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Iskcon Khichdi Recipe: Temple-Inspired Bliss

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Iskcon Khichdi Recipe: Temple-Inspired Bliss

Iskcon Khichdi is a dish that has the potential to not only hunger but also a person’s soul. Not only for spiritual fulfillment but it’s a great food for weight loss and a part of a healthy diet as well. Here is the most authentic recipe of Iskcon Khichdi.

Recipe By GULAB HARI Satvik Rasoi
Course: Main Course Cusine:Indian Difficulty:Easy

Servings

5-6 minutes

Preparing Time

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10 minutes

Cooking Time

30 minutes

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Calories

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INGREDIENTS

  1. 2 Cups Rice<br>2 Cups Moong Dal

  2. Dry Spices:<br>2-3 Dry Red Chilli<br>2 Bay Leaves<br>1 Cinnamon stick<br>1 Star Anise<br>3 Cardamom<br>3 Cloves<br>5 Black pepper<br>3 tsp Cumin seeds<br>1/2 tsp Mustard seeds<br>1/2 tsp Fennel seeds<br>1/2 tsp Coriander seeds

  3. Masala Required<br>1 tsp Turmeric Powder<br>2 tsp Cumin Powder<br>2 tsp Coriander Powder

  4. 3 tbsp Oil<br>2 tbsp Ghee

  5. Vegetables Required :<br>Carrots<br>Potatoes<br>Beans<br>Radish<br>Capsicum<br>Cabbage<br>Tomatoes<br>Green Peas

  6. Salt To Taste

  7. 1 Lemon

  8. 1 tsp Asafoetida

  9. 4-6 Green Chillies

  10. 20 g Ginger

DIRECTION

  1. Preparation before Making Kichdi

    Place a kadai and then dry roast 3 cups of moong dal until it turns golden brown.<br>Take 3 cups of Rice soaked in water.<br>Add some cumins into hot kadai and roast it dry.<br>Make powder of it and store it aside.<br>Take ginger and chilies, and make a paste of it.<br>Squeeze one full lemon and keep its juice aside.

  2. Preparing Kichdi

    Heat 3 tbsp of oil in a kadai then add dry red chilies, bay leaves, star anise, Cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, black pepper, cumin seeds, mustard seeds, Fennel seeds, and coriander seeds.<br>Then add all the vegetables (except cabbage, capsicum, and tomatoes) cut into small to medium-sized cubes, and roast well in oil.<br>After 3-4 minutes, add Cabbage as it takes less time to cook.<br>Cook the vegetables until they are 40-50% cooked.<br>Then add Asafoetida or hing and mix well.<br>Add ginger and green chili paste and saute well.<br>Then add Capsicum and Tomatoes and mix well.<br>Add roasted moong dal into the mixture.<br>Then put masalas: Turmeric Powder, Cumin Powder, Coriander Powder, and mix well.<br>Add 7-8 cups of water, after putting Red Chilli Powder, mix well and let it cook until it boils.<br>Add washed rice and salt to taste.<br>Stir between intervals to avoid burning or sticking to the kadaai.<br>Then add green peas and stir well.<br>When the kichdi starts to thicken, cook it on low flame.<br>Cover the lid and let the kichdi cook for another 9-10 minutes.<br>After 10 minutes add ghee, roasted cumin powder, and lemon juice.<br>Garnish it with green coriander leaves.

NOTES

    Always add the amount of Moong daal and rice in equal quantities.

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    Adding Red Chilli Powder is optional. However, adding it gives a nice color to the dish.

    It can also be cooked in a pressure cooker. However, cooking openly in a kadai enhances the taste and flavour.

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Easy Ragi Poha Recipe for a Healthy Start

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Easy Ragi Poha Recipe for a Healthy Start

Ragi Poha is one of the most popular breakfast and evening snack options in India. It is loaded with protein and healthy fats which help in retaining muscle mass by slowing down the ageing process. The popularity of finger millets has grown tremendously in the last few years being 2023 claimed as the “International Year of Millets.”

Therefore, people are slowly switching from wheat and rice to finger millet for its exceptional health benefits. Here is one easy and quick high-protein Ragi Poha recipe to start your day with or fulfill your cravings with. Cook and serve warm!

Recipe By c4cooking
Course: Breakfast, Snacks Cusine:Indian Difficulty:Easy

Servings

3 minutes

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Preparing Time

5 minutes

Cooking Time

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15 minutes

Calories

510 kcal

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INGREDIENTS

  1. 2 Cups Ragi Poha (Ragi Flakes)

  2. 2 TBSP Ghee

  3. 2 TBSP (chopped) cashew nut

  4. 1/2 Cup (grated) coconut

  5. A pinch of Cardamom powder

  6. 2 TBSP raw sugar or jaggery

DIRECTION

  1. For preparing healthy ragi poha, first of all, heat a frying pan. Keep the flame in medium.

  2. Then add Ghee, and let it melt.

  3. Then add chopped cashews, and fry until they turn golden brown.

  4. Then add ragi poha or ragi flakes.

  5. Fry the poha for two minutes on low heat.

  6. Then add grated coconut, and fry for one more minute.

  7. Add cardamom powder and raw sugar or jaggery as per your preference.

  8. Mix everything for two more minutes and then turn off the heat.

  9. Serve a healthy and tasty Ragi Poha recipe when warm.

NOTES

    Ragi Poha can be customised by adding peanuts, and raisins to make it more tasty.

