Sweet sev was the first one I made and planned to post for Diwali 2015. After sweet sev only I made sweet mixture and got tempted to post sweet mixture first. Then due to some reasons I did not post it and thought will post it last in my Diwali recipe posts. When I made it I really enjoyed making it as it is my all time favourite and was waiting to try and post. But when I keep a post in draft, the excitement is gone. I mostly make posts the same day I make and I am so used to it. So when I plan and make something in advance for my blog, this is what happens 😋.
Atleast now, I could make use of this post as I am spending more time with Aj and my in laws. Not that I can’t posts, I can squeeze time and make posts, but I don’t want to get mechanical about blogging.
I have tasted this snack in my childhood only very few times but I just love it. The flavours were really great and I could still remember it. Though I wanted to make it in a traditional way by rubbing in a seevakattai, I sadly don’t own one and using ladle is really hard for me.
The flavour comes out best the next day onwards 😊. Great tea time snack!