Thursday, July 31, 2008

Solkadhi

A nice recipe which can be served as a soup or as accompaniment with white rice. I like this as it has a very nice colour... and flavour too.. So one more for SWC Maharashtra...

Ingredients
250gms coconut milk
10-12 Amsul
1tbsp garlic paste
1/2 tsp ginger paste
1 tsp green paste
Coriander for garnish (optional)
Salt if required




Mehtod
1. Soak Amsul in water for 2-3 hours. Remove the pulp from it.
2. In a blender add coconut milk, pulp of amsul, ginger-garlic-green chilli paste and salt if required.
3. Blend this all together nicely. Garnish with coriander and serve cold with white rice. Or have it just like a soup.

Note: Before adding salt check the taste of the Kadhi. Amsul has lot of salt hence there might not be any neccesity to add extra salt.
For coconut milk grate fresh coconut. Blend it with water, strain and use the extracted milk. Ready made coconut milk works much better...

5 comments:

Cooking Station said...

what is amsul? Btw that anjeer halwa looked fab! will try making it..looking for dried figs now :D

Usha said...

Vada pav's are delicious,Your solkadhi looks yummy,just one question what is an amsul not sure I have ever seen that?

Shreya said...

hi, I have never heard of this dish, and it looks very different! Nor have I used Amsul (it is Kokum?) before. Very interesting,:-)

Priti said...

Never tasted kadhi with coconut milk...will try some time...thanks for sharing

sowmya said...

nice recipe with coconut milk..

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