I wasn't ready with my dish for Qatar, which is the letter for today, until a couple of days ago. With exams going on for kids, it becomes so hard to even manage regular cooking. Since I had thought of making Kid friendly dishes, more on snacks and sweets will be easy on the schedule, I was in for deep trouble.
Though the dishes I finalized were simple, even getting that little time seems to be a huge task. While I was going through Qatar, I had thought I would make some of the rice dishes they seem to make. Again making the main course was risky if Hubby dear didn't like it. Then the choice was for desserts. Qatar desserts seem all so heavy, with creams and loads of butter going in.
In fact, the final dishes that I had were much like the Danish Apple Cake or a few other things. I finally settled for Algeemat from shenanchie site. In fact, this is much similar to Awamat, with different ingredients going in. Even then I simply wanted to make this. I woke up early on the day I decided to make it and wanted to pack for Konda's snack. Preparation hardly takes time, though if you rest it for over an hour the yeast would really work up and make your batter very fluffy.
Konda and Peddu loved digging into this juicy sweet. Even Hubby dear enjoyed a piece. Rest were all packed for Konda. If you are a sweet lover, this is surely for you. The milk powder, custard powder makes this batter quick sticky. We will have to use spoons to avoid the mess it would cause. The final dish is more like the Mysore Bondas, in fact, Amma thought it was something like that and was in for a surprise when the sugar syrup hit her senses.