Hurray! Finally I am back in action. I can’t tell you how good it feels to be back.
Let me start by saying – HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!
Last 3 weeks have been a nightmare for me. As you all must have noticed, my blog crashed and we pulled it down into maintenance mode. There were numerous interconnected issues and all attempts to fix were vain.
After lot of deliberation, I decided to take control of the website design too and started from scratch. So, welcome to my new and upgraded website J
As a result, every post had to be re-posted and many URL’s have changed. All the previous recipes you are still here but with new URL’s. My biggest disappointment is that all the beautiful and encouraging comments you all posted are gone.
It has been few rough weeks for me, I have cried many times but my passion for this site and your support and encouragement have kept me going on. Before I go ahead with today’s recipe I want to thank my DH who has been a pillar of support and encouragement for me and my dearest friend and fellow blogger Kankana; who kept on encouraging me and pushing me through this!
Thank you both and God bless!!
Last but not the least a big THANK YOU to all of you have supported me, sent me emails and encouraged me… Thank you! This wouldn’t have been possible without you.
Getting back to todays recipe, today I am sharing with you a very easy and very beloved recipe of mine – “Pea Pilaf”. One thing I can tell you right now that this is the easiest recipe for Pea Pilaf you will ever find.
My mom used to make this almost every weekend; there is nothing fancy about this but God this taste divine.
Make it as a main dish or as a side; it will always be a hit. A complete comfort in its own way this is the dish that will make you relax no matter how much things around you are upside down.