Thursday, October 17, 2013
So yes...I took our sundu..but I later measured it in the scale... so no fear my readers :-) keep in mind though..if you want to make it a round figure...go ahead...it won't make much of a difference.
1 tsp salt
480g - flour
178g - Cooked Rice - here I used red rice as that's what we eat cause it's more healthy ( low in cholesterol)
you may use any rice you want.
3 cups water inclusive of coconut water ( water which you get when you break a coconut)
western alternative would be
3 Cups of water with instant east
3 cups of water with a piece of bread soaked in it ( bread contains east)
1 coconut scraped
2 green chilly chopped to tiny pieces
1 big onion finely chopped
2 tsp chilly powder
1/2 tsp salt
I, personally, like a clean and uniform design. I don't like a refrigerator full of weird magnets, but sometimes you gotta hang something on there (e.g. shopping list, a note for a roommate etc.), so i thought " i wish i could use something like push pins instead of all those food delivery magnets" and then it came to me - why not use push pins?
In this instructable i will show you how to make magnetic push pins to use on a refrigerator, steel door or magnetic board.
I hope you enjoy this simple, short and fun one.1. push pins
2. neodymium magnets (a.k.a earth magnets) the same diameter as your push pins. (the same number as your push pins)
3. Epoxy glue
4. dremel with a diamond cutter or grinder bit
5. wire cutters
When you need a simple, yet sophisticated dessert, follow this recipe for a lush and satisfying Indian treat!Ingredients:
-2 cups whipping cream
-4 tablespoon powdered sugar
-1 tablespoon saffron
-1 tablespoon hot milk
- ½ tablespoon cardamom powder
-measuring cup / spoons
-metal mixing bowl
-mortar and pestle