Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Mixed Vegetable Kadhi - Veggies in a Tangy Curd Gravy

2012 has just begun and the world is spinning with reels of news,views & events - even as the European slowdown is becoming more pronounced , the countdown for  London olympics has begun with gusto ! India too is in the thick of happenings  right from Mullaiperiyar Dam Row to gearing up for assemble election in 5 states; BAJAJ comes up with RE6o (a new & improved NANO ?) and hopes to ban all the auto-rickshaws in Delhi (amen to that !)  and of course there is also a frantic wait hoping Sachin overcomes his psychological barrier and hits that magic number, - PHEW ; Mayans and their 5,125 year old calendar clearly had not anticipated such tide of events :D


Thankfully nothing tempestuous here and even my hearth has relatively seen a more healthier and less sinful indulgences the past week !


Today's Blog Hop Wednesday sees me paired with Neetu @ Hobby Chef .The blog has a fine mix of various cuisines and a few recipes caught my eye. I decided to make this Kadhi , a North Indian version of our very own morkuzhambu/morkootan and the simple recipe was followed except that I added little jaggery to the final dish.




 Veggies in a creamy tangy sauce



What's in it :-
  • Sour Curd - 1 cup
  • Chick Pea Flour/Besan - 1/4 cup
  • Dry Mango Powder - to taste - optional - add if the curd is not sour
  • Turmeric Powder - 1/2 to 1 tsp
  • Coriander Powder - 1 to 2 tbsp
  • Red Chilli Powder - to taste
  • Salt - to taste
  • Water - 2 to 2 1/2 cups
  • Mixed Vegetables - Cauilflower,peas,potato-diced
  • Jaggery - a small piece - optional
  • Ghee - 1 tbsp
How :-

Whisk the curd & the chick pea flour to a smooth texture. Add all the spices marked in blue and the required water and mix well.
Bring it to a boil on high flame stirring continuously and then let it simmer for 15-20 minutes till the veggies are cooked giving it a occasional stir.Add jaggery and mix well.
Prepare the tempering in a separate skillet by warming up the clarified butter/ghee and letting mustard seeds to sizzle. To this add the red chillis and dunk the mix on the kadhi


Serve hot with rice/rotis (Indian flat bread). It tasted delightful with steaming hot rice!




30 comments:

  1. Mix veg kadhi is an very good one hv not tried veggies in kadhi.. will def try it.. n with hot rice the meal looks so yumm..

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  2. Loved the addition of veggies in it ..1st time on ur space and you have a nice colln of recipes

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  3. Mix veg curry looks so creamy and yummy.

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  4. Hey Priya,

    I have made Masaman Curry from your blog but can't post as m not able to transfer pics from my cam... will do it as soon as problem is resolved... :(

    Sorry to disappoint you...

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  5. Yum yum, wat a super tempting kadhi,mixed veggies in kadhi sounds truly interesting..

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  6. Oh wow..this is a keeper recipe..my husband likes kadhi a lot and this one is a nice variation from the usual ones I make.

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  7. And girl I love your intro paragraph always..you are so talented and witty.

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  8. never tried these veggies in Kadhi , although use some south indian veggies in morkozhambu..
    looks yum !


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  9. @ Hobby Chef - no issues gal ; the kadhi was yum

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  10. I love the lone chilly swimming on the kadhi. Contrasting colors and yummm..
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  11. Looks super delicious!!! perfect color and texture!

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  12. looks very inviting, nice dish and lovely pix

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  13. YUMMO..Thanks for the recipe..This looks mouthwatering..I have bookmarked it..

    Aarthi
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  14. very inviting and delicious gravy !! lovely clicks !!

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  15. Delicious khadi... Very inviting..

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  16. I like curd gravy.Healthy and yummy gravy.I am glad to follow u :) Any time u come and visit my space.

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  17. Nice write up and lovely kadhi

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  18. Kadhi looks so very delicious.The presentation looks so good too.

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  19. Enjoyed reading your post...Yummy Kadhi...its my favorite

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  20. Yummy delicious gravy..! I have an award for you at my place . Do collect it dear.

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  21. Oh goodness, this is such a flavorful dish! I could eat it by the serving spoonful :)

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  22. 1st time here..nice recipes.Yummy Kadhi...its my fav too

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  23. The clicks of your kadhi are so beautiful,,i think its going to jump outta d bowl!

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