I always lived with my parents until I left to go to college in the U.S. at age 25.
One of the things we would do together as a family was going to the library every Sunday morning.
Everyone in my family was an avid reader.
When I moved to Minnesota, initially I didn’t have time for leisure reading.
I was a full-time student for a long time.
But when I finally had time to read something other than textbooks, I began going to the library.
My visit to the library has been rather sporadic the last few years, but a few weeks ago I decided to make more time for reading.
Well, when I do find a good book, I really enjoy reading.
Well, where am I going with this story, you ask?
Last time I was at the local library, I borrowed two fiction books and one cookbook.
The cookbook was called “Entice with spice: easy Indian recipes for busy people.”
And this was the one recipe I got interested in.
The ingredients are a few and basic things I always have in my kitchen.
The process was pretty straight-forward, too.
For my lunch plate to serve with my flaky bread, I roasted brussels sprouts.
Look at this!
I found it Trader Joe’s.
I served homemade vegan cheese to dip the bread.
The flakey bread was definitely flaky.
We liked the texture and also the flavor from wheat flour.
By the way, this bread was called “Sada Paratha” in Indian.