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11 Soothing Kadhi Recipes For Your Everyday Meal
Last Updated : Oct 25,2018
11 Soothing Kadhi Recipes For Your Everyday Meal
When talking about comfort food, how can one not mention the very versatile and delectable " Kadhi ".
This buttermilk soup has been a part of various cultures, since long. Be it a Gujarati Kadhi , or a Punjabi Kadhi , or a More Kuzhambu down South, they contain pretty much the same ingredients and yet have unique distinct flavours. Kadhis are an integral part of the Indian Cuisine and are loved by all.
The best combination of Kadhi is with pakodas or dumplings. But really when it comes to cooking and experimenting, they all turn out to be absolutely brilliant. Below given are some popular kadhi recipes like Palak Pakoda Kadhi , Dapka Kadhi , Coconut Kadhi , etc. from different parts of the country. Wholesome, healthy and appetizing they are guaranteed to add interest to your table. They are simply soothing and luscious main meal accompaniments .
Relish the regular as well as innovative, mouth watering delights to be eaten either with rotis or rice . You would simply adore these exciting additions to the menu.
Take a look!
11 soothing kadhi recipes for your everyday meal
This is an unusual way of adding nutrients by way of greens to your meal. Serve hot with steamed rice and a big bowl of salad to end your lunch.
As the name suggests, this kadhi recipe hails from the bhatia community. It is a sweet and sour version made with cooked toovar dal water, curds and vegetables. This interesting combination of ingredients makes all the difference—be it in terms of taste or aroma. You can even add sliced potatoes to this recipe.
A rare combination of coconut milk and curds thickened with besan and flavoured with spices gives rise to a soothing yet flavourful Coconut Kadhi. This not only tastes great with khichdi and puri like normal kadhis, but also goes a step beyond to cooperate with chunky savouries like samose to make delicious chaats.
Moong dal dumplings cooked in a traditional Gujarati
curd mixture, Dapka Kadhi served with rotlas, green chillies and garlic chutney is a sumptuous and satiating meal worth a million dollars!
When making this dish, ensure that the dapka batter is sufficiently thick. First drop one dapka into the kadhi—if it floats up, it means it is perfect, and you can proceed with the rest. Else, adjust the batter by adding little more besan, or cook the dapkas in a microwave
oven before adding to the kadhi.
The humble kadhi transforms into grand fare in this delectable Palak Pakoda Kadhi recipe, where deep-fried spinach pakodas are simmered in lip-smacking yoghurt kadhi.
This traditional delight is one that kids and adults will enjoy thoroughly. Take care to add the pakodas only moments before serving so they remain crisp and succulent, just the way they ought to be.
Teams up well with hot rice
Green tomato kadhi is tangy and spicy kadhi with combination of green tomatoes and green chillies. It is thickened with coconut. Serve hot with roti or rice.
Gattas or "gatte" are gram flour dumplings that are spiced up with dry masalas and then steamed and cut into small bite sized pieces. They are used to make a wide variety of dishes like Gatte ki Subzi
, Gatte ka Pulao
This dish is made using a yoghurt based gravy and dry masalas to create a mouth-watering recipe that will complement both rice
Add zest to life with this bone-strengthening treat! With a bouquet of healthy ingredients including curds, fenugreek, spinach and kabuli chana, the Chana Kofta Kadhi gives your meal a protein and calcium boost. Many are unaware of the fact that excess fat hinders the absorption of calcium, so deep-frying the koftas would make the dish less effective than it can be! That is the reason why we have steamed the koftas and not deep-fried them, so you can be assured of maximum nutrient uptake.
Kadhi is a traditional gujarati preparation of a wonderful sweet and spicy curd mixture thickened with gram flour, which can be enhanced in many ways using other ingredients like pakoras and koftas. Remember never to boil the kadhi on a high flame as it tends to curdle. Gujarati kadhi goes very well with khichdi.
Another karela delicacy - an innovative calcium rich kadhi! Keep in mind however that the karelas must be well cooked before adding the curds and spices to remove most of its bitterness. Enjoy it unusual flavours.
Slurp! What an exciting flavour this Kokum Kadhi has. Indeed, the best of homely flavours, tanginess, is the highlight of this recipe. This recipe is quite different from any other kadhi because it uses neither curds
Instead, it harnesses the tangy flavour of kokum and the complementarily soothing flavour of coconut milk to make a well-balanced accompaniment that is sure to be loved by all. Once you have all the ingredients ready, it takes just minutes to prepare this delectable Kokum Kadhi, making it all the more attractive. Serve this kadhi with Rice ( Cooked Rice)
and Goanese Potato Curry
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