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    Kadhi or karhi (Hindi: कढी kaṛhī) is an Indian dish made in several parts of India and often served in combination with khicṛī. It is a spicy yogurt-based gravy which often contains chickpea flour and vegetable fritters called pakoras, and is eaten with rice and roti.

    Gujarati Kadhi

    Rajasthani and Gujarati kadhi differs from the northern varieties. Traditionally it is sweeter than the other variants, because sugar or jaggery is added to it, but it can be made without sugar for a more sour taste. It is eaten without pakoras and its consistency is slightly thinner than the kadhi made in the North. Variations on this basic dish includes the addition of certain vegetables, notably bhindi (okra) in which case it is known as bhinda ni kadhi.

    Kadhi. (2011, January 19). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 19:59, January 24, 2011, from http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?...ldid=408790663

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