Masala Khichdi Bowl
Food can be an absolute delight, and this Masala Khichdi Bowl recipe is no exception. With its rich flavours, this South Indian recipe will refresh your palate and leave you wanting more. Hailing from South Indian cuisine, this dish offers a spicy take on the traditional khichdi. Coupled with vegetables, it is a fulfilling meal, boasting of Indian spices and enhanced taste. It’s a nutrient-dense comfort food that’s easy to prepare and can make your meals exciting and delightful. Whether you’re looking for a simple dinner or a wholesome meal, this recipe is a perfect blend of nutritious ingredients. You can prepare this lip-smacking dish to treat your near and dear ones on any occasion. Let’s start the journey of cooking an amazing dish that can make your ordinary moments special.
– 1 cup Rice
– 1/2 cup Split Green Gram (Moong Dal)
– 1/2 cup Vegetables (Carrot, beans, peas, or vegetables of your choice)
– 3.5 cups of Water, for cooking
– 2 tsp Ginger-Garlic Paste
– 1 Green chilli (optional)
– 2 tsp Oil
– Salt to taste
– 1 tsp Cumin seeds
– 2 Dry Red Chillies
– 1/2 tsp Turmeric powder
– 1/2 tsp Red Chilli Powder
– Few Curry leaves
– 2 Tbsp Oil
– Salt to taste
1. Wash rice and dal together and soak for 15-20 minutes.
2. Heat oil in a pressure cooker, add ginger-garlic paste, green chilli, and the vegetables. Saute for a couple of minutes.
3. Drain the water from the soaked rice and dal and add it to the cooker along with salt and water.
4. Close the cooker and cook for 3-4 whistles on medium flame.
5. Meanwhile, make the tadka. Heat oil in a pan, add cumin seeds and let them splutter. Add red chillies, turmeric powder, red chilli powder, and curry leaves. Saute for a few seconds.
6. Open the pressure cooker once the pressure is released. Pour the tadka over cooked khichdi and mix well.
7. Serve hot. Enjoy your Masala Khichdi Bowl as a wholesome dinner or lunch.
– Adjust the amount of water based on the consistency you prefer for your khichdi.
– You can add ghee to tadka for a richer taste.
– Adding a small piece of jaggery to the tadka can balance the flavours.