Friday, November 14, 2008

Pakodi Kadhi-another easy Rajasthani Sabzi

Some four months back, i had a chance to get a Rajasthani Friend(this is how i refer her). Since her hubby got transferred to Delhi, She is in Delhi now. It was so unfortunate to miss a nice friend around. When she was about to leave, we shared some tiffin boxes, This Kadhi is one dish, which she prepared for me and i tried this for lunch today. It did'nt taste like her's, but was somewhere close to her's. here it is for all your eyes...

pakodi kadhi
Ingredients:

  • Bengal Gram Flour: 1/2 cup
  • Curd: 1 Cup
  • Oil-10tbsp(8 tbsp to fry the Pakodi's, 2 for Seasoning)
  • Chilli Powder- 2 tsp
  • Turmeric Powder- 1 pinch
  • Baking Soda/Sodium-Bi-Carbonate-a light pinch
  • Garlic- 2 cloves(finely chopped)
  • Onion-1
  • Mustard-1/4 tsp
  • Cumin-1/4 tsp
  • Asafoetida-a pinch
  • Curry Leaves-8

Method:

yyu Take the Gram flour(Have 2tsp aside-for making kadhi), add few cumin, asafoetida, chilli powder, little salt, baking soda and mix well. add little water and make it as your Bajji/Fritter's dough. Heat oil and fry this Pakodi's till they are cooked. need not fry till they reach golden color. Now keep your pakodi's aside.

yyu Have a cup of curd, and add little turmeric powder, chilli powder, salt, asafoetida and mix well. set this aside.

yyu Now in a pan, add 2 tsp oil and heat it, when its heated, add mustard and let it make some sound, add the cumin and curry leaves. add onion's, finely chopped garlic and fry them. now add the curd mixture and the pakodi's. let them on stove for 2 more minutes and switch off the flame.

You can prepare this in less than 15 minute's and this is perfect with rice and chapathi's.
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16 comments:

  1. I would love to have them with rice? Delicius and it also have a lovely colour

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  2. Looks creamy n delicious..would love to have them immediately...

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  3. Hi Lavi
    This is my first time here. You have a lovely space. Do have a look at mine!

    Yummmy post! tempting pics too!

    Happy blogging! hugs!

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  4. I always wanted to try this one,mikka nandri!

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  5. lovely kadhi! looks so mouth-watering Lavi!

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  6. How r u doing Lavi? Looks rich and creamy!

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  7. Rak's..Glad and be more Glad If you try this out and let me know:)

    HappyCook, Priya, Uma, Sagari..Try this, its a different version of our morkuzhambhu.

    Vij..Warm Welcome to you!!

    Lubna..Thanks for the Surprise Award!

    Divya..Iam doing Good, Thanks Dear!

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  8. That looks perfect Lavi... i've been craving kadhi pakodi for a while now...

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  9. oh my gosh I absolutely adore kadhi! looking at your post, I want some now!!

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  10. One of my favourites....looks delicious!

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  11. kadhi looks yumm .. its one of my favourite

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  12. Looks very good . Similar to Mor Kuzhambu. I will have to try them once.

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  13. looks so yumy :) thx 4 sharing. keep it up the good workkk!

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  14. what a nice tongue tickling sour and I am sure it must be a little spicy which surely adds to the flavour and I am sure I shall love making this dish since my daughter likes it very much this way. Do visit my blog, and would love to hear your feed back.

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