The Tastes of India Podcast in Hindi : Healthy Living Tips and Cookery Show
About This Show
A Weekly Bilingual Cookery Show on Quick and Tasty Indian Recipes and simple Cooking and Healthy Living Tips for Your Entire Family, this Podcast is aimed at Learning and Cooking on the go. Working women and people with little to no time can find Quick and easy to cook Recipes without having to login to your Computer. For detailed recipes visit http://thetastesofindia.com.
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TOI EP:15 - How to Make Crispy, Crunchy and Flaky Nimki Recipe at home
3 days ago
Nimki is a crispy, crunchy and flaky tea time snack which can be served with tea or, coffee and makes for a nice evening snack.
“Our paths may change as life goes along, but the bond between us remains ever strong”
As the time passes by, life changes and a lot many new things come into our lives. We meet new people, get involved with new things, our responsibilities increase and as a consequence, we finally end up with no time for things that we left behind.
We don’t even get time for people with whom we were connected before. But then the life goes on.
But I firmly believe that if you are soft-hearted, caring and a kind of person who gets attached to people emotionally then no matter where you are, you will keep caring for every one of those whom you love. You will think of them and a lot of times you will end up crying (I do it a lot and people around me start to wonder as to what just happened) because you miss your loved ones very much.
I am one such, very emotional person.
My brother was in Town last week. I was so excited and happy to see him after such a long time. I had plans to do a lot of things; going out for a trip, make him his favorite dishes and a lot of many others.
After all, he is my little brother. I might sound a little partial at this point. But I should mention here that I have two brothers and one sister and all the three of them are younger to me. All of us live in different cities but that bond still keeps us together.
The reason I am telling you about all this is because today’s recipe is my brother’s favorite recipe. And frankly speaking, I had never tried my hand at making this.
It was my Mom who will always make it for us, whenever we visit her.
This time when my brother was about to leave I thought of packing some homemade snacks for him. He stays in a hostel and I thought he could at least enjoy this homemade snack for some time.
And I thought of making Nimki and some fried cookies.
I was feeling little lazy and slightly unwell but then you can say it was that invisible bond of “love” which pushed me to make this recipe myself. That connection was so nicely narrated in “Interstellar”. And I experienced it.
I, immediately called my Mom and asked for the rec