A simple meal of dal khichdi may sound boring but ask khichdi fans and their unassuming love for it will suggest otherwise. Comfort food for many, khichdi made with rice and dal and mild spices is enough to fulfil hunger, sate taste buds and provide lots of nutrition - all at the same time. However, for those of you who still think of khichdi as a boring meal, we have a recipe that will change your perception in one single bite. Not only this khichdi looks vibrant with different colours, it also offers a palette of flavours that will match your preferences.
Simple yellow moong dal khichdi gets a makeover with the addition of bright red/orange carrots and green peas. You can imagine the melange of hues and flavours in your bowl. Both these vegetables complement each other and also the essentials of khichdi - rice and dal. The addition of these vegetables doesn't make the recipe of khichdi any difficult. It remains as simple as it has always been - the fact that we all actually like about khichdi. Once you'll go through the recipe, you'll agree with us.
Gajar Matar Khichdi Recipe I How To Make Gajar Matar Khichdi At Home:
Just like you prepare for khichdi, soak dal and water for some time. Then saute some basic spices in ghee, and right before adding the soaked rice and water, saute grated carrots and peas for a couple of minutes. Then the rest of the recipe is just the same. Make this khichdi also in a pressure cooker to save time in the kitchen.
So, without any second thoughts make this gajar matar khichdi for not-so-simple bowl of khichdi for good taste and health. And don't forget to tell us how you liked it in the comments section below.
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