Mattha Tadka/ Whey Tempering

Mattha Tadka/ Whey Tempering
Mattha Tadka/ Whey Tempering
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Mattha Tadka/ Whey Tempering

Everyone likes whey liquid/ mattha.Some people like to eat whey with salt and others with sugar.
Whey is the liquid remaining after milk has been curdled and strained in the process of making cheese.
Today we will see how to do tadka/ tempering in whey. Eating white salt or black salt in whey gives a lot of relief and soothes to the stomach and is also very good for health.
Follow the below given method step by step to make mattha tadka or whey tempering…
Course Breakfast, Dinner, Drinks, Indian, Lunch, Main Course, Main Dish, Side Dish, Snacks, Soup
Cuisine American, Breakfast, Chinese, French, Indian, Italian, Japanese, Main
Prep Time 0 minutes
Cook Time 1 minute
Total Time 1 minute
Servings 4 people
Calories 27kcal
Cost 15 rupee

Equipment

  • Big Bowl
  • Spatula/ Big Spoon

Ingredients

  • 250 grams Whey
  • 1/2 tsp Cumin / Jeera Seeds
  • 1 pinch Asafoetida / Heeng
  • 1 tsp Mustard Oil/ Sarson Tel
  • as per taste Black Salt

Instructions

  • First take 250 grams of whey/ mattha in a vessel or bowl.
    First take 250 grams of whey/ mattha in a vessel or bowl.
  • Take one whole red chily.
    Take one whole red chily.
  • Put a spoon on the gas. Keep the flame on medium.
    Put a spoon on the gas. Keep the flame on medium.
  • After this, pour one teaspoon mustard oil in a spoon.
  • When the oil is hot, break half teaspoon of cumin and one red chilli into it.
    When the oil is hot, break half teaspoon of cumin and one red chili into it.
  • As soon as the cumin starts crackling, add a pinch ofasafoetida. Keep in mind cumin should properly crackle
  • After this, pour the tempering in the whey/ mattha, cover the vessel with a plate as soon as you add the tempering.
    After this, pour the tempering in the whey/ mattha, cover the vessel with a plate as soon as you add the tempering. So that the fragrance of asafetida should remain in the whey liquid or mattha.
  • So that the fragrance of asafetida should remain in the whey liquid or mattha.
    So that the fragrance of asafetida should remain in the whey liquid or mattha.
  • Remove the plate after 10 seconds.
  • When you have to eat whey, add black salt as per taste before adding it to the whey. If you add salt to the whey long before eating,the whey will turn sour.
  • Take the whey in a bowl and eat it with food, or you can also eat the whey separately.
    Take the whey in a bowl and eat it with food, or you can also eat the whey separately.

Notes

  1. Whey liquid/ mattha is very good and soothing for the stomach in summer, with it, whey also reduces body heat.
  2. Liquid whey contains lactose, vitamins, protein, and minerals, along with traces of fat.
  3. Because whey contains lactose, it should be avoided by those who are lactose intolerant.
  4. When used as a food additive, whey can contribute to quantities of lactose far above the level of tolerance of most lactose-intolerant individuals.
You can also try few raita’s as well…
  1. Carrot Radish / Gazar Mooli Raita
  2. Bottle Gourd Raita
  3. Pudina/ Mint Raita
  4. Mix Veg Raita
  5. Boondi Raita
  6. Kheera / Cucumber Raita

Carrot Radish Raita/ Gazar Mooli Raita

Carrot Radish Raita/ Gazar Mooli Raita
Carrot Radish Raita/ Gazar Mooli Raita
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Carrot Radish Raita/ Gazar Mooli Raita

Curd/ Yogurt/ Daucus carota is very good for the stomach, It soothes stomach. Curd/ yogurt is eaten in many ways. Similarly, raita can be prepare from curd/yogurt, there are different types of raita we can made from curd.
Have you eaten carrot radish raita/ gazar mooli raita?
Today we will learn how to make carrot radish raita/ gazar mooli raita, follow the method given below to make carrot radish raita/ gazar mooli raita…
Course Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch, Main Course, Main Dish, Salad, Side Dish
Cuisine Breakfast, dinner, Indian, lunch, Main
Prep Time 2 minutes
Cook Time 3 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Servings 2 people
Calories 54kcal
Cost 20 rupee

Equipment

  • Bowl
  • Knife
  • Blender/ Mathani
  • Grater/ Kaddukas

Ingredients

  • 20 grams or 1 tsp Raddish/ Mooli
  • 20 grams or 1 tsp Carrot/ Gazar
  • 1/4 tsp Roasted Cumin Powder
  • 150 grams Curd / Dahi / Yogurt
  • 1/4 tsp Black Pepper / Kali Mirch
  • one pinch Red Chili / Lal Mirch Powder, optional
  • as per taste Black Salt
  • as per taste White Salt

Instructions

  • Take 50 grams of carrots, 50 grams of radish.
    Take 50 grams of carrots, 50 grams of radish.
  • Peel the carrots and radish.
  • Grate carrots and radish with grater.
    Grate carrots and radish with the grater.
  • Take one spoon of chopped green coriander.
    Cut approximately 2 tablespoons of green coriander leaves.
  • Take about 150 grams of curd/ yogurt in a bowl.
    Take about 150 grams of curd/ yogurt in a bowl.
  • Beat the curd with spoon or beater. Add carrot and radish to the whipped curd/ yogurt.
    Beat the curd with spoon or beater. Add carrot and radish to the whipped curd/ yogurt.
  • Add 1/4 teaspoon black pepper powder, 1/4 teaspoon roasted cumin powder, a little black salt and a little white salt to the curd.
    Add 1/4 teaspoon black pepper powder, 1/4 teaspoon roasted cumin powder, a little black salt and a little white salt to the curd.
  • You can also use either black salt or white salt as per your taste.
  • Add little red chili powder along with it. If you do not eatred chili powder, do not add red chili powder.
  • Mix all the spices well in the curd/ yogurt.
    Mix all the spices well in the curd/ yogurt.
  • Sprinkle chopped green coriander leaves.
    Sprinkle chopped green coriander leaves.
  • Carrot radish raita/ gazar mooli is ready.
    Carrot radish raita/ gazar mooli is ready.
  • This raita is made very quickly.
    This raita is very tasty to eat and is also beneficial for the stomach.
    This raita is made very quickly.This raita is very tasty to eat and is also beneficial for the stomach.

