Mermaids` Makings

Handprint Flags

We loved Putti`s handprint flags and wanted to have a go as well.

It is really fun way to make flags and we will definitely try it again with some other flags. The pictures are quite self explanatory, aren`t they :) but click here to see how to fold super easy flags.

For the food we cooked some naan bread, Chicken 65 and Aloo Gobi.

It was our first time cooking our own naan bread. They turned out a little bit too thick but tasted very good. My daughter was a great help! She enjoyed making the dough and playing with it whilst I rolled out the breads. I always give her a lil bit of dough so she can make whatever she fancies.

And then I found a chicken 65 recipe.. I had never heard of that before. There are lots of stories how this name came about. It was easy to make and tasted yummy. My new favourite is Aloo Gobi.  I have made it many times now. It`s nice and light and easy to prepare!



2 comments on “Handprint Flags

  1. Love and Lollipops
    July 3, 2012

    Love the hand print flag idea! We have a complicated flag though – not sure if I could get it right!

  2. Ladygardenia
    July 2, 2012

    What a great idea to make flags! And I looove Naan bread.. they are supposed to be little thick, so I think your ones were fine :)

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June 2012

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