Cooking is an art says they but every thing can be cultivated says I(stolen from krishna ma’am’s treasure :D). So I started off with my cooking classes with my first project being “Veg Biryani”.
Well some may not call it a good start as I skipped the boring part of cutting the vegetables which my mom did instead. I directly jumped to the part where I lit the stove and put a cooker on it. Then I put in some ghee followed by jeera, rai, elaichi etc etc. Now translate yourself these ingredients as I am in no way offering you a “dummy’s guide to cookery by a dummy” :P. Then some tomatoes, cauliflowers, onions, and soyabeen baris were the ones to jump into the cooker. I mixed them thoroughly, which I suppose helped my body to exercise some of its unused parts.(I dont think watchin movies and sleeping most of the time require all the portions of the body :D). So then I added some rice and water, again mixed them for sometime and was about to close the lid. Wait I missed something, oops I forgot to add salt. So I added some salt and finally closed the lid.
Now I had to wait for the acknowledgment of the cooker that everything inside it has been cooked. Meanwhile, my excitement brought me here to write this blog post. I hope when I open the cooker and eat whatever is inside it, it tastes somewhat better than that thing which I had to eat daily in the hostel mess.