Punjabi Kadhi Recipe
Kadhi Pakodi (or just kadhi), is a popular North Indian preparation that consists of a thick mildly spicy gravy made of gram flour, yogurt, and spices, with batter fried dumplings, called pakodi, in it. This dish sees slight variations across the North Indian region, with different cooking method and ingredients incorporated in different states. For example, a typical Bihari kadhi mostly has a plain gram flour dumpling; a Gujarati kadhi is slightly sweet in taste; Sindhi kadhi is of a thinner consistency made for a more spice loving palate; while a Punjabi kadhi pakodi features batter-fried onion fritters (pyaaz pakodi) in place of a plain pakodi; and so on.
Served with chapatti or plain steamed rice, the dish is eaten mostly during winter seasons as the yogurt in the kadhi acts as a cooling agent. So get ready to feast on a rich Punjabi kadhi this summer with this recipe.
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