Thursday, October 11, 2012

SINDHI KADHI



Sindhi Kadhi is the most popular dish among all the Sindhi recipes. Unlike kadhis from other regions this has no curd added to it. The besan is roasted or fried in oil until it gives out a nice aroma. Then the water is added along with assorted vegetables and tempering.It cooks for about an hour on low flame until you get the desired consistency and the vegetables are done. We serve this with rice and malpuras or sweet boondi along with this kadhi.


Ingredients:
Besan ............. 1/2 cup
Methi seeds .... 1 tbsp.
Cumin seeds .... 1 tbsp.
Asafoetida ....... 1/4 tsp.
Turmeric powder ... 1 tsp.
Chilli powder ........... 1-2 tsp.
Green chillies .......... 3-4 chopped
Ginger paste............ 1 tbsp.
Curry leaves ........... 1 sprig
Potatoes ................. 5-6 (small) peel and cut into halves
Carrots ................... 1 peel and cut into round pieces
Beans .................... cut into 1 inch pieces
Drumsticks ......... scrape and cut into 2 inch pieces
Bhindi.................... 8-10 Slit them and half fry.
Tamarind juice ....... 5-6 tbsp
Sugar .................... 1 tbsp. (or) Jaggery
Salt ...to taste
Oil.
Coriander



Method:

1,Heat 5-6 tbsp. oil and add the methi and cumin seeds.






2. When they splutter add the asafoetida, ginger and curry leaves.






3. Stir it and then add the besan.  Fry it for 5 minutes on low flame till you get a nice aroma.







4. Now add enough water and keep stirring to avoid lumps.( remember that the kadhi has to simmer for almost 1 hour and add water accordingly)





5. Add all the vegetables except bhindi. Add the salt, sugar, chillies, turmeric powder and tamarind juice.






6. Simmer it till the kadhi is thick and the vegetables are done. Usually it has to boil for at least for 45 minutes to 1 hour. Finally add the fried bhindi and coriander leaves.
(Serve with plain rice)

16 comments:

  1. Never tried any sindhi cooking so nice to dump up onyour blog. I'm going to try some sindhi recipes

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    1. Thanks Nisha.Welcome to my blog.
      Do post your comments after you try them out.

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  2. kadhi looks very delicious shobha ,never tried any sindhi except satpuro phulko ,i must try ur kadhi ...thanks for sharing
    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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    1. Thank you Satya ...do try out the kadhi and I am sure you will like it.

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  3. The kadhi looks delicious...sindhi cuisine sure is new to me...however looking at the amazing recipes will give it a try soon. Thks for sharing such tempting recipes.

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    1. Thank you Vandana ...do try out the kadhi and I am sure you will like it.

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  4. With all the Goodness of veggies, Kadhi looks super delicious!!!! Thanks for sending it to CMT!!!

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  5. Different style of curry, looks very delicious. Thank you for linking with Any One Can Cook :)

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  6. heheh shobha i m raiding your blog and checking out what i missed. this looks like curry we make but with a difference

    have u heard of dal bhaat curry. so this besan ki curry goes with that one and we add rai also in tadka

    beans toh nahi daale hai kabhi rest yes hehe

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    1. Yes Meena there is a slight difference in Shikarpuri and Hyderabadi Sindhi recipes.

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  7. Today I finally tried your recipe of sindhi kadhi..i had been meaning to try it for a long time and I know your recipes are a so easy to follow..True enough..it turned out very well.Thanks

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  8. Excellent. I need 2 liters kadhi just to drink after my meal.

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