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Pakora Kadhi

by Sonia on December 29, 2009

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Dear Pals,

Recipe Marathon Day # 5

You marathoners are tired??? You guys and I have been running since last Friday. :) Though, I still have some good stock of energy and stamina. :D Wait and watch…more yummiest recipes are coming over to you. If my plans and everything is materialized, I will post till 1st January, 2010. :) You have bombarded with series of mine and fellows’ recipes…hope you all enjoy your every visit! :)

Today, I will serve you Anita‘s Pakora Kadhi. I should say this recipe was in my draft since ages and I didn’t post it earlier. But again, Nupur’s Marathon event forced me to post it without any delay. Well, I want to save my energy and tempo for next days so I won’t re-type the recipe here. You can visit Anita’s blog for detailed recipe. She has explained very well. I have followed her recipe very closely and didn’t change a bit except adding some sugar in Kadhi. Because we like somewhat sweet and tangy taste in kadhi. OMG! What a delicious Kadhi! We just loved it and enjoyed totally. However, I don’t know how many times we have had it. So you can imagine the taste of yummy Pakora kadhi.

I am regular reader of Anita’s blog as she has a pile of tasty and yummy recipes with rustic touch. Here you can visit to Pakora wali Kadhi recipe.

Thank you Anita! :)

Enjoy! Ciao.

  • love love love kadhi pakora. I can have a plateful of steamed rice with your kadhi. looks amazingly tasty.

    • Thanks Sayantani. Yes, it goes well with steamed rice. yum! :)

  • PJ

    Picture screams comfort food, Sonia! Great click and looks delicious!

    • Thanks so much PJ. :)

  • Cham

    Hmm I love this kadhi with dumpling! U guys have lots of energy! keep it up!

    • Thanks Cham. I love this dumpling kadhi too :)

  • sharanya

    Glad to know you are doing good with the marathon. Nice to see so many recipes. Yet to try all of your recipes. Kadi Pakodi is one of my favorite. Last Wednesday I had it in the Gurudwara. It was so yummy.

    • Thank you Sharanya. You have lot of recipes to try now, do try and let me know. Wow…you had this kadhi at Gurudwara. cool! :)

  • this is the type of Kadhi I enjoy the most…..love the look of the tadka on top. :)

  • picture looks so temptin,..;-)

  • I totally know how good this kadhi is, having made it myself! The photograph is mind-blowing, Sonia!

  • Sonia – you picked one of the best recipes from the blog! And that ghee-ka-tadka in the end really makes this kadhi! :-)

  • I was blog-hopping favorites to ogle at new recipes, and lo and behold! I love the changes to the blog … fabulous!

  • rush

    Sone, i tried the pakora kadhi and trust me, it was fantastic and unbelievably yummy…i used to make the kadhi, lekin this time, it was a fab finish.
    sorry, i posted the comment in the wrong post…guess what im trying today?? the 5 lentil daal

  • thanks for dropping by sonia! love your site too :) great punjabi recipes!! i will be trying them all out :)

    • Sonia

      Thanks Rajani for stopping by here! Glad you liked my version of Punjabi dishes. :)

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