Kadhi is a common and popular North Indian dish. It is a thick gravy made of yogurt and chickpea flour(besan), tempered with spices. It is very easy and quick to make with minimal ingredients. Kadhi is usually served with rice and roti. In some regions it is served with khichdi too. Each state have their own version of kadhi. Kadhi gole is slightly different from the normal kadhi.
In this Maharastrian special kadhi, chana dal(split bengal gram) balls are added and cooked in the kadhi itself. Prerana of CurryIndian challenged the South team with this kadhi gole for this month's SNC. South Vs North Challenge is a monthly event started by Divya, where South and North teams challenge each other with a popular regional recipe. This kadhi can be served with rice or roti.
Notes and Tips
- Do not add ginger to the kadhi before the steam comes out. The yogurt might curdle.
- Add the chana dal balls only after the kadhi starts to boil, otherwise the balls will break and dissolve in the kadhi.