I posted the picture of the perfect puri in my last post. But what I didn’t mention was how I made four bad puris to get one perfect. This is how social media works. People show the best fancy part of their lives and hide the worst. So, stop comparing your life with others. There’s more than what meets the eye. You don’t know their struggles.
It’s been four years since I shifted to Bangalore. I visit home (Delhi) atleast 7-8 times in a year and Navaratri comes twice in a year. But there have not been even once that I was home on this day. I wish I could explain in words how much I love halwa, puri and channe. My grandmother calls me every time she makes them. This year I decided to cook this on my own. It’s not the same but I’m so happy I tried.
A Sumptuous Indian Breakfast for any occasion -- Halwa, Poori, and Ghughanee (made with Black Chana or Chickpeas)