Wheat Flour Pazham Pori recipe or Ethakka Appam is a Kerala Instant Tea time snack recipe made with banana, deep-fried in coconut oil.
Another year goes by. Some resolutions were met and some weren’t. This is the story of pretty much everybody including you and me.
But should you be disappointed with what you couldn’t achieve in the last year?
We had set some big goals for ourselves too. But then life comes in between and we tend to deviate and consequently, some of the goals that we had set for ourselves were missed.
And when that happened, there were 2 things that we could do. Either sit there and brood and worry about what we missed or, just move on and realign our goals.
There was a consequence associated with each of these actions.
The first one would have led us nowhere. We would have further gone down the rabbit hole and gotten lost again and lost a few more goals.
But the second one would have helped us stay on course and ensure that we further grow.
And when it is between losing and winning, you are sure to choose the winning one. We too did that.
A lot of times, how we react to setbacks is what shows how strong we are. And this is also what decides how our future is going to look like.
So when you have larger goals in mind, a destination that you are focused on reaching, then small deviations in your path doesn’t really impact you.
You just consider it as just another deviation, an unforeseen one. Then realign your map and continue with your journey.
So what is it that drives you on the journey?
It is that larger goal that you had set for yourselves. That destination that you have your eyes set on.
And that is why setting clear goals and objectives and writing them down is very important.
I remember Dilip telling me once, “Dreams and goals that are written down on a paper with a date on when you want to achieve it, has a 95% more chance of getting fulfilled than the ones that stay there in your mind”.
Probably, this advice is what made the difference to my goals as well.
Some of the achievements in this year was –
- We registered our Company on the 3rd of Jan 2019. Something we had been thinking of for quite some time.
- I filed my first return as a Director/Partner of my company, which is a huge achievement for me.
- We tripled our subscriber count in comparison to our previous year
Some of the things that we missed this year –
- We had set a target of hitting 150 episodes for our podcast in this year but we couldn’t because of missing out on some weeks
- We missed our revenue goals by a huge margin
- We missed on our social media targets as well
The year is now gone and I have a new year full of prospects staring at me, waiting for me to welcome him.
And I am gearing up to welcome 2020 with new goals. I know that I might miss some and meet some.
But I know that it is part of the journey and so I will not let it come in between me and my destination.
What’s your thought?
Do let us know by commenting below.
Oh, BTW… It’s Christmas and we The Tastes of India Team wish you a Merry Christmas. I hope you all have a great day ahead!!!
Wheat Flour Pazham Pori Recipe – How to Make Ethakka Appam With Wheat Flour
Pazham Pori Recipe is a tasty and crispy Indian snack recipe. This is one of my all-time favorite recipes. This recipe is very popular and traditional snacks of Kerala, available in almost every teashops across the state.
Pazham Pori is a great recipe to be served as a time snack. This sweet snack can be prepared in just 15 minutes and can be easily packed for the kid’s snack box.
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Wheat Flour Pazham Pori recipe
- 3 nos Ripe plantain
- 1 cup Whole Wheat Atta
- 1 tbsp Rice Flour
- 1 tbsp Jaggery Powder
- Turmeric Powder a pinch
- 3/4 cup Water or as needed
- Salt to taste
- Coconut Oil/ Vegetable Oil to deep fry
Peel the banana and slit it lengthwise.
In a bowl, add atta, rice flour, jaggery, salt, and turmeric powder.
Mix everything by adding water in it.
Dip the plantain slices in the batter and evenly coat them.
Heat oil in a pan.
When the oil is hot, deep fry the batter coated plantain slices by turning both sides till golden brown.
Once done remove it on the paper towel.
Serve hot along with a cup of tea, coffee or milk.
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