Different types of kadhi recipes

Dahi Kadhi Recipe Hyderabadi, Besan Ki Kadhi

Dahi Kadhi Recipe Hyderabadi, Besan Ki Kadhi

In India and in different regions kadhi recipes are made in different way such as some kadhi recipes taste sour/tangy, some look very thick and some kadhi recipes are thin
Khatti Kadhi

Khatti Kadhi

kadhi served with khichdi is very different from kadhi served with plain rice or Kadhi serve with pulav
Punjabi Kadhi with Spinach Pakoda

Punjabi Kadhi with Spinach Pakoda

But the recipe ofKadhi is slightly different from mor kuzhambu which doesn't include coconut. When I happened to see a beautiful picture of Punjabi kadhi with spinach pakora in facebook posted by the owner Soniya of site, I decided to make it the next day itself
325.fresh tuvar and bajri kadhi

325.fresh tuvar and bajri kadhi

Kadhi made with millet flour, tastes slightly different from the one made with besan but most of my guests cannot make out the difference
485.Punjabi pakora kadhi

485.Punjabi pakora kadhi

a different type ofkadhi. Preparation of the kadhi. One of the bonus points of travelling to India was an allergy test

Authentic Pakodi/Pakoda Kadhi

There are many different method’s of making pakoda but this. to kadhi, There are different varieties we make as patli kadhi, bundi kadhi,

Masala Peanut Chaat, How to make Peanut Chat

Each one different from other. Masala peanut chaat recipe – A lip-smacking kids friendly street food recipe of boiled peanuts and chopped fresh vegetables
Jeera Rice Recipe | How to make Jeera Rice

Jeera Rice Recipe | How to make Jeera Rice

Jeera Rice is very common side dish eaten along with different lentil preparations like dal fry, dal tadka or even south indian rasam and sambar
Besan Shimla Mirch Ki Sabji, How to make Besan Simla Mirch Recipe

Besan Shimla Mirch Ki Sabji, How to make Besan Simla Mirch Recipe

They goes really well with different Indian curry recipes. Besan Shimla Mirch ki Sabji – A simple mouthwatering preparation of bell pepper (shimla mirch) along with some roasted gram flour and other Indian spices