    If using jaggery, then jaggery powder is recommended.

    Keep the flame low to medium to avoid poha getting burned.

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Delightful Dal Appe: A Recipe for Flavorful Indian Dumplings

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Dal Appe Recipe

Every morning people think about what to have for breakfast. In that context, Dal Appe fits in. It is a mouthwatering breakfast option that is high in protein as it is made with a blend of different dal or pulses.

As this dish is prepared from a natural fermentation process, it becomes a great option for the body which promotes good gut bacteria. Here we have mentioned the most simple and easy Dal Appe breakfast recipe. Try and enjoy!

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STEP-BY-STEP Guide to Dal Appe Recipe

Recipe By Sakshu Recipes
Course: Breakfast Option Cusine:Indian Difficulty:Easy

Servings

4-5 minutes

Preparing Time

30 minutes

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Cooking Time

10 minutes

Calories

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700 kcal

INGREDIENTS

  1. 1 cup rice

  2. 1½ cup chana dal

  3. 1/3 cup moong dal

  4. 1¼ cup urad dal

  5. 3 to 4 garlic cloves

  6. 1 tsp fruit salt

  7. 1½ tsp mustard seeds

  8. 1½ inch ginger

  9. 2 green chilies

  10. 1½ tsp cumin seeds

  11. 1½ tsp til

  12. Finely chopped coriander leaves

  13. 4 to 5 curry leaves

  14. Water

  15. Salt as per taste

  16. Oil

DIRECTION

  1. Preparing the Batter

    Wash the rice, chana dal, moong dal, and urad dal thoroughly. Soak everything together for four to five hours minimum.<br>Grind the pulses with rice together and make a smooth paste out of it.<br>Let the batter rest for 5-6 hours to ferment properly. Give it a good mix.

  2. Adding Tadka to Batter

    In a pan heat some oil, add mustard seeds, and curry leaves. Add the tadka mix to the batter.<br>Then add coriander leaves, then take garlic cloves, green chilies, ginger, and roasted cumin seeds. Give the ingredients a good smash together and add them to the batter.<br>Then add the remaining ajwain, salt as per taste, and fruit salt, to the batter and give it a mix.

  3. Preparing Dal Appe

    Take an "Appe patra" a utensil in which Appes are made. Heat it, add oil to the base, and put the batter on the tray.<br>Keep the flame medium and cook it for five minutes. Then after 5 minutes, flip the apple and again cook for 5 more minutes keeping the flame medium.<br>The tasty appe is ready, enjoy it with sauce or chutney.

NOTES

    Keep the flame medium, neither low nor high.

    The batter can be customised by adding fried onions, peanut paste to make it nutrition dense and tastier.

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    Adding Fruit Salt is optional.

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Indian Aloo Chana Chaat Recipe: STEP-BY-STEP Guide

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Aloo Chana Chaat Recipe

Aloo Chana chat is a street food that has originated from India, especially in the West Bengal and Northern Indian states. It is prepared by boiling Potatoes and mixing the same with other ingredients to make it more fulfilling and healthy. Adding oil, spices, and chutney to this recipe makes its taste beyond words! Do try this healthy Aloo Chana Chaat recipe which is high in protein and can be consumed as morning breakfast or evening snack.

Recipe By Vahchef
Course: Street Food, Snacks Cusine:Indian Difficulty:Easy

Servings

2 minutes

Preparing Time

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20 minutes

Cooking Time

5 minutes

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Calories

350 kcal

INGREDIENTS

  1. 1 Bunch chopped Coriander

  2. 2 chopped Green chilies

  3. 1/2 Bunch chopped Mint

  4. 1 tsp Chat Masala

  5. 1 tbsp Red chilly powder

  6. 1/2 Cup Chickpeas (chana dal)

  7. 2 boiled potatoes

  8. 1 tsp lime juice

  9. Salt To Taste

  10. 1 Chopped Onion

  11. 3 tbsp Pomegranate seeds

  12. 1 tsp Cumin powder

  13. 2 tbsp Sweet tamarind chutney

DIRECTION

  1. Preparation for the chat

    Take the boiled potatoes and cut them into cubical pieces. Dry roast some cumin seeds, crush them, and keep them aside.

  2. Preparing the Chaat

    Take a big bowl and add cut potatoes, and boiled chicken peas, and mix them with the help of a spoon.<br>Then add chopped mint, coriander, green chili, and Onions and mix them.<br>Then add, chat masala powder, red chilly powder, lime juice, and salt to taste and mix everything.<br>To the bowl, add sweet tamarind chutney, freshly roasted crushed cumin seeds, and pomegranate seeds, and mix all the ingredients. The most delicious Aloo Chana Chaat is ready!

NOTES

    Chaat can be customised by adding chopped Tomatoes, roasted peanuts and sprout, to make it more healthy.

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    Add salt with caution as chaat masala also contains salt.

    Sweet tamarind chutney is optional, but it gives an enhanced taste to the chaat.

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