Ask me what I'd like to have morning, noon and night, I'll say sweets. With 32 sweet teeth, its no surprise that I love tittippu - Paal payasam, Suratkaari, Rasamalai, Roshogulla, Jalebi, Hot adhirsam, fresh laddu, tirattuppaal top the list.
But, with one sweet toothless purushan and hours of puffing and panting at the gym, oflate my sweet intake has come down. What a sogam! On festival days, Mr. Pillayar, Mr. Krishnar, Mrs. Amman and Co. end up having expensive fruits and Mother dairy milk for neivedhyam. Paavam!
Last week, I came across a yummy super duper tirattuppaal recipe on the Thatha paati blog and decided to try it out for Deepavali. Surprise surprise.. it came out really well! No fuss, easy to make and tastes good. So, no diet food for Krishnar and Mrs. Sathyabhama Krishnar this year for Deepavali. Enjaai Kisna!
My kitchen visits and cooking are very very rare and hence every visit of mine is recorded on video, edited and uploaded like a treasure... like this one :) Here's one more addition to the list of videos - a ten minute tirattupaal film
A word about the soundtrack on the video. Not a single Deepavali Oliyum Oliyum is complete without this song. A feel good track from 'Kalyana Parisu' directed by director (Late) Sridhar
Happy Deepavali !