Taro / Colocasia / Arbi or Ghuiya Curry( Raseele ) Recipe

Serve the colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan gravy recipe hot.
Serve the colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan gravy recipe hot.
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Taro / Colocasia / Arbi or Ghuiya Curry( Raseele ) Recipe

Colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan is often enjoyed by people, it can also be made with spices, curd and plain, it can be made as well as the dry vegetable of colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan and it is delicious to eat colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan gravy recipe too.
Today, we will see how to make the gravy recipe of colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan. Follow the below method step by step to make colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan gravy recipe…
Course Breakfast, Dinner, Indian, Lunch, Main Course, Main Dish, Side Dish, Snacks
Cuisine American, Breakfast, dinner, Indian, Main, Mexican
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes
Servings 4 People
Calories 88kcal
Cost 30 rupee

Equipment

  • Kadhai / Fry Pan
  • Spatula
  • Knife
  • Plate
  • Bowl
  • Spoon

Ingredients

  • 10-12 unit Taro/ Colocasia/ Ghuiyan/ Arbi, or 200 grams
  • 1 unit Big Onion / Bada Pyaz, or 100 grams
  • 1 tsp Turmeric Powder/ Haldi Powder
  • 1 tsp Coriander / Dhaniya Powder
  • 1 pinch Asafoetida / Heeng
  • 1/2 tsp Carom / Ajwain Seeds
  • 1/2 tsp Cumin/ Jeera Seeds
  • 3 tsp Oil / Tel
  • 1 unit Green Chili / Hari Mirch
  • 7-8 unit Garlic / Lahsun
  • 1/4 tsp Garam Masala Powder
  • 1/2 tsp Red Chili Powder / Lal Mirch Powder
  • 1 tsp Raw Mango Powder/Amchur Powder
  • 1/2 tsp Chat Masala Powder
  • as per taste Salt / Namak

Instructions

  • Take about 200 grams or 10 or 12 colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan to make colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan gravy vegetables.
  • Peel off the taro/ colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan with knives.
    Peel off the taro/ colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan with knives.
  • Rinse the colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan well with water.
  • Keep in mind that there is no soil left in the colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan.
  • Cut the colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan into round slices.
    Cut the colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan into round slices.
  • Take a large onion or about 100 grams of onion, finely chop the onion.
    Take a large onion or about 100 grams of onion, finely chop the onion.
  • Peel 6 to 4 garlic and finely chop. Then add chopped garlic, chopped green chili and chopped ginger.
    Peel 6 to 4 garlic and finely chop. Then add chopped garlic, chopped green chili and chopped ginger.
  • Cut 3 teaspoons green coriander leaves.
    Cut 3 teaspoons green coriander leaves.
  • Put the kadhai/ fry pan on the gas.
    Put the kadhai/ fry pan on the gas.
  •  Put two to three teaspoons of oil in the kadhai/ fry pan.
     Put two to three teaspoons of oil in the kadhai/ fry pan.
  •  Turn the flame on high.
  • Put 1/2 spoon of cumin/ jeera seeds in the kadhai/ fry pan.
    Put one spoon of cumin/ jeera seeds in the kadhai/ fry pan.
  • When the cumin starts crackling, then add 1/2 spoon of carom/ ajwain seed.
    When the cumin starts crackling, then add 1/2 spoon of carom/ ajwain seed.
  • Add a pinch of asafoetida in kadhai/ fry pan.
    Add a pinch of asafoetida in kadhai/ fry pan.
  • Add chopped green chili, garlic, ginger to the kadhai/ fry pan.
    Add chopped green chili, garlic, ginger to the kadhai/ fry pan.
  •  Fry ginger and garlic well.
     Fry ginger and garlic well.
  • Add finely chopped onion in kadhai/ fry pan once the ginger and garlic are fried.
    Add finely chopped onion in kadhai/ fry pan once the ginger and garlic are fried. Fry the onion.
  • Fry the onion.
    Fry the onion.
  • Fry the onion till light brown.
    Fry the onion till light brown.
  • When onion turns light brown, add one spoon turmeric powder to it.
    When onion turns light brown, add one spoon turmeric powder to it.
  • Mix turmeric powder with onion.
  • After this, add chopped colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan in the kadhai/ fry pan.
    After this, add chopped colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan in the kadhai/ fry pan.
  • Mix the colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan well in the onion.
    Mix the colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan well in the onion.
  • After this, add salt in colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan and mix salt well in colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan.
    After this, add salt in colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan and mix salt well in colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan.
  • After this, add salt in colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan and mix salt well in colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan.
  • After this, add 150 grams or one cup of water in colocasia/ arbi or ghuiyan.
    After this, add 150 grams or one cup of water in colocasia/ arbi or ghuiyan.
  • After this, add 150 grams or one cup of water in colocasia/ arbi or ghuiyan.
  • Cover the kadhai/ fry pan with a plate.
    Cover the kadhai/ fry pan with a plate.
  • Turn down the flame to medium.
  • Remove the plate from the kadhai/ fry pan after 10 minutes, stir the colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan with a spoon.
    Remove the plate from the kadhai/ fry pan after 10 minutes, stir the colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan with a spoon.
  • Now put 400 grams or 2.5 cups of water in the kadhai/ fry pan. If you want more stock then you can add a half cup of more water.
    Now put 400 grams or 2.5 cups of water in the kadhai/ fry pan. If you want more stock then you can add a half cup of more water.
  • Keep the flame on medium.
  • Add 1 teaspoon of coriander powder.
    Add 1 teaspoon of coriander powder.
  • Add 1/4 teaspoon garam masala powder, 1/2 teaspoon red chili powder in colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan.
    Add 1/4 teaspoon garam masala powder, 1/2 teaspoon red chili powder in colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan.
  • Mix the spices well.
    Mix the spices well.
  • Mix the spices well.
  • Cover the kadhai/ fry pan again with a plate.
    Cover the kadhai/ fry pan again with a plate.
  • Remove the plate of kadhai/ fry pan after 7 to 8 minutes.
    Remove the plate of kadhai/ fry pan after 7 to 4 minutes.
  • Press colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan with a spoon to see if colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan is cooked or not.
  • Add about a teaspoon of raw mango/ khatai powder to the colocasia/ arbi or ghuiyan.
    Add about a teaspoon of raw mango/ khatai powder to the colocasia/ arbi or ghuiyan.
  • Add 1/4 teaspoon of chat masala powder with it, if you do not want to add chat masala powder then do not add chat masala powder.
  • Mix raw mango/ khatai powder and chat masala powder well. Turn down the flame.
    Mix raw mango/ khatai powder and chat masala powder well. Turn down the flame.
  • Allow the curry recipe to cook on low heat for 2 to 3 minutes.
  • Add chopped coriander to the curry.
  • Serve the colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan gravy recipe hot.
    Serve the colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan gravy recipe hot.
  • Eat colocasia / arbi or ghuiyan gravy recipe with roti, paratha, and poori.

