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Last Updated : Jun 27,2019




खट्टा दही रेसिपी - हिन्दी में पढ़ें (sour curds recipes in Hindi)
ખાટ્ટું દહીં રેસીપી - ગુજરાતી માં વાંચો (sour curds recipes in Gujarati)

Sour Curds Recipes, Sour Curds in Indian Food

72 sour curds recipes | sour surd recipe collection |

Sour curd, also known as "Khatta Dahi" is curd that is turned sour due to fermentation of milk with the help of certain bacteria. Essentially different from yogurt, which is not sour, this curd is a staple in most Indian households and has been for many decades.

Methi Pakoda Kadhi (Mcrowave Recipe)Methi Pakoda Kadhi (Mcrowave Recipe)

It is made by heating the milk till it comes to a boil so as to kill all the bacteria in it, then letting it cool off till it is warm, adding more cultured bacteria (which is not found in common households and hence more curd is added to the milk) and then finally letting the milk sit out at room temperature, or in a warm place, for 7 to 8 hours. Once the curd has become sour, you can store it in the refrigerator as keeping it outside will make it sourer. While making sour curd, one also has to keep in mind the climate as curds will turn sour faster in the summer than in winter.

Khatta Urad DalKhatta Urad Dal

Sour Curd usage in Indian food

Essentially everyone eats curd before it turns sour, but this sour curd holds a special place in Indian food and its preparation. From acting as a fermenting agent to imparting a "khatta" kick to the food, it is a near and dear to every Indian household.

Sour Curd usage as fermenting agent in Indian food

sour curds work great as a fermenting agent in Indian snacks. Certain Indian foods require a bit of fermentation to form the batter in order for it to cook properly. One of the best ways to ferment a batter is to add sour curd to it, the most famous one being Khatta Dhokla. This gujarati dish is the most eaten and has a beautiful sourness through it that comes from adding sour curds to a rice and urad dal flour and then steaming it.

Khatta DhoklaKhatta Dhokla

Other types of dhoklas can also be made using this method like Buckwheat dhokla and if one wants variations, they can always go for an easier, microwave friendly option like Makai na dhokla. Not only is curd used to ferment dhoklas, it is also used in the South Indian cuisine to make dosas and uttapams like Mini Rava Uttapa.

Buckwheat Dhokla, Faraal Buckwheat DhoklaBuckwheat Dhokla, Faraal Buckwheat Dhokla

Sour Curd Recipes in Curries

Pithore Kadhi recipe is a curry made with a concoction of spices and sour curd to give it a sumptuous taste. The spices and curds work so well together that it leaves our taste buds wanting more for this sweet, spicy and sour curry.

Pithore KadhiPithore Kadhi

Another curry which is widely made is Khatta Moong, again a gujarati treat, wherein moong is simmered with curds, spices and garlic to give it an additional kick. Similarly, Khatta urad dal can also be made to try something different.

Khatta MoongKhatta Moong

Sour Curd Recipes in Desserts

Not many people know, but sour curd is a very versatile ingredient and can be used in desserts as well. Curd is an excellent replacement for egg when used for baking. It adds a very nice softness to the baked good it is added too like in this Eggless Chocolate Cake and Eggless Vanilla Cake. Curd also adds moistness and gives a richer texture when used to make Chocolate Brownies.

Eggless Chocolate Cake Using CurdsEggless Chocolate Cake Using Curds

Sour Curd is Protein Rich

Due to the high protein in curd, it is recommended to be consumed by vegetarians every day, but eating curd becomes boring, doesn’t it? Hence we are finding new and improved ways to incorporate it into our daily lives and what better way than using curd to make Protein Rich Cupcakes using different dals and rice. Further, if you are wondering what to have these with? look no further than a Green Garlic Chutney, made with curd as well, to give you that extra protein in the day!

Green Garlic ChutneyGreen Garlic Chutney

Enjoy our collection of sour curd recipes, sour curd Indian recipes below.

