Time for another Challenge in the MFB Challenges and this time the theme was to prepare a bookmarked recipe from a Muslimah Blogger and re-create it.I never thought I could make this because I was till in the hangover after coming back from India.Kids had already missed their two week classes,we being late to return after vacation.
Preparing a recipe from the bookmarked ones was a real tough job for me,as I have a load of bookmarked recipes hehe..Suddenly my eyes struck on this recipe,It was from Faseela's blog.She has a variety of dishes on her blog but I had bookmarked this one, seeing all the easily available ingredients and easy one to prepare.
I have followed the same recipe but decreased the amount of sugar used.The kids enjoyed it well.
Bread slices 10
Semolina/Rava 1 cup
Sugar 3 tbsp
Salt a pinch
Baking powder 1/2 tsp
Milk 2-3 tsp (or as needed)
Oil to deep fry
Method of preparation
-In a blender add bread .Blend it well into crumbs.Transfer it into a bowl.
-Now blend the Semolina,sugar,salt,baking powder and the cardamom,till powdered.
-Mix this with the bread crumbs.
-Now add the beaten egg and milk to the mixture.
-Knead to form a dough.
-Take small balls from it and roll it as a log and join the two ends to form a ring.Repeat this with the whole dough.
-Heat oil in a pan and fry the rings on medium flame till it turns reddish brown in color.
That is one unique recipe.. never came across one like this before... looks yumReplyDelete
This looks to me like an easy version of areerappam... hehe... looks so well made...ReplyDelete
wow! very unique recipe! yumm!ReplyDelete
looks simple and delicious..am sure kids enjoyed it!!ReplyDelete
Ah perfect for kids tiffin. And its very easy to make .ReplyDelete
Ruxana, this looks so much like the adhirasam with a hole :-P Interesting! with so much bread, does it suck a lot of oil?ReplyDelete
No dear it does not absorb so much of oil and use medium sized breads.Delete
very interesting recipe, at first I thought they were doughnuts LOl. have a nice week endReplyDelete
Love this cooking invention. love the what you did with bread.ReplyDelete
I've never seen anything like this before! Sounds great!ReplyDelete
yummy and unique recipe to try....lovely shareReplyDelete