Saturday, 29 June 2019

Punjabi Kadhi, Pakodi Majjiga Pulusu, How to prepare Punjabi Kadhi-Pakodi Kadhi

Today's post is  punjab's popular Khadi called as " Punjabi Khadi". It is very tasty and soulful recipe with pakodi's in rich flavoured yogurt. It is very delicious meal which we can have it with hot rice or with pulka's, i had it with rice πŸ˜‹.  We Telugu ppl to prepare this  khadi popularly known as " pakodi majjiga pulusu" with small variations. We can add different varities of fritters like onion fritters/pakodi's, vegetable fritters, gatee pakodi/ lentil based fritters, today i prepared onion pakodi's/ fritters. Gravy is prepared with sour curd, gram flour and masala's. When you fed up with daily routine like dal, sambar, rasam(pappu, chaaru) try this khadi surely your family would love to have it 😍.



      If you like the crunchy taste of pakodi's in kadhi then add it in gravy before you serve. If you have left pakodi's which you prepared for your lunch , then no probs you can prepare this kadhi. F
irstly we prepare yogurt and besan mixture then prepare onion pakodi's  later prepare gravy and add this fritters. I checked recipe here, it helped me to get perfect taste. 

                                Punjabi Kadhi

Preparation Time : 15 minutes
Cook Time : 30 minutes
Serves : 4 people 
Category : Currys / Regional 
Recipe Cuisine: Punjabi
Main ingredient:Yogurt, Gram flour/ besan
Author : Aruna SarasChandra

Ingredients

For Kadhii mixture

sour curd - 1 cup
water - 2 cup(adjust)
gram flour/ besan - 5 tsp
turmeric powder - 1/4 tsp
red chilli powder - 1/2 tsp
garam masala - 1/2 tsp
salt as per taste

For onion pakodi

onion - 2(rougly chopped)
curry leaves - 1 sprig(optional)
gram flour/ besan - 1 cup
red chilli powder - 3/4 tsp(adjust)
turmeric powder - 1/4 tsp
ajwain seeds - 1/2 tsp
salt as per taste
oil to deep fry

For  punjabi kadhii

oil - 3 tsp
onion - 1 
ginger -1 inch
green chilli - 2
red chilli - 2
curry leaves - 1 sprig
cumin seeds - 1 tsp
fenugreek seeds - 1/4 tsp
hing - 1 pinch
coriander leaves - 1 tsp

Instructions

1) Take sour curd in a bowl, whisk it well. Now add gram flour, turmeric , red chilli powder, garam masala powder, salt mix it well and keep it aside.





2) Roughly chop onions, curry leaves.


3) sieve gram flour and take it into bowl, then add ajwain seeds, turmeric , red chilli powder, salt  then add chopped onion and curry leaves.





4) Heat oil in a kadai on low flames and then mix flour and onion well without adding water at first, then sprinkle water little by little just to coat the onion with batter (or you can prepare this batter as per your wish).




5) Check the oil heat by dropping little batter, now drop pakodi batter in heat oil, fry it both sides till it changes color then take it into plate. Repeat the process for remaining batter.



6) Chop onions, green chillies and ginger. Take wide kadai heat 2tsp of oil , then add cumin seeds, methi seeds and hing let the methi seeds changes color and jeera crackle fry it on low flames.





7) Now add green chilli, red chilli, ginger, curry leaves fry it well then add onions, pinch of salt and fry till it become translucent.



8) Now add prepared curd mixture to the above, mix everything well and let it boil on low flames, stir it in middle so that besan curd mixture do not burn at the bottom.





9) If you feel kadhi becomes thick adjust water accordingly, i added 1/2 glass of water and boiled by stirring. Then add fried onion pakoda, mix everything once and let it soak in kadhi for 10 times.





Kadhi is ready take it into bowl garnish it with corainder leaves and sprinkle some garam masala , That's yummy and tasty Punjabi Kadhi is ready to serve. I served it with hot steamed rice.



Tips

** If you feel kadhi is too thick adjust water accordingly.

** You can add any variety of pakodi's in the place of onion pakodi.

** If you want pakodi's in kadhi to be crisp then add it while serving.

** Add little by little while preparing batter for pakodi's. I just sprinkled verey little amount of water.

** You can also serve kadhi without adding any fritters.

** Kadhi taste good when we use bit sour yogurt.

** After adding yogurt mixture , stir it often otherwise it will burn at bottom.

 Taking this recipe to Shhhhh Secretly Cooking Challenge fb group.  Here admins will select one Indian state in alphabetical order. And they pick pairs for theme, pairs will share 2 ingredients, using that ingredients we will prepare recipe and post it in group album. Other group members will guess the secret ingredient. For month June 2019 we bloggers prepared Punjabi recipes. My partner for this month is Sujata Shukla she blogs at "pepperonpizza", she is very talented, experienced chef and very down to earth person. She guided me very well in selecting recipes where i am not that much aware of Punjabi Cuisine. Do check her place for tasty and varieties of recipes, I gave fennel seeds and ginger and she gave me chickpeas/besan and salt as two secret ingredients.  she prepared "Bharwa Karela" do check this recipe.

                                   

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26 comments:

  1. Kadhi Pakode is one of my most favourite things ever, often prepared at our place. You have done full justice to the dish - it looks so perfect and absolutely delicious!

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  2. I love Punjabi kadhi as its so filling and I enjoy it with some rice. Its versatile recipe as one can add any vegetable fritters to it. Your kadhi looks so creamy and inviting.

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  3. I have never made kadhi pakodi, mainly because I am worried I may never go beyond the pakodis! Hehe... The dish looks so delicious and well made...

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    1. Thank you Rafeeda, I always keep some pakodi's aside on hubby's demand😊

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  4. Punjabi Kadhi is in my to do list for long time. Yours looks so delicious and tempting

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  5. Pakodewali Kadhi Chawal and rice- an ultimate comfort food for me:-) nice plating Aruna..

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  6. Kadhi looks perfect and delish. I love Punjabi kadhi and you made it so perfectly. Loved the detailed recipe. Superb share.

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  7. I love kadhi and this version with pakoda looks so tasty. I can have it anytime, a comfort food.

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  8. Punjabi kadhi pakode with some rice is such a soulful meal, especially on weekends. Yours looks absolutely finger licking !

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  9. Yummy pakoda kadhi. Looks great I want some now it is pouring here n pakoda kadhi with rice will be most welcome

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  10. Your welcome Archana ji, Thank you 😊

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  11. Love a well made punjabi Kadhi..have it with some plain r8ce and life is set

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  12. KAdhi pokada is one of most Indian's comfort food. YOu have prepared so beautifully and I just need some steamed rice to finish up this bowl ;P

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  13. Punjabi kadhi is on my to do list and your kadhi pokadi looks very delicious. Perfectly paired with rice

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  14. Love Punjabi kadhi one of my favourite. I make besan pakoda, have tried onion one, would love to try your version. looks rich and creamy

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  15. Punjabi khadi looks so tempting and delicious. You made it so perfect and pics looks so beautiful.

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  16. Khadi pakoda with Rice looks perfect for the winter night. I might make it tommorow as it is super cold now and your images are quite tempting.

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