Khichdi is an authentic recipe and has its own ingredients and a unique method of preparing.
While I believe in experimenting a lot with almost all of my recipes, I never felt the need to do that with the rice and dal khichri. I always felt it was not worth it and since I did not want to loose the original taste and flavor of the real khichri, which my grand ma, mother and aunts used to make, I never really did anything with that recipe.
But at the same time, like you all know.. I strongly believe that COOKING IS AN EXPERIMENT.
So this time round I thought why to leave this recipe from experimenting. Why not try something with the original recipe so that I have something that is a variety of the original khichadi recipe. And that is what I did in today’s recipe.
Though I won’t say that the experimented khichdi is more tasty than the real khichdi which my mom makes, I can safely say that both khichdi has it’s own tastes and both tastes real good.
This recipe has a nice aroma and a flavor of garlic which gives it an altogether different taste. So enjoy the recipe.
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