A few days ago, I had written about a few puppies whom I hoped to see again in better circumstances. See link below.
Well, yesterday, on 19 January 2020, I finally got the chance to see them again. Their puzzled Dad, a stray dog, watched as I clicked their pics. See them below.
This only proves that like humans, some dogs are luckier and get all those things in life that one can only dream about.
It’s winter time in Delhi now and white radish is easily available. It is fresh, soft, juicy, and not very bitter. Try out this easy and simple recipe of white radish bhurji. It will take you just 5 minutes and this includes peeling and grating of radish as well.
Ingredients : 3 white radish (grated), 2 tablespoons of green peas, 2 tablespoons of oil, one whole red chilly, a teaspoonful of whole mustard seeds, some green coriander for garnishing. A pinch of turmeric, hing, red chilli powder, and salt as per taste.
Method: Take a karahi and add oil. When it becomes hot, add mustard seeds. Allow them to splutter. Then add turmeric, hing and grated radish. Stir for a minute or two. Then add chilli powder and salt. Stir again for a few seconds.Your bhurji should be ready now and you can test this by pressing some grated radish between your fingers. If it is still not soft enough, let it cook some more till it is done. Garnish with green coriander. See below. Enjoy. Have it with chapati or parantha.
1. In the karahi
Garnish with green coriander
Dahlia flowers…painting the town red in spite of such a chilly weather here in Delhi…December 2019…
Winter is on in Delhi these days at full blast. Mustard leaves (Sarson) are easily available in the market now. I plucked these flowers from the bunch I bought yesterday for making Sarson-ka-sag, a North Indian delicacy that tastes best when had with Makki roti. The buds too are beginning to flower. What joy!