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10 December, 2010

Sol Kadi

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Sol Kadi

Here in Goa SOL-KADI and SHEET(pronounced as Sheeet) is everyday food just like any South Indian having curd rice. A beautiful ending to a lovely meal. It is a digestive, an antacid that works wonders after a nice spicy fish curry rice.
The colour of the curry is a beautiful pink………….. baby pink, complete it with a few leaves of coriander and chopped green chilli.
We had ‘SOL-Kadi” today after a long time and I remembered my brother –in-law Rajesh a lot. When he visits us in Goa he requests for “SOL- KADI” and he loves it. If anyone can guzzle it down he can.

This recipe is dedicated to him.
Ingredients:
1 Grated coconut
2 green chillies (adjust as per taste)
3-4 pepper corns
2-3 cloves garlic
5-6 amsol
Method:
Grind all the ingredients except the amsol/sola with a little water (say ¾ to 1 cup).
In the bowl you want to make the KADI put the sola and strain the ground coconut through a fine strainer. Press with a spoon or if you prefer squeeze all the juice.
Repeat 2 more with lesser water.
You can always adjust the consistency of the curry but I like it thick.
Let the sola rest in the curry for atleast ½ an hour.
Sprinkle salt to taste, coriander and chopped chillies.
You can serve it with plain white rice or a spicy pulao. Tastes good when you have it as a drink.
Rajesh Cheers!!.

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0 thoughts on : Sol Kadi

  • R
    December 10, 2010 at 7:07 pm

    yummy! never miss a chance to have authentic sol kadhi every time i visit india 🙂

     
  • December 11, 2010 at 12:09 am

    Sol Kadhi looks tempting, truly yummy..

     
  • Jay
    December 11, 2010 at 11:00 am

    interesting recipe…
    Am your new follower now..:)
    Do drop in at my space sometime…
    Tasty appetite

     
  • December 11, 2010 at 12:21 pm

    looks delicious dear…
    I'm happy to following you.

    Kurinji

     
  • March 14, 2011 at 6:45 pm

    hey superb ya im ur new follower,n very happy to c so many dishes of my native GOA.thanks a lot d solkadi bari dista ani maka ruch aylea

     

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