...A fabulous dinner cooked by Rushina. She packed me off with some leftovers which we had this morning.
We polished off an entire casserole of steaming hot polenta with tomatoes and bell peppers covered with Provolone Piccante cheese. Crispy toasts slathered with hung yogurt with dill and garlic sauce. Creamy, cool, garlicy perfectly salted, excellent dip on the crispy toast. Alternated with some sweet and sour, tangy mountain tomato jam on toast. A dash of Sriracha sauce on the side. A bowl of fruits, apples, cantaloupe, pineapple, bananas, watermelon, papaya, grapes. And now for hot cup of masala tea.
One reason I love Sunday breakfasts with my parents.
Me: Dad try some Polenta, Rushina made it
Dad: Ok, pass me the Kalanta
Me: Dad its called Polenta
Dad: A rose- by any other name would smell as sweet.
He can quoted Shakespeare at a blow of a whistle, but he can never remember a name.
This breakfast post was inspired by my blogger friend Revati's post. A perfect Sunday breakfast. The Polenta, dill yogurt, and toasts courtesy Rushina Munshaw Ghildiyal of A Perfect Bite and the Mountain tomato jam courtesy Nikhil Merchant of the Nonchalant Gourmand.
Also hear this beautiful song from Gossip Girl by Sia