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Recipe# 34876
24 Sep 18

 by vrunda naik
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Seeking to satiate your appetite on fasting days? A delectable yoghurt kadhi with pakodas made from potatoes and water chestnut flour (singhare ka atta), Aloo ki Kadhi ensures a splash of excitement too. Enjoy Aloo ki Kadhi with Samo Khichdi and
Recipe# 35134
13 Jun 11

 by LOPA SHAH
No reviews
Uttappa, a famous south indian snack, which is not only favourite and famous amongst south indians but now a day’s liked and favourite amongst almost all of us. Here is new variety of uttapam, made from bajri and rice flour, topped with salad.
Recipe# 35239
17 Aug 11

 by LOPA SHAH
No reviews
Idlis are commonly made from sooji and dal, but here is different kind of idli made from besan and sooji with the combination of carrot, capsicum and other spices.
Recipe# 11107
08 Mar 02

 
by sathya_m
No reviews
Rich chocolate cake topped with a tangy lemon mousse.
handy tip(s) :
1. if the agar agar has not dissolved evenly, strain the mixture before you mix it with the cream and lemon mixture


Recipe# 14745
25 Dec 01

 by run
No reviews
A bite size crispy and crunchy Corn chops make for an excellent snack or starter item. The corn niblets are batter coated and then deep fried.
Recipe# 12914
13 Apr 01

 by sunnyville
No reviews
Prepare the favorite Curd rings as a healthy snack option. The rice flour is mixed with sour curd, chilli paste and green coriander leaves and then deep fried to crispy golden finish.
Recipe# 14200
08 Dec 16

 by rahul288
No reviews
Start your day with the perfect combination of Dahi rotla with chilli pickle. The rotlas are prepared from bajra flour and then served with fresh curd and a spicy pickle. A healthy breakfast choice, especially in winters. Try with
Recipe# 11642
27 Jul 11

 by audoshi
No reviews
Get ready to enjoy the popular gujarati snack, dal yellow dhokla, prepared from a gram flour-curd based batter with coriander chutney. The yellow dal or besan batter is steamed, cut into squares and seasoned with mustard seeds, curry leaves and grated coconut. The spongy and delicious dal yellow dho ....
Recipe# 12735
05 Sep 01

 by shailapatel
No reviews
You can roll this paratha.for that the dough should be little hard and roll it as chapattis or regular Parathas.
if you do not want to use methi leaves, just delete it and add ajwain 1tb.spoon.
Recipe# 11927
02 Jun 01

 by lakme
No reviews
Dhokla delight is a delicious and traditional way of preparing Gujarati snack dhokla. The besan is mixed with sour curds and the batter is steamed. The steamed gram flour dhokla are cut into small squares and tempered with chillies, mustard seeds, curry leaves and grated coconut.
Recipe# 11012
13 Feb 02

 by sonaprem
No reviews
Greengram dhal idli is an unique idli or steamed rice dumpling recipe prepared by grinding together rice and green moong dal. A popular South Indian food, green gram dhal idli enjoys appeal among all and is typically eaten with coconut chutney or sambhar.
Recipe# 10005
23 Sep 11

 
by sairam0203
No reviews
Kanjeevaram idli is a south indian idli specialty with an irrestible blend of cumin, peppercorns, curry leaves and grated coconut. The soft and spicy idlis taste superb and are also easy to prepare at home with this simple recipe.
Recipe# 9830
13 Jan 03

 by ddevangi
No reviews
Kutu curry is a mixed vegetable recipe cooked in a coconut based South Indian style curry. Enjoy kutu curry with steamed rice along with rasam or sambhar.
Recipe# 40978
27 Jun 16

 by MEENA SAVLA
No reviews
‘Dosa’ and ‘Kutchi Dabeli’ are all time favourites of all Age Groups. The Combination of both will take you to experience a whole new taste. You will have demand for the same again and again . Moong dal Dosa with Kutchi Dabeli Stuffing is Awesome!
Recipe# 38961
09 Nov 13

 by avi'smom
No reviews
A twist to normal kadhi recipe which makes it more and more aromatic and the beautiful aroma will spread all over as you make this delicacy!
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