Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Vadai and Moroccan on Tuesday!

Feast your eyes on Vadai  , a traditional South Indian snack


Made from Dhal beans..and totally vegetarian vadai is one of my favourite snacks!

And I wouldn't want to miss this for anything...

Sitting on a comfortable sofa at the Sentosa Resort and
sipping a hot cup of Moroccan Mint tea

with Vadai overlooking a lush garden with my book 
ahh...this is luxury.....

so, hop over to Kimmie's for more tea stories 


Happy tea Tuesday!!
Steph

18 comments:

dosfishes said...

Your snack is so interesting. I learn so much about new foods from you Steph. That resort is quite something, I hit the link, a little massage in the spa would be good too! xox Corrine

~*~Patty S said...

what a lovely scenic spot Steph!

I enjoy Indian food very much and will keep my eye out for some Vadai

Wishing you a very lovely T Tuesday
oxo

my cup of tea said...

What a beautiful vision!
Happy Tea day!
~Donna~

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

This looks absolutely delicious, since I am a vegetarian. And of course the mint tea at the Sentosa Resort sounds like a perfect getaway. Happy Tea Tuesday, dear friend. I hope you are enjoying this relaxing time away.

La Dolce Vita said...

what a beautiful setting for tea on tuesday! I think I will pull up a chair! happy tea day! dear Steph!

Jill said...

I have never tasted anything that looked that exotic! The resort sounds so relaxing, enjoy!

sharon said...

You take us to the most amazing places and share the most interesting food Steph! Glad to see you are relaxing!

girlunwinding said...

Ooo I am curious about this intriguing dish you share and Moroccan mint tea sound ooo sooo good!
Happy T on T!
~Dawn

Wendy said...

What a beautiful mini vacation I was taken on here today. I love "Indian" food and the Vadai looks delicious. And mint tea is one of my very favorites. I wish I was the Sentosa Resort, sigh...maybe one day. Thank you for the tea today.

voodoo vixen said...

Some people are just plain spoilt!! ;) This looks fantastic... I am up to my knees in snow and you are enjoying this! Hmmmm....

T's Daily Treasures said...

I recently tried some Indian sweet that was very crumbly -- it was almost like brown sugar. I can't remember the name of it but was very good and extra yummy with a cup of cinnamon spice tea. Yum! Love the postcards in your previous post. Sure wish I could paint. I bought some watercolor postcards so maybe I could give your watercolor collage a try. Thanks for inspiring! Best wishes, Tammy

Amy said...

oh holy jeez, can I come over and have your tea with you?!
Xx,
A

Nancy said...

Lovely T place :)
I think your postcards are beautiful and so are you watercolours!

Kimmie said...

Your mint tea must be the perfect choice paired with what looks like a very hot chile! I would love to be able sit with a couple of books and your exotic snack in such a lovely place! I'm sure it is a well deserved break for you!! Enjoy!

Judy said...

I've never heard of Vadai, but you've peeked my interest.

Happy tea day.

oxo

Judy said...

I'd never heard of Vadai, but you've peeked my interest. I'd love to try it.

Happy tea day.

oxo

*jean* said...

looks divine! i'm late for tea tuesday but it looks like you had a lovely cuppa!!

Lay Hoon said...

Vadai is nmy favorite indian food too :)