When I was sweeping the yard in the morning, five or six passion fruits had fallen under the mango tree. Look, a bunch of passion fruits had gone all over the mango tree and the fruit had turned yellow in places. I went there with Saki in the morning thinking that the vines in my father’s land also had nuts.
As expected, the vines are full of yellow and red nuts. I love the taste as well as the hot aroma inherent in the passion fruits. I flocked full of bucket passion fruits. Saki looked at me lovingly like my bodyguard until I washed the fruits from the cannel at the edge of the land as the baskets were full of passion fruits.
When I got home I split the passion fruit into two and mixed with bee honey, gave it to my mom, dad and brother and ate it. Um, it’s very tasty when it’s sour and sweet. I took more than half of the fruit from the basket and made a passion fruit jam, mixed passion fruit juice with chopped mango, pineapple and papaya at home and made a fruit concentrate.
In the evening, I wanted to have tea with my family and make a small meal with passion fruit. Another friend came to taste it. As usual, the babyMaina was in my arms. But Saki didn’t want me to pet her.
The next day I had a desire to make shawarma. Even though it is not a typical dish of our country, I added some passion fruits leaves to the shawarma salad and added some passion fruits juice. The shawarma with that sour taste is awesome. No matter how tasty the shawarma is, it can never be compared to the coconut sambol that my mother grinded on the stone, the oiled lentils and the fried roast bread. Boiled with peas, cowpeas, green peas and eaten with coconut, kochchi and red onion is a favorite of all four of us at home.
The passion fruits jam I made also tasted like roasted bread. passion fruits are even tastier when crushed. When mixed with the slightly sweeter blended fruit tea, the dish really tasted different and sweeter.
That night I added more butter and kneaded the dough to make something for the next day. I got up in the morning, watered the vegetable beds, thinned the dough, and made a passion fruit sauce with ravens. Exactly half of the thinly sliced bread I poured a layer of cheese and mixed with olive oil with garlic pepper salt and ginger powder to give it a different flavor. The bread was folded in half, cut into strips, and deep fried in oil. Saki lay under my bed and slept soundly in the cold. As I was going down, Tikki Tikirith came with me. Tikiri is like Maya. He comes a long time later. 🌻 Dad and Uncle Sumith cut Albizzia branches. Where the mother also picks firewood. My brother and I finished rolling the sauce with them. Ever since I was a child I have loved to cook small meals with the wind blowing in the middle of the tea garden.
Get closer to nature. Live this short life as a noble human being and go in peace..🌼🌼
Blessings of the Triple Gem .. !!
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“Sour or sweets?No matter.I made it in wonderful ways.Lots of Passion fruits!!|Poorna The nature girl”
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