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Brinjal Gothsu (Curry with Brinjal)

Oats-Cabbage Paratha (Indian Flatbread)

A quick breakfast is what we all need on a busy packed day. And we Indians love our paratha's don't we? Well in my house our aim for breakfast has always been that it should be quick and healthy.  Oats is packed with nutrients that benefits our overall health. Also Cabbage is one such veggie which none of us like much in our house. But when we make something different like a  Cabbage Pulao  or like this Oats Cabbage Paratha, everyone happily enjoys and relishes. It's ready within mins and is extremely tasty. Let's see how it's done. Reference pictures and video has been uploaded below the recipe. As always don't forget to check out the notes below.  PS: The images uploaded were taken for making just 5 paratha's. Hence the quantity shown in the image would be less. The below mentioned quantity is perfect for getting medium sized 10 Paratha's. You can double or halve the amount as per need  Do check out  Oats Palak Paratha  on the blog  Makes about 10 Para

Sweet Potato Balls - Khanom Kai Nok Krata (Thai Street snack)

These delicious, sweet, and chewy sweet potato balls are a staple street food snack in Thailand. I first had these in one of the night markets we visited where street vendors lined up selling different types of delicious Thai staples. This snack is locally known as Khanom Kai Nok Krata because they are small like quail eggs, ( Khanom = snack, kai nok krata = quail eggs ) and they are quite easy to make at home.  The outside is crisp and like a little donut, and the inside is soft and chewy.  This popular street food is also known as sweet potato balls amongst the foreigners. I would say, this tastes almost like a mini doughnut, they have that yummy chewiness and airiness we all love in doughnuts. But this doughnut would be the easy to make since there is no yeast, no kneading, no proofing. You can also find similar versions in Malaysia and Indonesia.  Sweet potato is the base of this dough, so not only does that make it flavourful, it's a snack you can munch on without guilt.  You