Arbi(Ghuiya)/Arvi Ki Upavasa Ki Sookhi Sabji/ Colocasia Fasting Dry Recipe

Take out the fried colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi in a plate.
Serve the fried colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi with curd or raita and chutney.
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Arbi(Ghuiya)/Arvi Ki Upavasa Ki Sookhi Sabji/ Colocasia Fasting Dry Recipe

All have their own ways of fasting. Some people drink only water and some eat at one time a day.
The question of what to eat or not to eat during fasting is always in mind.
One should always try that whatever we eat should be light.
Rock salt is used in fasting.
Colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi in fasting is a very good option.
Where the colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi are mild in food, it is also very beneficial for health.
Follow the below method step by step to make fasting colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi dry recipe…
Course Breakfast, Dinner, Indian, Lunch, Main Course, Main Dish
Cuisine Indian, Main
Prep Time 1 minute
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 21 minutes
Servings 4 people
Calories 90kcal
Cost 25 rupee

Equipment

  • Pressure Cooker
  • Kadhai / Fry Pan
  • Knife
  • Plate
  • Spatula

Ingredients

  • 400 grams Colocasia/ Ghuiyaan / Arbi
  • 2 tsp Desi Ghee / Fresh Butter
  • 1 tsp Cumin Seed / Jeera
  • 1/2 tsp Carom / Ajwain Seeds
  • 4 unit Green Chili / Hari Mirch
  • 2 tsp Coriander leaves / Dhaniya Patti
  • as per taste Fasting Salt / Sendha Namak / Rock Salt

Instructions

  • Take 400 grams of colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi to make colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi recipe.
  • Wash and put the knives in the pressure cooker.
  • Pour water into the cooker, the water level should be half an inch higher than the level of the colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi.
    Take Arabic first. Put the arbi in the cooker and add water. Close the cooker's lid and put it on the gas. Allow a whistle in the cooker. If the Arabic is too stiff then apply two whistles.
  • Close the cooker's lid and put it on the gas.
  • Turn the flame on high.
  • When 2 whistles come in the cooker, turn off the gas.
  • If the colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi are very tight, allow one more whistle.
  • When the pressure of the cooker drops. Then open the lid and pour cold water.
    When the pressure in the cooker comes out, remove the peel of the Arabic.
  • Peel the colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi and cut it into rounds.
    Peel the colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi and cut it into rounds.
  • Finely chop 3 green chilies.
    Finely chop 3 green chilies.
  • Finely chop 3 tsp green coriander leaves.
    Finely chop 3 tsp green coriander leaves.
  • Put a kadhai/ fry pan on the gas.
    Put a kadhai/ fry pan on the gas.
  • Add 2 tablespoons of desi ghee in the kadhai/ fry pan.
    Add 2 tablespoons of desi ghee in the kadhai/ fry pan.
  • Desi ghee can be added more or less according to your taste.
  • When the ghee becomes hot, add one spoon cumin seeds to the ghee.
    When the ghee becomes hot, add one spoon cumin seeds to the ghee.
  • When the cumin starts crackling, add carom/ajwain seeds.
    When the cumin starts crackling, add carom/ajwain seeds.
  • After that, add chopped green chilies in the kadhai/ fry pan.
    After that, add chopped green chilies in the kadhai/ fry pan.
  • Fry the green chilies.
    Fry the green chilies.
  • When the green chilies are fried, add the chopped colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi in the kadhai/ fry pan.
    When the green chilies are fried, add the chopped colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi in the kadhai/ fry pan.
  • Stir the colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi with a spatula.
    Stir the colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi with a spatula.
  • Add rock salt/ senda namak to the colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi.
    Add rock salt/ senda namak to the colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi.
  • Stir the rock salt/ senda namak well in the colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi.
    Stir the rock salt/ senda namak well in the colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi.
  • Cover the kadhai/ fry pan with lid.
    Cover the kadhai/ fry pan with lid.
  • Open the lid after 2 minutes.
    Open the lid after 2 minutes.
  • Fry the colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi well.
  • Keep stirring the colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi in continuously.
    Keep stirring the colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi in continuously.
  • Fry the colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi till it becomes light brown.
    Fry the colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi till it becomes light brown.
  • When the curry turns light brown, add chopped coriander to the fried colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi.
    When the curry turns light brown, add chopped coriander to the fried colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi.
  • Add green coriander to the kadhai/ fry pan and mix well.
    Add green coriander to the kadhai/ fry pan and mix well.
  • Sprinkle 3 tsp juice of the lemon on fried colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi.
  • Mix well.
  • After that turn off the gas.
    After that turn off the gas.
  • Take out the fried colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi in a plate.
    Take out the fried colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi in a plate.
  • Serve the fried colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi with curd or raita and chutney.
    Serve the fried colocasia /ghuiyaan or arbi with curd or raita and chutney.

Notes

You can also try recipe’s of colocasia/ arbi/ taro …
  1. Colocasia/ arbi/ taro ghuiya curry recipe
  2. Yogurt colocasia/ Dahi arbi/ Dahi ghuiya Recipe

Besan Pakora Kadhi / बेसन पकोड़ा कढ़ी

Besan Pakora Kadhi is a very quick recipe. If you are full of food by eating lentils and vegetables every day and want to eat something good and light, then Pakora Kadhi is the best option for you. Kadhi on one side is light for the stomach, while the curd is also light for the stomach. If you want to make Besan Pakora Kadhi, follow the method given below...
Besan Pakora Kadhi / बेसन पकोड़ा कढ़ी
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Besan Pakora Kadhi / बेसन पकोड़ा कढ़ी

Besan Pakora Kadhi is a very quick recipe.
If you became bore by eating lentils and vegetables every day and want to eat something good and light, then Pakora Kadhi is the best option for you.
Kadhi on one side is light for the stomach, while the curd is also light for the stomach.
If you want to make Besan Pakora Kadhi, follow the method given below…
Course Dinner, Indian, Lunch, Main Course, Main Dish
Cuisine Indian
Prep Time 6 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings 5 people
Calories 241kcal
Cost 40 rupee

Equipment

  • Kadhai / Fry Pan
  • Bowl
  • Big Spoon/ chamcha
  • Knife/ Chaku
  • Mortar and Pestle/ Khallad Moosar
  • Hand Mixer/ Mathani

Ingredients

  • 6.5 tsp Gram Flour / Besan, Here 4 tsp is for making pakauda's and 2.5 tsp for making curry
  • 1 Unit Green Chili / Hari Mirch
  • 100 ml Oil / Desi Ghee
  • 1 tsp Coarse Coriander Seeds/ Dardari khadi Dhaniya
  • 1/2 tsp Whole Coriander Seeds/ Dhaniaya Beej
  • 2 tsp Green Coriander Leaves / Hari Dhaniya Patti
  • 1 inch Ginger / Adrak
  • 250-300 gram Sour Curd / Dahi / Yogurt
  • 10 leaf Curry Leaves
  • 1 tsp Cumin Seeds/ Jeera
  • 2 Unit Whole Red Chili / Khadi Lal Mirch
  • 1/2 tsp Fenugreek Seeds/ Methi Dana
  • 1 pinch Asafoetida / Heeng
  • 1.5 tsp Desi Ghee
  • as per taste Salt / Namak
  • 4-5 small ball Tartaric
  • 2-3 Unit Clove/ Laung

Instructions



  • To make besan/gram flour pakora kadhi, First, we will make pakoras of kadhi.
    To make pakora's of besan pakora kadhi/ gram pakora kadhi, take 4 spoons gram flour.






