While I am quite terrible at math, the one thing I quite enjoyed in calculus was finding derivatives. This business of examining stuff over infinitesimally small intervals is intriguing. Fabulous, no! Life is perfect and makes complete sense in infinitesimally small intervals. Bliss, gentle reader, exists in small bites.
Such is the tale of dimunitive delights featured above. The spicy, piquant goodness that we know as muthias.
Heres what I did:
I followed Coffee's recipe from The Spice Cafe. I used spinach and beet greens. I made the dough with a combination of besan, whole wheat and barley flour. I've also used Trupti's recipe with great success, especially the addition of yoghurt / pickle oil. They both have the spice combination down just right.
Quick savory snack. I've steamed a bunch and frozen them. Aisles of chips hold no charms for me any more! Its hard to get bored with these little fellows because you can keep varying the vegetables, spices and flours.
In additon to Trupti and Coffee's recipes, here are a couple of my favorites:
1. Methi Muthia
2. A microwave version
Find more bite-sized delights at Monthly Mingle, hosted by Mansi and Meeta. See you at the round-up!