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Sunday, July 17, 2011

Sindhi Kadhi

For the second day of Blogging Marathon #7, I selected the delicious Sindhi Kadhi.  I called my sister-in-law for the recipe. She also gave me some tips to get the perfect Kadhi. I stuck to her recipe and it came out perfect. We had it for lunch today. It was so tasty and went well with rice.



Ingredients:
Besan-1/4cup
Oil-4tbs
Cumin Seeds-1/2tsp
Methi Seeds-1/4tsp
Curry Leaves-2sprigs
Salt-to taste
Turmeric Powder-1/4tsp
Potato-2 medium sized
Carrot-1
Cauliflower-3-4 florets
Green Peas-1/4cup
Green Chilly-2
Okra / Lady's Finger-7-8
Red Chilly Powder-2tsp
Ginger-a small piece
Hing-1/4tsp
Tamarind Pulp-2tbs


Procedure:
1. Deskin potatoes and cut into cubes. Cut carrot into cubes. 
2. Heat oil in a pan and splutter cumin, methi and hing.
3. Add curry leaves and let it splutter. Add besan and mix it well. Saute on low flame for about 5-7minutes. The colour will become deep brown.
4. Boil 3 cups of water and add green chillies, potatoes, carrots, peas and ginger. While you saute besan, cook the vegetables on another stove.
5. When besan has changed colour, add the boiling vegetables along with the water.
6. Add turmeric, salt and red chilly powder. Add the tamarind pulp.
7. Wash okra and slit it into two. Cut each half into 2inch long pieces.
8. Heat 1 tbs oil and add the cut okra. Saute till the mushiness is gone.
9. Add it to kadhi and cook on low flame until all the vegetables are cooked and the gravy becomes thick.
10. Garnish with coriander leaves and serve hot with rice and papad.


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18 comments:

  1. Wonderful khadi .. looks delicious. I haven't tried adding besan in my gravy.. Must try.. Are you up already? i think its just 4 for you guessing you are in India. I really appreciate that. :-) Have a great day!

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  2. delicious kadhi

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  3. Wonderful dish Gay ! I have had this at a friends' place many years ago.. by the way, tried out Koki last eve from your day 1 post of BM # 7 - came out well ! thanks !

    Kalyani
    New Event: Indian Mithai Mela ending 8th Aug
    Ongoing Event : Dish it out- Mushroom and Onions – all this July

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  4. I have never prepared Kadhi before. Your Khadi looks so yummy and delicious. Bookmarked :-)

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  5. I love this version of kadhi, looks very delicious.

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  6. This version of kadhi is new to me..

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  7. Yumm curry sounds new to me.....

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  8. wow very delicious looking kadi.. good one..

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  9. wow...yummy kadhi...Love your version...

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  10. Gayathri, the dish has a lovely colour!..

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  11. This is a yummy kadhi - bookmarked...

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  12. Excellent, I was in hunt for a good kadi recipe and I think I will be making it this weekend, let you know soon.

    I always love steaming hot kadi and steaming hot white rice together. But have not made it together like this. And I'll be making this soon now.
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