    To make pakora's of besan pakora kadhi/ gram pakora kadhi, take 4 spoons gram flour.


  • Now add 3 teaspoons chopped coriander leaves to the gram flour and also add chopped green chilies, 1/4 teaspoon salt.






    Now add 3 teaspoons chopped coriander leaves to the gram flour and also add chopped green chilies, 1/4 teaspoon salt.


  • Add half teaspoon of coriander seeds, asafoetida, salt to taste.






    Add half teaspoon of coriander seeds, asafoetida, salt to taste.


  • Now take water in a glass.






    Now take water in a glass.


  • And add some water.






    And add some water.


  • Take care not to add too much water.
    Paste should not be watery.
    Paste should be a little thick.
    You have to add a small quantity of water so that pakoras/dumplings can be made easily.
    Now whisk the gram flour well with a fork or hand mixer, so that lumps should not form.






    Take care not to add too much water. Paste should not be watery. Paste should be a little thick. You have to add a small quantity of water so that dumplings can be made easily. Now whisk the gram flour well with a fork or hand mixer, so that lumps should not form.


  • Whisk the gram flour for at least 4 minutes.








  • So while frying the gram flour pakora's/dumplings, it will flourish well and will be soft as well.








  • So that when you add pakora's/dumplings to gram flour gravy, the pakora's/dumplings will be very soft to eat.
    So that when you add pakora's/dumplings to gram flour gravy, the pakora's/dumplings will be very soft to eat.
  • Cover the bowl with a plate, let it sit for 2 minutes.
    Cover the bowl with a plate, let it sit for 2 minutes.


  • Then take another bowl, fill the bowl with water.


    Fill about a glass of water.












    Then take another bowl, fill the bowl with water.


  • Put a kadhai/ fry pan/ cauldron on the gas.






    Put a kadhai/ fry pan/ cauldron on the gas.


  • Add about 100 ml oil to the kadhai/ fry pan/ cauldron.






    Add about 100 ml oil to the kadhai/ fry pan/ cauldron.


  • When the oil is hot, drop round-shaped pakora's/dumplings to the oil.






    When the oil is hot, drop round-shaped pakora's/dumplings to the oil.


  • Keep in mind the oil should be heated.








  • As soon as the pakora's/dumplings are added to the oil, the pakora's/dumplings
    will start to fritters.






    As soon as the pakora's/dumplings are added to the oil, the pakora's/dumplings will start to fritters.


  • Fry the pakora's/dumplings from both the sides till they turn light brown.






    Fry the pakora's/dumplings from both the sides till they turn light brown.


  • Remove the pakora's/dumplings with a spoon.






    Remove the pakora's/dumplings with a spoon.
  • And immediately add them to the water bowl.
    And immediately add them to the water bowl.
  • Cover the bowl with a lid.
    Cover the bowl with a lid.


  • This will make the pakora's/dumplings soft.






  • Similarly, make all the gram flour pakora's/dumplings and put them in a bowl of water.



    Similarly, make all the gram flour dumplings and put them in a bowl of water.
  • Cover the lid of the bowl.
    Cover the lid of the bowl.
  • If you want, you can also make extra pakora's/dumplings, keep the extra pakora's/dumplings that you have made, and you can eat them with tea or chutney.






  • After this take 2 red chilies, one spoon cumin, take 8 -10 curry leaves.



  • Take one inch of ginger and finely chop it, grind one spoon of coriander seeds in a mortar and pestle(khallad moosar) as shown below image.





    After this take 2 red chilies, one spoon cumin, take 8 -10 curry leaves.


  • Take 2.5 teaspoon gram flour in a vessel.






    Take 2.5 teaspoon gram flour in a vessel.
  • Add about 250 to 300 grams of curd over the gram flour.



    Add about 250 to 300 grams of curd over the gram flour.
  • Add one spoon turmeric powder along with it.



  • Add one spoon turmeric powder along with it.


    And with that add a spoon of ginger-garlic paste. If you do not want to add ginger-garlic paste, you can avoid adding ginger-garlic paste.



    Add one spoon turmeric powder along with it. And with that add a spoon of ginger-garlic paste. If you do not want to add ginger-garlic paste, you can also avoid it.
  • Mix the gram flour and curd well with the hand mixer.



    Mix the gram flour and curry well with the hand mixer.
  • Make sure, properly blend gram flour and curd well, no lumps should be formed.


  • Now take out the extra oil from the kadhai/ fry pan/ cauldron in which we made the pakora's/dumplings.








  • Leave 2 tablespoons of oil left in the kadhai/ fry pan.
    Now take out the extra oil from the cauldron in which we made the dumplings. Leave 2 tablespoons of oil left in the pan.


  • Switch on the gas, keep the flame high.








  • When the oil is hot, add one teaspoon of cumin seeds to the oil, along with chopped ginger, add 2 to 3 crushed cloves, half teaspoon coarse coriander seeds.






    When the oil is hot, add one teaspoon of cumin seeds to the oil, along with chopped ginger, add 2 to 3 crushed cloves, half teaspoon coarse coriander seeds.


  • When the ginger is fried, add a pinch of asafoetida, half teaspoon fenugreek seeds, curry leaves, 2 red chillies to the kadhai/ fry pan.
    Before putting red chillies in the kadhai/ fry pan, break the red chillies from the middle.









    When the ginger is fried, add a pinch of asafoetida, half teaspoon fenugreek seeds, curry leaves, 2 red chillies to the kadhai/ fry pan.
  • Now fry all the spices well for 30 seconds.



  • After this, put half a glass of water in the kadhai/ fry pan.



    After this, put half a glass of water in the kadhai/ fry pan.
  • After this, put the gram flour and curd solution in the kadhai/ fry pan, which we have made previously.



    After this, put the gram flour and curd solution in the kadhai/ fry pan, which we have made previously.


  • Now stir the solution well with a spoon.






