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The mouth-warming tingle of spicy chili was made just for chocolate. First the mellow melt of chocolate and then the gentle warmth of chili a few seconds later. With real cocoa chips and chili flakes, this tea is sure to be a memorable experience with every sip! • #teaeli #ceylontea #chocolate #chilli #quintessentiallyceylon #blendofthemonth #qslpartner
#TastyTuesday with some healthy and wholesome ‘Sabudana Khickdi/Tapioca Pearl Pilaf! 🍛🍚 Sabudana is essentially the nodules of the tapioca root. It is generally eaten by people who observe fasts as it is completely plant based and is super delicious and filling. The key to making perfect non sticky Sabudana is to soak it correctly and use less oil while cooking! Ingredients: 440 grams / 2 cups Sabudana before soaking 450 ml/ 2 cups water 2 tbsp oil 1 tsp cumin seeds 3-4 curry leaves 1/2 tbsp grated ginger 2 green chillies finely chopped 2 medium sized potatoes peeled and cubed / 2 cups approx 1/2 cup roughly crushed roasted peanuts Salt to taste 1 tbsp Lemon juice or to taste Fistful of Chopped cilantro Few roasted peanuts for garnish Instructions: Place Sabudana in a colander .Wash Sabudana under cold tap water until clear water appears. This takes off most of the starch and prevents sticking. In a big wide bowl soak sabudana by adding just enough water to cover them . Just 1/4 inch more than sabudana level. Soak covered for 5-6 hours , preferably overnight. Sabudana will fluff up after soaking . Do the smash test with a fork. Drain off excess water if any before cooking. Add oil to a heavy bottom non stick pan . Once warm , add in the cumin seeds. Add in the cubed potatoes and cook on a low flame until tender , flipping it occasionally. Now add in the curry leaves , ginger , chopped chilies and cook for a minute more. Meantime, add in salt , crushed roasted peanuts and lemon juice to the sabudana bowl and mix well. Now add the coated sabudana to the pan , mix everything well and cook until the sabudana are a bit translucent and well coated. Keep stirring occasionally. Taste and adjust the seasoning if needed . Add in lots of chopped cilantro/coriander and more peanuts. Serve warm with chilled yogurt.