I was a bit confused, about how to start… whether to start with “beginning of another year” or “end of one more year”. Well, it’s always nice to hear that something new is beginning, so I’ll go with that.
Beginning of another year is here! I always feel excited when something new is taking place, a bit nervous too, but more excited to see how new thing works out. I’m not a resolution kinda person, so no New Year resolutions for me. How about you guys? Do you make any resolution, have you been successful in keeping it? In the past, I used to make some resolutions, nothing worked out for more than 1-2 weeks, so these days, no pressures and guilty feeling in that department.
Though I’ve started with “beginning of another year”, it’s difficult to move ahead into something new, without looking back or at least taking a peek into the past, right? I do hope this passing year was a good one for you. Hope you created some beautiful memories, which can be played on loop on your mind for the coming years.
This time I’m re-posting one of the oldest recipes from the initial days of blogging. It’s ok to get a bit philosophical at times like this right ;)? So the reason I’m posting this recipe is to remind myself about the good things in the past (this was one of my fav dessert recipe, which I’ve forgotten), to look back and see how far I’ve come (the old post doesn’t have any pic or write up), to see whether I can better myself (I made some changes in the ingredients list and a more detailed set of instructions).
In short, take a moment to relish the past, enjoy the present and look forward to the future!
To say more about the recipe, as I’ve already said this is one of the oldest dessert recipes around. It’s known in different names like sago pineapple pudding, sago pineapple payasam, pineapple payasam, chowari (sago) pudding etc; If you like milk based dessert, this is a must try. It tastes great once it’s chilled, the condensed milk makes it creamy, sago gives a beautiful texture and addition of pineapple is the topping of the cake.
So, let’s end this year and welcome the new one with a sweet note.
We wish you and your loved ones a beautiful New Year!! Stay Blessed!!