    Now stir the solution well with a spoon.


  • Then add about a glass of water.








  • You can add water according to your choice.






    Then add about a glass of water. You can add water according to your choice. Add more water if you like thin gravy. And if you like thick gravy, then you add less amount of water. Keep in mind that the flame of the gas should remain high.


  • Add more water if you like a thin gravy.








  • And if you like thick gravy, then you add less amount of water.






    And if you like thick gravy, then you add less amount of water.


  • Keep in mind that the flame of the gas should remain high.








  • Stir the gravy until it comes to a boil.






    Stir the curd and gram flour until it comes to a boil.


  • As soon as the gravy comes to a boil, take pakora's/ dumplings out of the water and put them in the kadhai/ fry pan.






    As soon as the solution comes to a boil, take pakora's/ dumplings out of the water and put them in the kadhai/ fry pan.
  • After adding the pakora's/dumplings, add salt to the gravy.
    Keep in mind, we should add salt when the gravy starts boiling, otherwise, curd and gram flour will be separated, and the taste of kadhi will spoil.



    After adding the pakora's/dumplings, add salt to the gravy.


  • Turn down the flame to slow.








  • And let the kadhi cook on slow heat for about 10 minutes.








  • Now switch on another gas, place a tadka pan/ tempering pan on the gas.






    Now on another gas, place a tadka pan/ tempering pan on the gas.


  • Add 1.5 teaspoons of desi ghee to the tadka pan/ tempering pan.






    Add 1.5 teaspoons of desi ghee to the tadka pan/ tempering pan.
  • When the desi ghee becomes hot, add one spoon cumin/ jeera seeds to the pan.



    When the desi ghee becomes hot, add one spoon cumin/ jeera seeds to the pan


  • When the cumin/ jeera starts crackling, break two red chilies and add them to the ghee.






    When the cumin/ jeera starts crackling, break two red chilies and add them to the ghee.


  • Now turn off the gas, immediately after that add a pinch of asafoetida and after that add half a teaspoon of red chili powder.


    Remember to turn off the gas before adding red chili powder.


    Otherwise, red chili powder will burn.






    Now turn off the gas, immediately after that add a pinch of asafoetida and after that add half a teaspoon of red chili powder. Remember to turn off the gas before adding red chili powder. Otherwise, red chili powder will burn.


  • Kadhi would be on other gas on low flame.
    Wait for 10 minutes, continue to simmer the kadhi on the gas.
    After that switch off the gas.


     








    Kadhi would be on other gas on low flame. Wait for 10 minutes, continue to simmer the kadhi on the gas. After that switch off the gas.
  • If you want kadhi more sour and the kadhi is not sour.
  • So you can also use tartaric in Kadhi, but remember that tartaric is very sour, so if you want to use Tatri, use a small amount of tartaric.


  • Kadhi will become very sour with the use of a little bit of tartaric. And the use of excess tartaric can also harm the body. So use a little amount.


  • If you are using tartaric, let the kadhi cook for another 2 minutes after putting it.






    Serve with green coriander leaves and desi ghee tadka over the curry.


  • Serve with green coriander leaves and desi ghee tadka over the curry.






    Serve with green coriander leaves and desi ghee tadka over the curry.


  • If you want, you can eat Kadhi by adding a spoonful of desi ghee.


    The taste of kadhi becomes very good by adding desi ghee.






    If you want, you can eat Kadhi by adding a spoonful of desi ghee.

Notes

  1. If you have an upset stomach and feel like eating something light.
  2. So eat kadhi, this will give a lot of relief to your stomach.
  3. Even if you have loose motion, eating hot curry gives a lot of benefit in the stomach.
  4. You can try Punjabi Pyaz Pkoda Kadhi
You can try below chutney’s with besan pakoda’s, which we made extra.
  1. Coconut Peanut Chutney / नारियल मूंगफली की चटनी
  2. Tamatar Dhaniya Chutney / Tomato Coriander Chutney
  3. Gooseberry Chutney / Amla Chutney
  4. Raw Mango Chutney / Amiya Ki Chutney
  5. Tamarind / Imli Chatni

Yogurt Colocasia(arvi/ Arbi/ Taro) / दही अरबी / Curd Colocasia

दही अरवी
Yogurt Arabic / दही अरबी / Curd Colocasia
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Yogurt Colocasia(Arvi/ Arbi/ Taro) / दही अरबी / Curd Colocasia

Yogurt is very good for our stomach.Yogurt can be eaten in many ways.You can also eat salt or sugar in curd.Or Curd Raita is also eaten.Those who do not like milk can also eat curd instead of milk.Today I will tell you how to make curd arbi, follow the steps given below to make curd arbi (Curd Colocasia) …
Course Dinner, Indian, Lunch, Main Dish
Cuisine dinner, Indian, lunch, Main
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Servings 5 People
Calories 54kcal

Equipment

  • Pressure Cooker
  • Fry Pan/ Kadhai/ Wok
  • Spatula/ Chamcha
  • Bowl
  • Knife
  • Plate
  • Lid

Ingredients

  • 200 Grams Curd/ Yogurt/ Dahi
  • 13 – 14 Unit Colocasia/ Ghuiya/ Arbi
  • 2 – 3 Unit Clove/ Laung
  • 2 Unit Green Chili/ Hari Mirch
  • 2 Unit Whole Red Chili/ Whole Lal Mirch
  • 1/2 tsp Cumin/ Jeera
  • 1/2 tsp Carom/ Ajvain
  • 1/2 tsp Red Chili / Lal Mirch Powder
  • 2 tsp Oil/ Desi Ghee/ Butter
  • 1/2 tsp Coriander Seeds/ Dhaniya Beej
  • as per taste Salt/ Namak

