Join Priya Krishna in the Bon Appétit Test kitchen as she makes Kadhi. Kadhi is similar in texture to cream of [fill in the blank] soup, but with no cream, and…well…better. All you need to make it are yogurt, chickpea flour, and spices. But don’t let the simplicity fool you: Kadhi is both deeply comforting and insanely complex in its flavor, like a cozy blanket draped over a hot bowl of white rice. The exact recipe varies from region to region in India, and sometimes includes add-ins, like chickpea flour–based fritters called pakoras, but we like it thick, rich, and spice-forward, with a pleasant tanginess at the end. If you don’t like peppercorn flavor, feel free to nix them or cut the amount in half.
Check out the recipe here: https://bonappetit.com/recipe/kadhi-turmeric-yogurt-soup
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Priya Makes Creamy Indian Soup (Kadhi) | From the Test Kitchen | Bon Appétit