Me too. I like your jar system!
ahh, a fellow organizer. Glass and mirrors, very nice indeed.
ExactingLife, do you think chronic list keepers also tend to be organised people?
Pao, the jars are part of my repurposing goal (olive jars). Not to mention I seem to use large quantities of spices so those little spice jars just wouldn't work for me.
Is this your kitchen? So organized! It's a great idea to use jars for spices :)
I'm not surprised, it looks wonderful! x
Yuko, yep, it's the kitchen, cluttered but organised.Vix, I don't know about wonderful, but it works.I was just thinking, as I reached for a couple of these spice jars today, just how many spices I go through. Thank goodness for the local Indian shop; spices in bulk! Onion bhajis today. :)
Oh, you know how to make onion bhajis!? I'd be as big as a house if I knew that! When we go to the local Indian restaurant I am very boring and always have these to start, followed by Tandoori chicken (the least fattening) and then I sample some of whatever Bill gets. I love it all, but there is always more than I can eat...probably because I start with onion bhajis!
Shelley, I love tandoori chicken. I usually roast chicken wings marinated in tandoori spice. Onion bhajis are SO easy to make. Just besan (gram/chickpea flour), water, onions, salt, spices to taste (I like cumin). Stir together and let sit a while and then deep fry. If you make the batter thin you can pan fry them, but at that point they are less bhaji and more pancake.
Post a Comment