Instructions

  • Take colocasia / arbi first. Put the colocasia / arbi in the cooker and add water.
    Take Arabic first. Put the arbi in the cooker and add water. Close the cooker's lid and put it on the gas. Allow a whistle in the cooker. If the Arabic is too stiff then apply two whistles.
  • Close the cooker’s lid and put it on the gas.
  • Allow a whistle in the cooker.
  • If the colocasia / arbi is too stiff then apply two whistles.
  • When the pressure in the cooker comes out, remove the peel of the colocasia / arbi.
    When the pressure in the cooker comes out, remove the peel of the Arabic.
  • And cut the colocasia / arbi into slices.
    And cut the arbi into slices.
  • Take 1/2 teaspoon cumin / jeera .
    Take 1/2 teaspoon cumin / jeera .
  • Take 2 to 3 cloves and grind them.
    Take 2 to 3 cloves and grind them.
  • Take 1/2 teaspoon coriander / dhaniya seed.
  • Chop green chilies finely.
    Chop green chilies finely.
  • If you have carom, then take a carom / ajwain leaf.
    If you have celery, then take a carom / ajwain leaf.
  • Cut the carom / ajwain leaf.
    Cut the carom / ajwain leaf.
  • It doesn’t matter if there is no celery leaf.
  • Take half a teaspoon of celery seeds.
    It doesn't matter if there is no celery leaf. Take half a teaspoon of celery seeds.
  • Take 2 red chili peppers.
    Take 2 red chili peppers.
  • Take 200 grams of curd and beat it well.
  • Put kadhai/pan on the gas.
    Put kadai / pan on the gas.
  • Add desi ghee in the kadai / pan.
    Add desi ghee in the pan.
  • When the oil is hot, add cumin seeds in the oil.
    When the oil is hot, add cumin seeds in the oil, when the cumin starts crackling, add celery.
  • When the cumin starts crackling, add carom seeds.
    When the cumin starts crackling, add carom seeds.
  • If there is carom leaves, then chop the carom leaves, chopped green chilies and red chillies into 2 parts.
    If there is carom leaves, then chop the carom leaves, chopped green chilies and red chillies into 2 parts.
  • When the green chillies fry lightly.
    When the green chillies fry lightly. Then add turmeric powder.
  • Then add turmeric powder.
    Then add turmeric powder.
  • Turmeric will be cooked in 10 seconds.
    Turmeric will be cooked in 10 seconds.
  • Now add chopped colocasia / arbi.
    Now add chopped colocasia / arbi.
  • Add colocasia / arbi to the spices.
    Add colocasia / arbi to the spices.
  • Allow the colocasia / arbi to fry.
    Allow the colocasia / arbi to fry.
  • And reduce the flame to medium.
  • And let the colocasia / arbi fry for 5 minutes.
  • When the colocasia / arbi fries started to turn light brown. Then pour the whipped curd in the kadai / pan.
    When the colocasia / arbi fries started to turn light brown. Then pour the whipped curd in the kadai / pan.
  • Mix curd with colocasia / arbi. Allow the colocasia / arbi to cook.
    Mix curd with colocasia / arbi. Allow the colocasia / arbi to cook.
  • Stir the colocasia / arbi with a spoon so that the curd does not break.
    Stir the colocasia / arbi with a spoon so that the curd does not break. Stir the colocasia / arbi with a spoon until the gravy comes to a boil.
  • Stir the colocasia / arbi with a spoon until the gravy comes to a boil.
  • When the gravy starts boiling, add 100 grams of water to the gravy.
    When the gravy starts boiling, add 100 grams of water to the gravy.
  • If you want to increase gravy, then you can add water according to your taste.
  • Now turn the flame on high.
  • And stir the gravy with a spoon.
  • Cook the gravy till it boils.
  • When the gravy starts boiling then add red chili powder in the gravy.
    When the gravy starts boiling then add red chili powder in the gravy.
  • Also add salt as per taste.
  • Turn down the flame to low.
  • Let the curry cook on low heat for 5 minutes.
  • Add green coriander leaves to the curry.
    Add green coriander leaves to the curry.
  • Serve curd arbi / dahi arbi / dahi ghuiya with roti / chapati and rice.
    Serve curd arbi / dahi arbi / dahi ghuiya with roti / chapati and rice.
  • Yogurt can be eaten with poori as well.

Video

Notes

  1. One of the many yogurt benefits is that it helps improve your digestion.
  2. Yogurt can strengthen your immune system.
  3. Yogurt contains calcium, which plays a huge role in strengthening your bones and teeth.
  4. It also contains phosphorus which combines with calcium to promote bone growth.
  5. Eating yogurt regularly will help prevent diseases like arthritis and osteoporosis.
  6. Yogurt helps to relieve anxiety and stress.
  7. Yogurt can help to lose weight.
  8. Yogurt enhances skin texture.
  9. Arbi/colocasia vegetable is not only popular in general diet but also as a fruit, but due to its latter nature, we do not pay attention to its nutrients.
  10. 100 grams of Arbi/colocasia has 42 grams of calories, which is more than potatoes.
  11. Apart from this, it has many essential nutrients like 3.7 grams of fiber, five grams of protein, 648 milligrams of potassium, vitamin A, C, calcium and iron.
  12. Its digestion is easy because of the high fiber. It is beneficial for the skin due to the abundance of antioxidants. It is also beneficial for patients with diabetes.
You can try below chutney’s with Yogurt Arbi/ Dahi Arbi …
  1. Coconut Peanut Chutney / नारियल मूंगफली की चटनी
  2. Tamatar Dhaniya Chutney / Tomato Coriander Chutney
  3. Gooseberry Chutney / Amla Chutney
  4. Raw Mango Chutney / Amiya Ki Chutney
  5. Tamarind / Imli Chatni

Dahi Ke Aloo / Curd(yogurt) Potato Curry

dahi aloo
Dahi Ke Aloo / Curd Potato Curry
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Dahi Ke Aloo / Curd Potato Curry

Curd potatoes are very tasty to eat, you can also eat curd potatoes alone and eat it with bread or rice. You can also eat curd potatoes with poori Yogurt is very good for health. Yogurt is eaten every season. Curd potatoes are very easy to make and also very tasty to eat. And very light for the stomach. If you have a bad stomach or a heavy stomach, then curd potatoes will help a lot. Follow the steps given below to make yogurt potatoes….
Course Dinner, Indian, Lunch, Main Dish
Cuisine dinner, Indian, lunch, Main
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes
Servings 4 People
Calories 0.05kcal

Equipment

  • Pressure Cooker
  • Spatula
  • Knife
  • Kadhai / Fry Pan
  • Plate
  • Bowl

Ingredients

  • 4 Unit Potato / Aloo
  • 10 Seed Coriander Seeds / Dhaniya Ka Beej, Break in pestle
  • 2 Unit Green Chili / Hari Mirch, Chopped
  • 3 tsp coriander leaves, Chopped
  • 2 Unit Cloves / Laung, Break in pestle
  • 1 tsp Cumin Seed / Jeera
  • 1 inch Ginger / Adrak, Chopped
  • 2 tsp Oil / Desi Ghee
  • 1/2 tsp Red Chili Powder
  • 200 Grams Curd / Yogurt, Beat the curd
  • as per taste Salt / Namak

