Reluctantly I got out of bed, washed up and opened my physics books, “ Thermodynamics” yaaawn... ! Maybe it will not be so cold (read sleepy), if I have the comforter on my feet, hoody on my head. Nice !!! Feels so good, dramatically Ditu unveils my hoody..., " you better finish that page and move on" sheepishly, I read on, with an obvious lack of interest..! She helps me with some study tips and my mom hands me a glass of hot milk, I gulp down the milk and get back to where I had left. My mind wanders, I get a nudge...she's watching me like a hawk...grr! How I wish I was the older one. She walks out of our room and I rummage through her stuff, I don’t even know what am looking for, the paper reads "Industrial psychology and organizational behavior", how boring, I put her papers down and get back to mine. She walks in and looks straight at me, “stop touching my stuff” , she must have an invisible set of eyes.
Am glad for sisters, glad some are super creative ;). And glad mine can design ;) Check out my logo (on my photographs), what do you guys think? Thanks guys, for your help, and taking the time to pick one for me. Really appreciate it.
4 small beet
1 can of coconut milk
1 small onion
1/2 tsp cinnamon powder
1 tsp red chili powder (go less or more according to taste)
1 tsp curry leaf powder or a few fresh curry leaves
1/2 tsp mustard
1 tsp homemade ghee
1 tsp vinegar
1/2 inch ginger (grated) OR 1 pod of garlic
salt to taste
Shop the beet into small chunks. Marinate them in cinnamon, chili and curry leaf powder for 30 min. Finely chop onions.
In a pan heat ghee and add mustard as soon at it splatters, add onions and roast till golden born, add ginger, beet and salt, let it cook, ( don’t overcook the beet) add coconut milk and bring to simmer. Add the vinegar before serving. Serve with plain white rice.
When I made the rice, I added a few cloves, to give it a nice fragrant taste, you can try that. This recipe was shared with me by my sister, thanks to her friend who shared it with her. I believe it is an Indonesian curry.