This authentic dahi ki kadhi recipe is perfect for lunch and dinner. Learn how to make this yoghurt curry recipe with my step-by-step recipe. This yoghurt-based curry is prepared with plain yoghurt and gram flour and cooked until thickened for a delicious, lightly spiced curry.
This tasty dahi kadai recipe is prepared with a water yoghurt mixture, known as lassi, and then added to freshly made tadka. Enjoy this Indian kadi recipe and experience the true joys of classic Indian comfort food.
Different regions have their own variations of this recipe. Some recipes add onions, but I do not use onions as I wanted to keep this recipe simple. This curry recipe is relatively well-known, even outside Pakistan and India, when pakoras are added to it. When pakoras are added to this curry recipe is known as pakora ki kadhi.
The most difficult part of this recipe is to ensure that the lassi mixture does not curdle. Prepare the lassi mixture beforehand and then as soon as you add it to the pan be sure to stir it immediately and continuously up until the mixture has come to a boil.
Once it has come to a boil then you can stop stirring and allow it to gently simmer and thicken to your personal preference.
This curry is usually served with boiled rice. However, I absolutely love to eat it with makki di roti. Makki di roti is a type of Indian flatbread made from cornmeal. It’s traditionally made on a tawa, and I love to have it with my lassi-based curries.
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