Guest Post on LaFujimama and a Babble nomination

Indian Simmer was recently nominated by you on for the Top 100 Food Mom Blogs 2011. You have NO idea how humbled I am just by that. Thank You so much! They have this voting system where if you “like” Indian Simmer you can vote for me. You just have to go and give a “I like this” thumb’s up to Indian Simmer. Although while writing this I’m getting a feeling as if I’m running for the “office” but really, if you like this blog then please vote!

Savory Indian Pancakes

Ok, now the other thing that I am excited about today. I’m sure you all know Rachael from LaFujimama. She and I were talking the other day and she told me about this amazing Pancake Week event she’s holding on her blog. There its all about pancakes lately and she asked if I can share an Indian pancake recipe that I like. I said hell, yeah!


Rachael is one of the kindest people I’ve met on the blogosphere. She always has something interesting cooking in her kitchen and you just can’t leave her blog not drooling! She has achieved so much that I won’t even start to tell you or it might take LONG. It was such an honor to cook something for Rachael. After thinking a lot I decided to make Semolina and Yogurt savory Indian pancakes which growing up my mom always used to make for us.


I have so many memories attached to these veggie pancakes, in which the “veggie part” was the key for my mom and now it is for me as a mom. We love the slight tangy flavor of yogurt blended beautifully with softened semolina and since it has close to none fat, its good for you too.  I’d love for you to head over to Rachael’s beautiful blog to check out the recipe for my Lowfat Savory Indian Pancakes (Semolina and Yogurt pancakes)


  1. Hello,
    We love your recipes, especially when its on Pancakes.
    These are so delicious.
    I have always looked at your blog for the various pictures and the way you write.Just Love it!
    You have shared some nice information about Savory Pancakes in this post.
    The points you mentioned are genuine and perfect.
    The content completely describes about the topic you wanted to portray with us.
    Thanks for sharing such valuable post.

    VentairIndia Team

  2. I am very fond of pancakes, loved the Indianised version.
    and congrtas for being nominated
    loved your recipe and pics are so wonderful
    just hopped to your blog and glad to find you
    following you:)

  3. Indian Savoury pancake sounds a lot like rava utthapam. I love it and make it at home all the time. I love your blog and how your present the lovely food with your addictive story telling.

    You deserve to be on the top 100 blogs and I am going to vote for you.

  4. I will go vote for you, of course you deserve to be on that list. Your blog is one of my favorites. These savory pancakes are gorgeous & I bet so tasty 🙂

  5. Prerna you are doing a great job!! Totally impressed by your work. I enjoy reading all your post. I just wonder how you manage to do so much with your little one. Keep up the good work.Just now voted for you.

    Wish you all the very best in life.

    Lots of love

  6. every time I come here I get lost in the photography .. you should probably take it seriously .. you click beautiful pic and LOVE your food styling 🙂 I am voting for you .. super mom !

  7. That is awesome Prerna! Heading on over to La Fuji Mama right now to check out your pancake recipe – right after I vote for you that is. 🙂

  8. Hi Prerna,

    Loved the pancakes,Hari and me are going try this for our sunday breakfast.And by the way i voted for your blog 🙂


  9. CONGRATZZZZZZ GURL …… Hugs Hugs Hugs 😀
    I’m more than happy to vote for you … u r so goooooood you deserve it !! I shall borrow my hubby’s, friends and colleagues lappy and vote for you 😉

    Oh in my excitement forgot about the pancakes …. do I need to say they look gorgeous 🙂

    Wishing you luck .


  10. Thanks SO much for the votes you lovely people!! I’m so touched 🙂
    @Esther- U can only vote once with one computer so if you use another computer tomorrow that would help.. hahaha You are just so kind! Love u!

  11. Thanks Paaka Shaale! Thanks so much for your vote, I really appreciate!
    This is a little like rava dosa since Semolina is used in both but this is maily a chila which is not crispy but soft and uses a lot of yogurt and no rice flour. The batter also is comparatively thicker.

  12. Congrats on your achievement Prerna!!!To be nominated among 100 food mom blogs sure is a great thing. I will surely vote for you. And coming to the Pancakes ( we call this rava dosa), They look superb. Love the way you have presented them 🙂

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