Since childhood, I have seen all ladies of my family making ‘Gujarati Kadhi’ which is quite obviously, sweet and tangy! And funny thing was I hated yogurt that time… Well actually, I used to hate any sort of dairy products… Not event cheese/butter :P But since I developed a good taste, I have been enjoying a bowl of yogurt every now n then!
I too make the same Kadhi in-house but to bring some change in routine one, I preferred to try it with strong garlic flavor. Of course, I’m a big fan of garlicky stuff and so I loved this one the most <3 You must try to make this ‘Lahsuni Kadhi’ next time :)
1/2 cup Curd
3/4 cup Water
1 tbsp Besan
1/2 tsp Ginger, chopped
1/4 tsp Garlic Powder
1/2 tsp Minced Garlic
1/4 tsp Red Chilly Powder
1/8 tsp Turmeric Powder
2 tsp Lemon Juice
Salt, to taste
2 tsp Ghee
1/4 tsp Cumin Seeds
1 tbsp Coriander Leaves
STEPS TO FOLLOW:
- Mix besan, water and curd together to form a lump free batter.
- Add ginger and garlic powder in it. Cook on low flame to bring it to boil.
- Stir well after adding spices and lemon juice.
- Heat ghee in a tadka pan and add cumin seeds in it.
- Once crackled, add minced garlic and saute it for a while. Add this tempering to boiled curd mixture.
- Sprinkle coriander leaves over it and mix well.
- Transfer to a serving bowl and serve hot with a plate of steamed rice!
Im a big fan of kadhi so will def give this a try 😊
so flavourful slightly diff recipe than normal Kadhi.. must try
I am fond of kadhi and will do it often but here I happened to read a blog of kadhi itself but I felt it is quiet different from what I do and felt this might work out better so I have decided that I will try this out and in this regard I have added extra groceries this time on http://qusec.in/ and I will be doing it very soon.
Thanks for the recipe.
Another one I’ve never heard of but sounds good! Can the curd be substituted with yoghurt?
Yes, Elaine! You absolutely can… Won’t make a difference at all in this :)
Okay, so just a straight natural yogurt?
Yup… Go ahead! I actually use these terms ‘yogurt’ & ‘curd’ interchangeably sometimes :)
Okay, I’m learning all the time :)