Is there anything as remotely refreshing and versatile as curd? The humble probiotic lends itself to thousands of culinary preparations across the country. Dahi Puri to Dahi ki Phulki, Dahi Bhalle to Dahi Papdi Chaat – curd can be used as a cooling agent as well as a flavourful ingredient. The slightly sour tinge of curd goes well with a variety of Indian recipes which are relatively less explored. Gravies prepared with yogurt as the base have a light and flavourful edge which is incomparable to anything else. These lip-smacking Dahi recipes make for the perfect companion for hot summer days, when you are not in the mood to stand in the kitchen all day and do some heavy cooking.
Dahi Bhalle is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to exploring recipes made with curd. There are countless dishes that use Dahi as a flavouring agent or one of the primary ingredients. Whether you make Dahi at home or purchase it from a local dairy, the array of flavours that Dahi can bring to the palate are so unique! Further, Dahi is loaded with good bacteria which are important for gut health and immunity. These are some Dahi recipes that are beneficial for good health and super easy to whip up.
Here Are 4 Dahi Recipes To Try Today:
1. Dahi Wale Karele
Crisp Karela pieces paired with a spicy yogurt-based curry, this Dahi wale Karele recipe will make you rethink the bitter gourd like never before!
2. Dahi Ke Aloo
Your love for the starchy tuber would be incomplete if you haven’t tried the Dahi ke Aloo recipe. It is made with a drool-worthy tomato-curd gravy and a spicy Hing-Jeera tadka.
3. Dahi Wali Lauki
Dahi Wali Lauki makes for a quick and easy preparation which is ready in a matter of minutes. The use of onions, saunf and shallow-fried Lauki bits in this recipe makes it a dish that will always stand out.
4. Dahi Chicken
Chicken lovers are in for a surprise with this recipe! Chicken pieces marinated in assorted spices and a delicious tomato-onion gravy, it doesn’t get better than this.
Click on the link here for the full recipe videos of these dishes. You can also find the full video at the top of this article.
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