03 March, 2018

My Childhood Food memories #SuperBloggerChallenge2018



I am not a foodie and I manage to eat anything if it is a veg option cooked properly with enough salt and spice. But, My mother is a great cook. She loves cooking tasty dishes, she takes time to improve the food that she cooks and presents them properly. I am just the opposite. I don't have interest in both cooking and eating.

Still, I have some good childhood memories of food. Here are some:

Gold fingers :
They are some fries with salt and spice. We used to get these packs in our school cafeteria. We used to stand in a queue to buy them in the interval and share with our friends. I used to save pocket money for this. Of course, this is a junk food but I liked them as they are spicy and crunchy.

Gold finger snacks
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Evening snacks :
After coming from school, our daily routine was to fresh ourselves, eat homemade snacks made my mom and rush to dance classes. My mom used to make a variety of snacks like plantain bajji (stuffed fries), wholewheat dosas, Maggie, Rava laddoo, sweet laddoo, murukku etc., My favorite was whole wheat dosa and my mom used to make 2 versions - a simple one and sweet one.

Wheat Dosa
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Poori :
I used to hate almost all breakfast items like idli, vada, and dosa as I am allergic to them. But, Pooris are so tasty and my all time favorite breakfast. They take some time to make, so my mom used to prepare them on weekends when we get up late enjoy Pooris with potato curry or with a gravy made with chickpea flour.
Poori
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Rice items and Specific vegatables :
I almost like all rice varieties like veg pulao, tamarind rice, tomato rice etc., I like some vegetables more like ladyfingers, potatoes, tomatoes, and eggplants.
Ladyfingers/ Okra
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Really, those were fantastic days when we need not cook anything and just eat and enjoy a tasty meal. What were your childhood favorites and best food memories? Do share in comments.
Food memories

Until next time,









This article is written as part of SuperBloggingChallenge2018 conducted by Healthwealthbridge.com,Fashionablefoodz.com, and Allaboutthewoman.com and should not be repurposed, republished or used otherwise. SuperBloggerChallenge2018 is not responsible for any kind of infringement caused. 

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30 comments:

Namratha Varadharajan said...

Ha. I could feel the longing for being a child andcarefree again with food being made and served to us. Sad.. we got to grow up😊 and I do remember gold fingers too.. it is still available..

Sitharaam Jayakumar said...

Even today I relish poorie masala tremendously though the doc has told me to strictly lay off oily foods. But I am not beyond eating puri masala once in a while. #Superbloggerchallenge2018 #Instsacuppa

Roshan R said...

at times, I think my life is a series of food memories only :D
I remember these gold finger thingys... for us, stuff like murukkus and prawn stuffed dishes come to mind.

Slimexpectations said...

I love food, infcat my day is divided by lunch, breakfast and dinner lol.
Gold fingers used to be fun I recall. We woudl wear it on our fingers.
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snehal joshi said...

Gold finger snacks is till date my most favourite and my daughter's too. Murukkus, Bhel or Masala Verkadalai ( Masala Murmure) are somethings which have a kind of wholesomeness. Lovely read...#SuperBloggerChallenge2018

myrainbowquill said...

Oh my! Mouth-watering post 😊.. the crunchy gold fingers will remain my fav forever!

SHALINI BAISIWALA said...

Mmmmm the wheat dosas relaly sound yummy and helathy; wonder whats the recipe for that?
The crunchy gold fingers were my fav junkfod too a long time ago- Now I wont go near them ofcourse!! ;-)

Anupriya Gupta said...

I am an absolute foodie, yet all the items that you have mentioned above are my favorites too. I love pancakes! Ahhh I am not the only one who loves gold fingers.

mahathi ramya said...

Good to remember those food memories :-)

mahathi ramya said...

mm.. yummy fries :-)

Rajlakshmi said...

I remember finger fries... They were so crunchy amd so much fun to eat during snack time. Poori is my favorite too. We still make it sometime here. Reminds me of childhood days 😊

mahathi ramya said...

Ya. It was fun to wear on fingers and eat

mahathi ramya said...

Ya, available but not much as earlier days. I think it got replaced with chips and kurukure

mahathi ramya said...

Ya.. finger fries are difficult to stop eating.

Enanny Link said...

I love to eat and always thinking of my next meal even as a child lol....my favorite growing up was Rice n Beans 💕

mahathi ramya said...

Even I won't go near fries now. Wheat dosas healthy and yummy. There is no specific recipe. Wheat flour mixed with water and salt to dosa consistency.

mahathi ramya said...

Poori tastes best, that's why no other tiffin beats it.

mahathi ramya said...

Even my kids like murukku and fries

mahathi ramya said...

Rice is my favorite too..

mahathi ramya said...

Same pinch Anupriya, I too love pancakes

Shipra Trivedi said...

Those golden fingers were my favorites as well. I used to wear them in all fingers and used to tease my younger sister. What were those days of childhood!!

Neha Patwardhan said...

haha! That's the reason I look forward to summer vacations! That is when I go to mum's place and hog till I drop without worrying about cooking :P

Archana said...

Lovely! or should i say Delicious!!! Wheat dosa sounds really good... I love all things fried but I dont think I should indulge in such delicacies.. Yummy post :-)

upasna aka Comeback Minimalist said...

Finger fries were our fav too. Childhood food memories are dates filled with cashews, Hot Dog with tamarind chutney and Cooker cake. Thanks for linking up with Quoted Stories.

Shilpa Gupte said...

Hey, I remember the finger fries, too! How we used to love them as kids. We used to stuff our fingers in those fries and then chomp on them, giggling all the while.
Yes, childhood days were fun days, when all we did was play, eat and have fun. No cooking, or meal planning...what a relief that was!
Thank you for joining us at flacoursomeTuesdays, Mahathi!

mahathi ramya said...

Thanks Aditi

mahathi ramya said...

Ya.. good to rest at mum's place :-)

mahathi ramya said...

Thanks Archana

mahathi ramya said...

My Pleasure Upasna

mahathi ramya said...

True.. no cooking and no meal planning is bliss

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