The Robbery

He eyed the kitchen door, cautious not to make any sound and not to wake up the sleeping family. He had to be silent and this job required his full attention. Any mistake on his part would be too costly and they would wake up. He would then have to be sad over a spoiled attempt at robbery. His eyes had been lusting after what he saw ever since morning and he was eagerly waiting for an opportune moment when the kitchen would be empty and he would be able to lay his hands on those unniyappams his mom made.

 

UnniyappamsΒ are a popular snack in Kerala. They are usually made using rice flour, jaggery and bananas and are very very VERY yummy.

Leo and I have been sharing some of our favourite memories this past week as part of the UBC. Today we are talking about food. Hop over and see what he has to say, but before heading there, leave me your thoughts :) See you tomorrow!
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  1. Yumm…. I always thought making unniyappams were a tedious task. But I did, for the A to Z challenge πŸ™‚ And my Mom was thoroughly shocked and surprised!! Her lil girl had grown up πŸ˜›
    Mouth watering post, Bhavya.. <3

  2. Ha ha!! y’know my brother and I used to steal cookies made by mom because she used to place them really high over the almirah…and this post kinda reminded me of that πŸ™‚

    Thanks!

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