On Saturday, we had a picnic at the Institute. The menu included dal, Indian sweets and these round traditional Indian breads called bati. The way this bread was made caught my attention and photos of picnic preparation can be seen below. By now, I have learned that cow dung is useful in many ways that I would never have imagined before. Take a look at the photos and learn:
Step 1: The bread was deep fried to make it ready for the grill.
Step 2: A cow dung grill is made from lots of dry cowpies.
- …and the cow dung burns.
- Step 3: Placing the bread on this special grill.
It had to stay there for a while, to acquire the right taste.
Step 4: Take the bread off the grill and wipe the ash off.
The end result. Certainly doesn't look delicious, but it tasted delicious just like the majority of Indian food.
Enjoying this bread and the other food at the picnic.
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