Tuesday, June 2, 2009

So, it's a new day and the electricity has already started flickering thought government has announced a continuous electric supply for three days (this was second by the way).

Yesternight we had samosas. They were so tasty AlhamduLILLAH. And the most remarkable thing that happened was that I was involved in cooking too. I actually made the samosas and did the fillings. As far as I remember, I never cooked anything in our (about) 1.5 years of marriage.

If you plan to try them do, make some more and send to your neighbours too! I hope they're gonna love'em ;)

8 comments:

~PakKaramu~ said...

Pak Karamu reading your blog

CooL MuslimaH said...

Assalamualaikum

Nice way of following the sunnah..(helping in household chores)...way to go..

BTW ..i like the title of your blog mashAllah.

~Cool Muslimah~

Aurangzeb said...

Wa'alaikum-uS-SALAM,

Helping in household chores is not in my blood :p (doing housework for myself is another thing that's what I did a lot in hostel but not now when my wife's there for that)

Thanks for the complement! JazakALLAH

CooL MuslimaH said...

koi baat nahi ..yeh sab indian pakistani mardo ka haal hai..hahaha

Umm Omar said...

My husband and I love samosas but we have no idea how to make them.

Aurangzeb said...

hmm! In the first line of the second paragraph, 'samosas' is underlined. Actually it's a link to a video tutorial of making samosas. Hope it be helpful.

I don't display pictures/videos on my blogposts so I place links instead where I feel necessary.

Asmi's Journal said...

Right! I was wondering why you had links with double underlining - now I get it. :)

I like samosas too - and cutlets. :D

Aurangzeb said...

Yes Asmi there are 2 types of links in my blog
1. with double underline
They are mostly definitions from the dictionary.
2. with single dotted underline
They take you to some informative webpage like if samosa is dotted underlined, it takes you to samosa recipe page etc.

I love cutlets too! I mostly like to eat them with rice and dhanya chutney mixed in yogurt

Don't get lost in so complex recipes, just green coriander + garlic + salt + green chillies + yogurt makes the best chutney ;)

Recipe people make it complex so that people just taste them on the screen and don't try them :D