Navratri Special; How To Make Vrat Wali Kadhi
- Harshita Malhotra
Updated : September 27, 2022 17:09 IST
Do you know you can have kadhi during navratri fast as well?
India is a country of festivals, and we certainly celebrate each one with a bit more fervour than usual. No matter how little or large the occasion, food is an essential component of our celebrations, and we always opt to eat something delectable. For Navratri lunches and dinners, you can create the delicious main dish kadhi, which is often made using besan or gramme flour and yoghurt as the primary ingredients. Here is a kadhi variation you may not be familiar with to make your fasting experience tasty!
This Vrat Ki Kadhi is prepared differently than regular kadhi by utilising water chestnut flour, yoghurt, ginger, curry leaves, coriander leaves, and a few more typical spices consumed while fasting. We're sure your loved ones will appreciate it if you serve them this incredibly tasty kadhi recipe for dinner together with kuttu ki puri or samak rice. You can stop eating potatoes now and enjoy this simple meal instead, which you can also make for festivals and special events since people frequently eat them during vrat. This Navratri season, try making this delicious and simple North Indian meal at home and sharing it with your loved ones.
1. sendha namak as required
2. 1 1/2 tablespoon red chilli powder
3. 1 teaspoon cumin seeds
4. 5 dry red chilli
5. 1 cup water chestnut flour
6. 1 sprig of curry leaves
7. 1 tablespoon powdered turmeric
8. 1 1/2 cup yoghurt (curd)
9. 1 tablespoon powdered cinnamon
10. 1 teaspoon crushed to paste ginger
11. sugar as required
12. 1 tablespoon ghee
13. 1 handful of coriander leaves
1. Take a bowl and combine the water chestnut flour, yoghurt, red chilli powder, cinnamon powder, and water to prepare the kadhi recipe. They should be well combined.
2. Then, add cumin seeds, red chillies, and curry leaves to the hot oil in the kadhai. Cook them until they start to pop. Reduce the heat now and whisk in the curd mixture until a thick mixture forms.
3. Add sugar and rock salt, then cook it for three minutes. After being cooked, the kadhi is prepared for serving.
4. Curry leaves and chopped coriander should be used as a garnish. Warm up and serve with pooris or pulao. Please give this recipe a try during Navratri, give it a rating, and let us know how it worked out.