We use chaas masala a mixture of ground spices, made by my mom-in-law on a daily basis. At lunch, Devansh and I have curd with chaas masala added to it. And then for dinner, we have chaas (buttermilk) with this masala added. I sometimes apply it to apples and give it to Devansh, if he’s being fussy about eating apples. This masala tastes yummy when added to dahi vada as well. I doubt if I would be using this masala so frequently in Devansh’s food if it was readymade. I am glad I can use it bindaas because my MIL makes it for us.
When I cook, I rarely measure the ingredients. But there are some recipes where the proportion of ingredients can make or break the dish. At such times, I need to look up the recipe; I can not recollect the quantity or proportion of ingredients from memory. But when I asked my MIL for her chaas masala recipe, she just rattled off the ingredients on the spot. Same thing had happened with mom when I asked her for the recipe of goda masala. These moms have been making such masalas for many years now, they just know the recipes by heart. Maybe, just maybe one day I will reach that level of expertise. But for now I am very happy that I have such wonderful moms who make these masalas and give me. Hope you’ll like this recipe.
This post was last modified on April 12, 2019 7:23 am
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