These days, every evening, my sisters and I ask each other the usual question – ‘What’s for dinner tonight?’
It being Ramadan, the iftari, or the food we have to break open our fast with, becomes something which we all drool over while we swap recipes, tips and ideas for dinner.
This is something we made a few days ago, which I’ve never made before so was pleased to try. It’s a traditional dish called dahi baray and consists of chickpeas, chopped potatoes, yoghurt, seasoning and cooked lumps of gram flour which are mixed in for a crumbly, savoury taste.
It came out pretty nice, although we added a lot of seasoning on top which gave it a sharper flavour – definitely one to try again I think!