Instructions

  • To make curd potatoes, first, take potatoes.
    To make curd potatoes, first take potatoes. Put 4 light cuts in the potato, it will be easy to peel after boiling the potato. Now put the potatoes in the cooker and add water and add a little salt as well. Turn off the cooker and put it on the gas and put 2 whistles in the cooker. When the pressure in the cooker is gone, then peel the potato peel. And break the potatoes lightly by hand.
  • Put 4 light cuts in the potato, it will be easy to peel after boiling the potato.
  • Now put the potatoes in the cooker and add water and add a little salt as well. Turn off the cooker and put it on the gas and put 2 whistles in the cooker.
  • When the pressure in the cooker is gone, then peel the potato peel.
  • And break the potatoes lightly by hand.
  • Now put the kadai / pan on the gas.
    Now put the kadai / pan on the gas.
  • Add 2 teaspoons of oil or desi ghee in the kadhai/pan.
    Desi ghee makes the vegetable taste very good.
  • So I would advise you to add desi ghee.
    If you want, you can also add desi ghee in the last.
  • When the desi ghee or oil is hot, add cumin seeds in the kadhai/pan.
    When the desi ghee or oil is hot, add cumin seeds in the kadai / pan.
  • When the cumin starts crackling, add 2 cloves crushed in the Kadai / pan.
    When the cumin starts crackling, add 2 cloves crushed in the kadai / pan.
  • Put 10 grains of coriander in it.
    Put 10 grains of coriander in it.
  • Then add chopped green chilies and chopped the ginger.
    Mix and cook all the spices well.
    Then add chopped green chillies and chopped ginger. Mix and cook all the spices well.
  • Now add a teaspoon of turmeric. Cook the turmeric.
    Now add a teaspoon of turmeric. Cook the turmeric.
  • And put potatoes in a kadhai.
    And put potatoes in kadai.
  • Mix the potatoes in the spices.
    Now cook the potatoes for 3 minutes to 4 minutes.
    Mix the potatoes in the spices. Now cook the potatoes for 3 to 4 minutes.
  • Then add 200 grams of beaten curd.
    Then add 200 grams of beaten curd.
  • And mix the curd with potatoes, turn the flame on high and keep stirring the curd.
    And mix the curd with potatoes, turn the flame on high and keep stirring the curd
  • Stir the curd till the stock starts boiling.
    Stir the curd till the stock starts boiling.
  • If you stop running curd then the curd will burst.
    So the yogurt has to be stirred continuously.
    If you stop running curd then the curd will burst. So the yogurt has to be stirred continuously.
  • When the stock comes to a boil then add half a glass of water and stir again
    Pour water after it boils.
  • Now add salt after boiling again.
    And add half teaspoon red chilies.
    Now add salt after boiling again. And add half teaspoon red chillies.
  • And reduce the flame. Now add chopped coriander.
    And reduce the flame Now add chopped coriander
  • And also add a spoonful of desi ghee.
    And cook on low heat for 5 minutes.
    And also add a spoonful of desi ghee And cook on low heat for 5 minutes
  • If the curd is not too sour then you can also add tartaric or lemon salt.
  • Add a very small amount of lemon salt of tartaric.
    Turn off the gas after cooking for 2 minutes.
  • Now put curd potatoes in the serving bowl and serve with roti or rice.
    You can enjoy curd aloo/yogurt potato with poori.
    Now put curd potatoes in the serving bowl and serve with roti or rice. Somewhere yogurt potato is also eaten with poori. So you can also eat with poori.

Notes

Salt should be added to curry in the last when curry starts boiling otherwise curd will break.

Pointed Gourd Curd / Parwal Dahi Dry Recipe

parwal ki sabji
Pointed Gourd Curd / Parwal Dahi Recipe
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Pointed Gourd Curd / Parwal Dahi Recipe

Parwal is abundant in minerals and vitamins. Green vegetables are also very delicious to consume and essential for health. There are many individuals who do not like eating parwal at all, but do you understand that in relation to vitamin-A, vitamin-B1, vitamin B2 and vitamin-C, calcium is also discovered in abundance, which is the quantity of calories. Today I will tell you such dry vegetable of Parwal that even if you do not like the vegetable of Parwal, it will also lick fingers after eating the vegetable and will make dry parwal recipe again and again.
Course Breakfast, Dinner, Indian, Lunch, Main Dish
Cuisine Breakfast, dinner, Indian, lunch, Main
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes
Servings 4 People
Calories 28kcal

Equipment

  • Kadhai / Fry Pan
  • Big Spoon
  • Knife
  • Plate

Ingredients

  • 200 Grams Pointed Gourd
  • 1 Unit Onion / Pyaz, chopped
  • 1 Unit Green Chilli / Hari Mirch, chopped
  • 2 Unit Whole Red Chilly / Lal Mirch, break in two pieces
  • 1 tsp Coriander Seeds / Khadi Dhaniya, Break coriander seed in mortar and pestle
  • 1/2 tsp Turmeric (haldi) powder
  • 2 tsp Oil / Tel
  • 2 tsp Curd / Dahi / Yogurt, Beat the curd
  • 1 tsp Coriander leave / Dhaniya Patti, chop coriander leave
  • 2 tsp Oil

Instructions

  • First rinse the pointed gourd / parwal with water. And cut one pointed gourd into 4 pieces.
    First rinse the pointed gourd / parwal with water. And cut one pointed gourd into 4 pieces.
  • Take an onion and chop it well.
    Take an onion and chop it well
  • Crush the coriander seed coarsely with mortar and pestle.
    Crush the coriander seed coarsely with mortar and pestle.
  • Now put the kadai / fry pan on the gas. Add 2 tsp of oil in kadai / fry pan.
    Now put the kadai / fry pan on the gas. Add 2 tbsp of oil in kadai / fry pan.
  • Then add cumin seeds to the oil. When the cumin seeds start crackling add red chillies.
    Then add cumin seeds to the oil. When the cumin seeds start crackling add red chillies.
  • After 10 seconds add chopped green chilli and chopped onion.
    After 10 seconds add chopped green chilli and chopped onion.
  • Stir spices with spatula.
    Stir spices with spatula.
  • Fry until light pink.
    Fry until light pink.
  • After that add coarse coriander. Stir for 30 seconds.
    After that add coarse coriander.
  • After that add turmeric into kadai / fry pan. Fry the spices for about a minute.
    After that add turmeric into kadai / fry pan.
  • Then add chopped pointed gourd / parwal to the spices.
    Then add chopped pointed gourd / parwal to the spices.
  • Mix chopped pointed gourd / parwal with spices.
    Mix chopped pointed gourd / parwal with spices.
  • Cover the lid on the kadai / fry pan.
    Cover the lid on the kadai / fry pan.
  • Leave the lid of the kadai / fry pan closed for five minutes. Keep stirring the vegetables periodically. If the vegetable is not fully cooked, then close the lid of the kadai / fry pan again.
    Leave the lid of the kadai / fry pan closed for five minutes. Keep stirring the vegetables periodically.
  • Open the lid again and check if the vegetable is cooked.
    Open the lid again and check if the vegetable is cooked.
  • If the vegetables are cooked, add the 2 tbsp beaten curd onto pointed gourd / parwal.
    Now add the 2 tbsp beaten curd onto pointed gourd / parwal.
  • Keep stirring the vegetable for one minute. Add salt to the sabji as per taste.
    Add curd to the vegetable.
  • Add red chilli powder and garam spice / masala to the vegetable.
    Add red chilli powder and garam spice / masala to the vegetable.
  • Mix spices to the vegetable and close the lid of kadai / fry pan. Leave the lid closed for one minute. So that the aroma of garam masala properly mixes with the vegetable.
    Mix spices to the vegetable and close the lid of kadai / fry pan.
  • Sprinkle coriander leaves on curd dry parwal recipe. Now recipe is ready. Serve recipe with poori, paratha, chapati or nan.
    Now recipe is ready. Serve recipe with poori, paratha, chapati or nan.

