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Indian Cooking Challenge: Punjabi Pakora Kadhi October 15, 2010

I was in India last month and could not part of last month’s challenge. This month’s challenge is Punjabi Kadhi, Simran’s recipe.  Kadhi is  a yogurt based gravy, cooked in several parts of India and each part of the country has its own way of preparing it.  Growing up, I had eaten kadhi at my neighbor’s place but never Punjabi Kadhi.   So, I was excited to make it and also for a  change, it was nice to try out something other than a sweet or a snack for ICC.

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12 Responses to “Indian Cooking Challenge: Punjabi Pakora Kadhi”

  1. Rich and creamy gravy, loved it

  2. Srivalli Says:

    Looks so delicious..will be posting mine shortly, pls leave your link ..:)

  3. notyet100 Says:

    yum this looks,..never tried this,.

  4. Scraps Says:

    Looking at this month’s posts is making my hungry for pakoras all over again 😉

  5. Smitha Says:

    THanx for visiting my blog an dleaving wonderful comments….
    Kadhi making was enjoyable…eating it soooo yummm!!!

    Keep visiting!

  6. Simran Says:

    Glad you enjoyed my mom’s favorite recipe.

  7. Priya Says:

    Yummy and droolworthy kadi pakoras, very tempting and makes me hungry again..

  8. PJ Says:

    Wow tempting bowl of Kadi!Nice clicks:)

  9. Preeti Says:

    Perfect one dear…..I also enjoyed a lot 🙂

  10. G.Pavani Says:

    looks so creamy n true that we can’t make small amount of kadi..

  11. Sandhya Says:

    I m loving the kadhi….. Looks perfect…
    visiting ur space for the first time….

    Sandhya’s Kitchen

  12. sharmi Says:

    Pakodi kadhi is a evergreen recipe!! Nice platter , makes me hungry:)

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