Deepa or rather known as “Madraasi Deepa” is currently the top most contributor (50+ recipes) on Plattershare. As part of our effort to appreciate everyone who loves food, we are sharing her culinary journey with all the food lovers across the world.
Deepa, a homemaker and mother of 2 naughty kids, believes to do everything in a unique and different way. She started blogging when she was motivated by her friends and family. She accepted the challenge of cooking amazing and delicious dishes to satiate her kid’s hunger and to show her love to them. Thus started blogging as “@MADRASSI”.
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1. Tell us something about your culinary journey so far?
Blogging started as a hobby to save my memories of good food which slowly became a passion. As I got encouragement from family and recognition from fellow bloggers, a new energy was infused and now I am full time blogger @MADRASSI
2. Can you tell us one of the most difficult ingredient/recipe which you have ever made and why?
No recipe is difficult if you are passionate and love to cook however there are few recipes which I feel little lazy to prepare such as banana flower, cleaning particular fish and cleaning lamb intestine.
3. What is your favorite cuisine which you love to cook?
I love experimenting with all kinds of cuisine but my favorite is south-Indian (Tamil) cuisine, apart from that I love Afghan cuisine, especially lamb recipes.
4. If you are left on an island what would be that one ingredient which you would like to take?
My all-time favorite is milk and surviving without milk is unimaginable for me.
5. Which is that one recipe which never goes wrong?
I am a moody person and when I am out of mood even boiling water goes wrong. Don’t get scared, Kesari never goes wrong.
6. You cannot live without this equipment in your kitchen?
Mixie (mixer grinder), I don’t think nowadays anyone who cooks can live without it.
7. One chef who has always inspired you?
My hubby loves Briyani a lot so I started searching for the recipe. Luckily I saw a cookery show of Chef Damodaran commonly known as Chef Damo. I used his simple and impressive way for cooking biryani which came out very well and since then I am his fan.
8. You are currently the top contributor of Plattershare with more than 50 recipes, how does it feels to be recognized by fastest growing food community?
I never expected this would happen when I started blogging, but now I really feel very happy and am waiting to reach many more new heights.
Thank you Plattershare for giving me a great opportunity, Plattershare is a platform which has encouraged bloggers like me which really makes us to do something and it means everything.
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