Tag : Moong Dal ki Khichidi

25 January, 2019

Easy Little Millet Khichidi|Millets Recipes|One Pot Meals

Easy Little Millet Khichidi|Millets Recipes|One Pot Meals
Comments : 22 Posted in : Bachelor Recipes, Cooking Method, Daal or Lentils, Diabetics Friendly Foods, Healthy food, Indian Cuisine, Kid Friendly, legumes, Little Millet| Shavan| Save|Saame|Halvi|Vari, Meal, Millets, Moong Daal-Yellow Lentils, One Pot Meal, Postpartum Diet, Pressure Cooked, Protein Rich Food, Quick Meals, Simple and Healthy Vegetarian Diet in Old Age, Tiffin box ideas on by : ArchanaPotdar
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Little Millets Khichidi is simple to make yet healthy and extremely filling. Khichidi is a one-pot meal made from rice and moong dal traditionally. I have now started making Millets Khichidi and has become standard in my place now. In fact, kiddo told me to make khichidi with millets and she will eat. Millets, there
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8 September, 2015

Moong Dal ki Khichidi

Comments : 13 Posted in : Bay leaf /tej Patta, Blogging Marathon, Cauliflower, Cinnamon, Cloves, Corn, Daal or Lentils, Garlic, Ghee, Ginger, Gujarati Cuisine, Jeera/Cumin Seeds, Meal, Moong Daal-Yellow Lentils, Peas, Pepper, Rice, Spices on by : ArchanaPotdar
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Gujarati Khichidis are easy to make and tasty. This khichdi is an example of the Kathiawad form of cuisine. Delicious yet healthy combination of dal, rice and   mixed vegetables makes this khichdi nutritious and filling. The khichdi is a blend of flavours that you can enjoy plain with curds or like us with Guajarati Kadhi.
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8 September, 2015

Gujarati Meal

Posted in : Accompaniments, Appetizer, Bachelor Recipes, Blogging Marathon, Green chilli, Gujarati Cusine, Moong Daal-Yellow Lentils, Soup on by : ArchanaPotdar
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Food in Gujarat is delicious and is primarily vegetarian. The typical Gujarati thali consists of roti (rotli in Gujarati), daal or kadhi, rice, sabzi/shaak, papad and chaas (buttermilk). Gujarati dishes usually have a very subtle taste that makes it truly distinct from other Indian cuisines. Gujarati cuisine can vary widely in flavour and heat based on personal and regional tastes. North Gujarat, Kathiawad, Kachchh, and South
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