Blogging has introduced me to many new friendships.
Reminds me of how we used to reach out to make pen pals back in my childhood. All through middle school, we were required to send out letters to unknown kids around the world and make new friends. My most enduring friendship was with a Japanese girl called Asuki, with whom I exchanged mail for close to 4 years and with a Nigerian girl who kept in touch for almost two years. The hardest part of making pen-palship, for me, was reaching out to people. The inherent hesitation of "what if…..” Always, at the end, I came away feeling that people are actually nicer and easier to get to know than I actually think.
When I invited guest bloggers for Dee Day on MLS; I didn’t get the outright response I was hoping for. I mulled on the idea of reaching out to fellow-bloggers that I admire; but hesitated. Until one day, that I stumbled upon Priya’s space at Food and More. I wrote to her before I could lose my nerve….and was pleasantly surprised to get an instantaneous answer! In her own words; Priya is "a happy housewife and freelance writer who started a blog in 2014." She thinks cooking is an art. She belongs to typical gujrati family. Her inspiration to cook is her mom…who, Priya says, " is the best cook...….”
As for me, I think that her blog, that she started in 2014, is a wonderful amalgamation of old and new. And I am happy to have made a friend!
Hi every one,
I am Priya Joshi founder http://foodandmoreblog.blogspot.in .I started this journey by writing guestpost in many websites which inspired me to start my own blog.I would like to thank DEEPIKA who gave a space in her blog for guest-post. I feel very happy- awesome to write this guest post in your blog Deepika, thank you very much for this opportunity.
Now, coming back to my recipe- wraps are very famous among youngsters now a days so I thought I should try something in wraps which has totally Indian taste and the result I am going to share with you guys here, Name of the recipe is Mysore Masala Wrap.
Mysore Masala Wrap
Ingredients for dough
All purpose flour -1/2 cup
Wheat flour -1 cup
Salt - to taste
Oil - 1 tbsp
Coriander, finally chopped - 2 tbsp
Ginger-Chilli-Garlic paste -1/2 tbsp
Water -as per our need
Ingredients for stuffing:
Oil - 1tbsp
Mustard seeds,Cumin seeds -1tbsp
Asafoetida - a pinch
Urad daal -1tsp
Curry leaves -5-7 nos
Onion, finely chopped - 1 medium size
Tomato, finely chopped - 1 small size
Potato, boiled and mashed - 1 big size or 2 medium
Sambhar masala - a pinch
Coriander, chopped - 1tsp
Lemon juice - to taste
Ginger-Chili-Garlic paste - 1 tbsp.
Salt - to taste.
Ingredients for slurry:
All purpose flour - 1 tbsp, approx
Water- 1tsp,as per need
Method for slurry:
- Add flour and water in bowl and mix it well. (I add image so that you can get clear idea for slurry consistency).
- Mix all purpose flour, wheat flour, oil, salt, ginger-chili-garlic paste, coriander.
- Add some water and prepared soft dough.
- let the dough rest for 15-20 mins.
- Heat oil in pan.
- Add mustard seed and cumin seeds, urad daal.
- When seeds crackle, add curry leaves and asafoetida, onion, ginger-chili-garlic paste and sauté it for 3 mins.
- Now, add tomato, mashed potatoes, salt, sambhar masala and mix it well. Cook this mixture for 5-7mins.
- sprinkle some coriander
- Prepare medium thick roti. Dry roast this roti tava for 1 min. (Your roti will look like below image)
- Now, apply slurry on the sides of roti.
- In the middle area of roti, Add stuffing.
- Prepare wrap.
- Roast with butter.
- Serve hot with coriander chutney or tomato ketchup.