Kheera Raita / Cucumber Raita

Kheera Raita / Cucumber Raita
Kheera (Cucumber) Raita
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Kheera (Cucumber) Raita

Cucumber or kheera Raita is a delightful refreshing dish and adds very good taste to any meal. Cucumber dip in curd or yogurt typically served with paratha and full meal. Spices in this raita makes very yummy taste. Cucumber or kheera raita usually served during summer to counter the heat in the body and also it tastes very good.
Course Dinner, Indian, Lunch, Main Dish
Cuisine Breakfast, dinner, Indian, lunch, Main
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Servings 2 People
Calories 0.098kcal
Cost 12 rupee

Equipment

  • Knife
  • Bowl

Ingredients

  • 1 unit Cucumber (Kheera)
  • 150 grams Curd (Yogurt)/ Dahi, Beat the curd
  • 1/2 tsp Black Pepper / Kali Mirch
  • 1/2 tsp Cumin / Jeera Powder
  • 1/2 tsp Coriander leaves / Dhaniya Patti
  • 1/4 tsp Chilly / Lal Mirch Powder
  • as per taste Salt / Namak, add half white salt as we need to add black salt as well
  • as per taste Black Salt / Kala namak, add half black salt as we already added white salt

Instructions

  • Take cucumber ( kheera ), peel off the cucumber.
    kheera
  • Grate the cucumber / kheera with grater.
    grated cucumber
  • Take the curd / dahi and beat the curd
    beaten curd
  • Add grated cucumber / Kheera into beaten curd / dahi.
    curd with cucumber
  • Add all the spices black salt, cumin powder, black pepper, red chilly powder, white salt.
    mix all the spices
  • Mix all the spices with curd.
    mix all spices in curd
  • Sprinkle Coriander leave in the raita. Serve the raita with meal or paratha.
    final raita

Video

Notes

  1. Cucumber (Cucumis sativus) is a widely cultivated plant in the gourd family, Cucurbitaceae.
  2. It is a creeping vine that bears cucumiform fruits that are used as vegetables.
  3. There are three main varieties of cucumber: slicing, pickling, and seedless. Within these varieties, several cultivars have been created.
  4. In a 100-gram serving, raw cucumber (with peel) is 95% water, provides 67 kilojoules (16 kilocalories) and supplies low content of essential nutrients, as it is notable only for vitamin K at 16% of the Daily Value (table).
You can also see different raita’s …
  1. Carrot Radish Raita/ Gazar Mooli Raita
  2. Bottle Gourd Raita / लौकी का रायता
  3. Boondi Raita / बूंदी रायता
  4. Mix Veg Raita / Mix Vegetable Raita / मिक्स वेजिटेबल रायता

Dry Arbi/ Ghuiyan / Colocasia(Taro) Masala

Dry Arbi/ Ghuiyan / Colocasia(Taro) Masala Curry
Dry Arbi/ Ghuiyan / Colocasia(Taro) Masala Curry
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Dry Arbi/ Ghuiyan / Colocasia(Taro) Masala Curry

Despite its Hindi name, arvi or arbi or ghuiyya, which may suggest to a layperson a connection, with the Arab world, colocasia is one of the oldest vegetables of the Indian Subcontinent. Today we will learn to make Colocasia dry recipe…
Course Breakfast, Dinner, Indian, Lunch, Main Dish
Cuisine Breakfast, dinner, Indian, lunch, Main
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Servings 4 people
Calories 0.042kcal
Cost 25 rupee

Equipment

  • Pressure Cooker
  • Knife
  • Kadai / Fry Pan
  • Plate
  • Spatula

Ingredients

  • 10 unit colocasia
  • 2 unit green chilly, chop them
  • 1 tsp carom seed ( ajwain )
  • 1 unit onion
  • 4 cloves garlic
  • 1 inch ginger
  • 1 tsp coriander seed
  • 2 unit whole red chilly
  • salt as per taste
  • 2 tsp lemon juice , or 1 small tsp raw mango powder
  • 1 tsp coriander leaves
  • 1/4 tsp Fenugreek seed
  • 2 tsp Oil

Instructions

  • Take 10 unit of colocasia and wash them clean, Put them in cooker with water. Stop the gas after 1 whistle.
    raw colocasia
  • Grind onion, garlic, ginger, coriander seed, red chilli in mixer grinder. Prepare masala.
    masala dry
  • Chop colocasia in round shape.
  • Take fry pan (non stick is preferable ) . Add 2 tsp oil. Once the oil become hot. First add chopped chilly after 10 second add carom seed and fenugreek seed. Once they start crackling
    fry pan with spices
  • Put the masala in the fry pan.
    masala
  • Fry until it start releasing oil
    fry masala
  • Add arbi to the masala and mix with spatula
  • Cover the fry pan with plate
  • Remove the plate after 5 minute, close the plate again and open again after 5 minutes. Fry until arbi becomes crispy.
    remove the pan
  • Add lemon juice or mango powder, fry the arbi until it will be brown and crispy.
  • Now crispy colocasia (arbi) is ready , garnish with coriander leaves. Enjoy this crispy colocasia (arbi) with chapati or paratha.
    sookhi arbi

Video

Notes

  1. Arbi/colocasia vegetable is not only popular in general diet but also as a fruit, but due to its latter nature, we do not pay attention to its nutrients.
  2. 100 grams of Arbi/colocasia has 42 grams of calories, which is more than potatoes.
  3. Apart from this, it has many essential nutrients like 3.7 grams of fiber, five grams of protein, 648 milligrams of potassium, vitamin A, C, calcium and iron.
  4. Its digestion is easy because of the high fiber. It is beneficial for the skin due to the abundance of antioxidants. It is also beneficial for patients with diabetes.
You can also try few other recipe’s of colocasia/ arbi/ ghuiya…
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