Monday, May 26, 2008

I make idlis

Cal brought me an idli maker back from India. It's the best thing thing that's come into my life since I splashed out on fancy bike gloves that saved my hands from dropping off.


And here's an idli maker for Pip. The camera broke in Paris on the weekend (more on that later) so here's a very similar looking one from the internet:

6 comments:

932 said...

Glad to know you like idli's. It originated from southern India in a state called Tamil Nadu.

j a s o n said...

ooohhh interesting - can we please try these when i pop over??

pip said...

Can you post a photo of the idli maker too? I know what an idli looks like but I've never set eyes on an idli maker! Thanks : )

Cal said...

Oooh, so glad you like it. And they look fab. When am I invited round for breakfast?

Joe said...

Ok, I'm now out of packet mix so will try and figure out how to make the batter ASAP!

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