Try this delicious meal plate with Butter Chicken Khichdi, Rajasthani Kadhi And Burani Raita.This weekend if you would love to try out something new but want to still have your comfort flavours then you must try this meal which will keep your family members happy.
In today's meal plate we have a quick and easy one pot pressure cooked - Butter Chicken Khichdi. Usually, the khichdi that we make is with combination of lentil and rice. But in this recipe, we have added a twist by adding tender chicken pieces. The flavours of the Butter chicken masala goes really well with the rice and every bite gives a comforting feeling as you dig into it.
We have kept it classic by pairing it up with some simple Rajasthani Kadhi and Burani Raita, which will just refresh your palate.
You are also free to add in your choice of combination such as Kachumber Salad Recipe With Cucumber, Onion & Tomatoes or a Papad Raita Recipe to have a light crunch to your meal.
You can also end it with a nice bowl of Fruits to help you refresh your palate at the end or simply end it with a Sabudana Kheer (Tapioca Pearl Milk Pudding).
If you need to add a little twist to your everyday khichdi recipes, you must try this one pot butter chicken khichdi which is just melt in your mouth. The recipe is quite simple as the name says its all done in one pot pressure cooker. The flavours of butter chicken masala goes really well with mashed rice and the chicken pieces that are cooked tender will give a unique touch to the entire dish.
If you like to try out more one pot khichdi recipes, we have lots to try out !
A simple staple food from rajasthan that is mainly had along with most of their meals. This is a thin spicy curd based curry that is usually churned along with besan and other spice powders and cooked till all the flavours are developed and then finally tempered with cumin seeds and dry red chillies. This will be the perfect combination for the hot khichdi.
If you are looking to try out various flavours in Kadhi, you can try these recipes out !
Raitas are always refreshing to have it along with your meals. Curd is rich in probiotics, protein and calcium so it is very essential to include into your everyday diet. The classic bhurani raita is flavoured with highly pungent garlic flavour and then sprinkled with some red chilli powder to give it a spicy taste. The raita is then served along with khichdi and kadhi to keep a simple meal.
If you would like to try our more Raita recipes here are some :
- Mooli Raita Recipe (Spiced Yogurt Salad with Radish)
- Tomato Onion Cucumber Raita Recipe
- Cauliflower & Cucumber Raita Recipe