Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Pomegranate and yoghurt

I am back in my own kitchen, back to my own busy days, and with me from India I've brough alot of ideas which I hope can come alive in my own kitchen.
So far I haven't done very much cooking. The days and nights have been too busy. I don't want life to be too busy for cooming, but I can't always make my days exactly the ways I want them. A job and a family need time, time I give willingly. Meanwhile my kitchen is there, patiently waiting, and I know that days will come when more time can be spent making new and traditional dishes.
Today Marta came downtown after school and we had pizza together. Then we had some shopping to do for her upcoming dance performance before it was time to go back to school and a parent-teacher appointment. Home from that it was time for homework for her, writing for me, and suddenly it is almost bedtime. The pizza made me thirsty, so for a late night snack I've made a bowl of yogurt and pomegranate seeds - directly inspiration from South India :-)
Pomegranate youghurt
fill a small bowl with plain yoghurt
add pomegranateseeds
can it be any easier than this?


createacraft said...

it couldn't be simpler.. but.. it could look less sophisticated.. if not prepared by you =)
what a nice service..

jfisher said...

That looks so delicious. Pomegranates are very special to me. I have always had at least one during our Christmas season.
I have a question about your yoghurt: Is that sweet or is it just plain unsweetened?

Britt-Arnhild said...

Joan - the yoghurt I use for this is the plain, unsweetened one.

ParisBreakfasts said...

what a wonderful idea and why haven't I thought of it since I eat both ingredients almost everyday!