Mini idli sambar – Learn tips and tricks to get a drinkable, mild flavorful sambar for mini idlies! I know I could not post any new recipes at all last week, I think most of you know my in-laws were here and I spent most of my free time together with the family and gave a break myself from blogging and enjoyed family time to the fullest 🙂. I won’t say I was very busy with works, as everyone shared the works. So I had free time, but we spent those time playing card games, board games along with Aj☺. Yesterday they left SG and we 3 are again left here with our routines. Aj went to school and Vj went to office and I am back to blogging. Though I felt sad, I am so much worried about Aj how he is going to take this. He was all tears when we came back to home and he could not forget the fun time he had all these days. I had tough time consoling him, actually, I don’t know how to😐. Somehow today he went school and hopefully that could deviate him and only when he comes back, it wont be the same. Will take some time for him sure.
And I know most of you will be busy with the pongal cleaning works and planning for pongal. Though I don’t have any special recipe for pongal this time, I thought to break my silence with this simple post. Please go through the recipe for learning tips and tricks for getting delicious sambar that can be perfect for mini idlis.
WISHING YOU ALL A HAPPY PONGAL & MAKAR SANKRANTI
Enjoy hot for evening snack or as dinner. We love it for a dinner when ever we want something special for dinner, when we have only idli batter.