Kadhi – Indian Yogurt Soup

My Culinary Saga


December saw some warm and balmy days and we were deceived to believe that winter wouldn’t be so bad after all. But we were wrong and it was harsh. To fight our winter blues, hearty bowls of soups have found our way into our diet. One of the easiest to prepare is Yogurt soup or Kadhi as we call it in India. With just buttermilk and a few ingredients in hand, you can indulge in a creamy bowlful of bliss.

Kadhi has its own regional variations all over India. Most popular being the Punjabi version which has a thicker consistency.  I prefer the thinner version and that has a balance between the sour and sweet. This recipe take the best of the Gujrati and the Maharashtrian versions spiced with crushed ginger, garlic, green chilies and a few aromatic spices. A special ingredient that my mother in law uses while preparing…

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