Thursday, 9 May 2013

Dahi ki kadi - gram flour dumplings in sour yogurt gravy



Dahi ki kadi is a delicious hyderabadi curry prepared in most of the houses. This curry is made from sour yogurt with added spices. This curry is also called as gulgulon ki kadi because of the gulgule or dumplings present in it. The dumplings are made from gram flour and are deep fried til golden and then added directly into the gravy. This curry is best served with rice.
Its light to eat, easy to cook and tastes simply delicious. What else do you want?? 
So lets start...



Ingredients :


For the gravy :


Yogurt  - 2 cup

Red chili powder - 1 Tsp

Turmeric Powder - 1/2 Tsp

Coriander Powder - 1 Tsp

Coriander leaves  - 1/2 Bunch, chopped

Curry leaves  - 10

Green chilies - 4-5, slit

Gram flour / Besan -  1 Tbsp

Onion  - 1 medium, finely sliced

Salt  - to taste

For dumplings /  Gulgule :


Gram flour - 2 cups

Salt - to taste

Red chili powder - 1/4 Tsp

Turmeric powder - 1/4 Tsp

Ginger-garlic paste - 1/2 Tsp

Soda - a pinch

Oil - for deep frying

For Seasoning / bagaar :


Cumin seeds - 1 Tsp

Mustard seeds - 1/2 Tsp

Dried Red chilies - 5 




Method:


Preparing the gravy :


In a bowl add yogurt and beat it nicely with a whisk until it is smooth.
To this add red chili powder, turmeric powder, salt, ginger-garlic paste, coriander seed powder and mix well.
Now take 1 tbsp gram flour in a small bowl, dissolve it in little water to make a smooth paste without lumps.
Add this paste to the beaten yogurt stirring continuously.
Throw in the sliced onions, chopped coriander, curry leaves and green chilies.
Add water according to the desired consistency. [ I'm adding 2 cups of water]
Now keep the mixture on medium flame for 5-7 minutes or until the green chilies turn yellowish.
Remove and keep aside.


Preparing dumplings / Gulgule :



In a bowl take gram flour, add salt, ginger-garlic paste, red chili powder, turmeric powder, soda, finely chopped coriander and make into a smooth but thick paste using enough water.
Heat oil in a wok and deep fry the dumplings to golden brown.
Remove and drain the excess oil.
Add the dumplings directly to the cooked Yogurt mixture.


Seasoning / bagaar / tadka :



Heat oil in a pan .
Add cumin seeds, mustard seeds and dried red chilies.
When they start spluttering, remove and add this to the curry.

Serve hot with a bowl of plain rice.





                      Enjoy and Good luck :)



Luv,






            





27 comments:

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Wow ! its typically looks like our "Mor Kuzhambu" recipe... For sure, it will have rocking taste...

DivyaGCP said...

Gravy looks delicious and inviting..

Ambreen (Simply Sweet 'n Savory) said...

That looks delicious! Fantastic clicks & yummy Kadi!

Sebeena Loyd said...

looks delicious

nayana said...

kadhi looks so delicious and the pics are superb..Todays post : http://nayanas-kitchen-kreations.blogspot.in/2013/05/tomato-koshimbir-raita.html

Kitchen Queen said...

little different then punjabi kadhi, but looks so delicious and awesome clicks.

Maayeka said...

delicious and perfectly done kadhi !

Ruxana Gafoor said...

delicious kadi..

divya said...

Looks absolutely delish! Drooling over here! :)

Nilu A said...

I love kadhi.. Looks absolutely delicious.. Awesome presentation and lovely colour Kauser :-)

Latha Madhusudhan said...

Such a comfort food, Super love this. Nice clicks.

Veena Theagarajan said...

looks yummy healthy one too

Nupur said...

I just lovveee Punjabi Kadhi, being one I make this quite often.. sometimes without Pakode

tempting pics.. :)

Kalyan said...

that's enticing and so simple to prepare...looks delicious!

Gayathri Ramanan said...

looks so delicious..
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preethiDhinesh said...

Love this curry

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Roha Khan said...

My Favt..:)

Shama Nagarajan said...

yummy and tempting

Amelia said...

Hi Kausers, this look very inviting. I think I can have extra rice with the gravy, look so creamy. :)

Have a wonderful week ahead.

UTs Hobby Time said...

Wow, Yummy and delicious recipe.

Simran said...

Hi kauser..very nice and tempting reciepe..can u tell me how many it serves..what if I want to make it for two..?

kausers kitchen said...

Hi Simran, glad that u liked my recipe.
Well it serves 8-10 people, if u want it for two people then reduce all the quantities to 1/4th of the original.

Faseela Noushad said...

yummy n tempting...

Simran said...

Hi I made it today but water has got seperated n curd even..y it hapenned

Shobha said...

Dahi ki kadhi looks yummy.. I loved the clicks... so nice and clear..

kausers kitchen said...

Hi Simran, dear don't worry same thing happened wid me when I made it for the first time.
Did you followed the 3rd step [ adding gram flour paste to the yogurt mix] before keep it on the stove ?

Simran said...

Yes dear I did add gram flour mixed in water..but I think whiskin is the problem..I dint had a whisk..so had to beat it spoon..any other option for whisking?

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