Khichadi is an all-time favorite comfort food in our family. Anytime we come home from a long trip away or after an exhausting day, khichadi and kadhi or chaas (spicy buttermilk) is a satisfying and welcome meal. Previously, we’ve shown you how to make Mung Daal Khichadi – a mild and nutritious meal for babies or great comfort food when you’re feeling under the weather. Here’s a recipe for Masala Khichadi…with a real kick! It’s a great one-pot meal and you still get your veggies and protein in one shot.
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Thank you so much for sharing your recipes. I really enjoy making all these new dishes for my friends and family. I have one question about making pakoras. When I make the batter sometimes I think that everything is not staying together should I add more besan flour to the batter. What do you suggest?
If the batter slides off, then you can definitely add more besan to thicken it.
I really loved the dish.However I have a favor to ask regarding Guj. Karhi. I tried making it.It came out really nice tasting but the consistency does not seem good..it became too thick..and I love karhi a lil runny.any tricks….you know this is a dish I have never been able to master..u guys..are amazing..btw
Try adding a little less besan or a little more water and that should do the trick 🙂
You might have to adjust the spices accordingly as well 🙂