Love these rice flour pancakes. Although the original way of making these rotis is rather hard (you are supposed to make hard dough and spread in on a hot pan with your hand or a circular bowl), making runny dough pancakes takes just a minute or so.
Simply add water to the rice flour and mix it well. Use a ladle to drop 4-6 tablespoons of the mixture on a hot pan.
Let it cook on one side, flip, and cook it on the other side too. Ta da!
To make Garlic pancakes, simply add some green garlic, salt and red chilli flakes to the rice flour mixture and cook it the same way as above.
Even yummier. Serve it with fried potatoes and some mint yoghurt. Or you can also splash some butter on to hot garlic rotis. Mmmm.
Since I missed a beautiful session on Sindh’s ethno-musicology this evening, decided to not end this beautiful week with sad feelings. Hence, here goes the post from the ever-so-amazing people of The Alternative, India who featured me this week as TA writer of the week. Sounds good, right?
You can read the post on The Alternative; here is a image from the article which I took in October while travelling to northern Sindh.
From decked up malls to Chennai Express running to packed houses, the Eid weekend in Karachi was fast and flashy with a saccharine ‘meethai’ sweet in flavour.
It was my first Eid in Pakistan’s largest town – Karachi. Being more of a small town girl, I was keenly looking forward to the festivities that Karachi would offer on Eid.
From where I saw it, city people seem to be very much inclined to spending money and shopping, and less in meeting people and celebrating Eid traditions. Commercialism and capitalism galore!
Let’s start with the chaand raat – the evening when the moon is sighted after a read more…