It's the school holidays and there's a lot of things to be done (by the parents!) and things that children need to do to keep them occupied in order to keep boredom at bay. It's quite surprising to note that kids nowadays (pardon me for saying this) lack the imagination to do things to occupy their free time. Children nowadays need, shall I say, things that are bought to amuse themselves like computer or video games, comics or even board (bored!) games. Quite different from the days when I (and my siblings and other children our age) would look around us for things, like discarded tins, rubber bands, boxes, slippers, rubber seeds or even mere pebbles, then create games that would make us forget about our boredom. The key word here is creativity!
Well, recently I noticed a bit of that creativity when my girls helped the missus make Apam Polka Dot. The Apam did not just end up with polka dots on them but the girls made swirls and squiggles and even did some writings (note the ones in the middle!)
I am not sharing this recipe (hehe!) because if you want it you can ask the missus (it's hers!) If not, you can always surf the net for the many cooking blogs for the recipe! Happy surfing! :-)