Not because it's a two day respite from the mundane but, since becoming vegetarian and taking more of an interest in traditional Kerala cooking, and actually cooking more, I seem to have awakened Amma's (translation: mum) dormant love for cooking. So now, weekends have turned into mini cooking projects.
By 'dormant' I mean my mum's a great cook but sometimes let's just say she doesn't have the patience to be cooking up meals that requires a lot of steps and time. Buuuuutttt when I coax (read: nag) Amma into it, anything is possible :P Also, cooking's more fun when you can enjoy the process with family <3
Food, bringing people together since the dawn of time.
This weekend's project was this crazy vegan protein powder recipe we found online. It literally asked for all the grains we could possibly think of to be soaked, dried, roasted and finally ground. It was a long arduous process, but hey, we get delicious breakfast for dayyyysss!
It's now officially called, 'The 12 grains of Breakfast' hehe :P Yep, we actually used 12 different types of grains. By the time we'd added them all together to be soaked, we realised we'd actually had waaaay more than we could possibly store before it reached its expiration date. That's when the idea struck us, why not make dosa?!?! We'd already got the soaked grains now all we had to do was add some soaked fenugreek seeds (for added flavour) and all we had to do was grind it with