Rice Kitchadi ( Gujarati Special)


Ingredients

Rice     : 1 cup
Green Gram Dal    : 3/4 cup
Jeera              :  1 tbsp
Ghee             : 2tbsp
Asafotida      : 1/2 tsp
Turmeric powder
Salt

Method

Soak the green gram dal for 2 hrs for best results.
Wash both the rice and dal .
Heat ghee in a pressure cooker .
Add jeera and asafotida and stir till jeera starts to pop.
To this add 4 to 41/2 cups of water , turmeric powder ,salt and mix well.
Close the pressure cooker lid and wait for 5 whistles.
Open the cooker when it is done and serve with kadhi.
Kitchadi and kadhi is the ultimate combination .

11 comments:

Nithya said...

wow.. this is something new to me and sounds interesting too. Will surely try to make it soon ;)

Thanks for visiting my blog. You have a lovely space as well. Will be back often. Keep it going.

Swathi said...

Vidya,

Rice kitchadi looks really good. healthy too.

Mythreyi Dilip said...

Hi Srividhya,
thanks for visiting my blog and for your lovely comment dear.

Rice kichadi looks too good. Many of your recipes looks absolutely excellent dear. Glad to follow u:)

AvanthiRao said...

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Tina said...

Thanks for ur lovely comment dear...Rice kitchadi looks yummy and mouthwatering...

simply.food said...

Khitchdi,yummy nad delicious hearty comfort food.I love this with kadhi and aubergine curry.
Thanks for dropping by simply food.Your visit and comments are very much appreciated.

Deepika said...

This looks utterly delicious! I make khichdi too and my favorite is from rice and moong dal. Lovely picture.

Thanks for visiting my blog. Will drop by often here. Carry on cooking!

Nandini said...

Hi, Rice Kitchadi is very lovely and exquisite!

Nandini :))

Kamalika said...

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U too have a very nice blog and good collection of recipes....nice to visit here.....

Kalai said...

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PranisKitchen said...

new to me..it reminds me the kerala dish kanji and payar(rice n moongdal)

looks yummy