Kadhi is the traditional partner for khichdi and there are many types of both dishes around India. This version, Meethi Kadhi, with a slightly sweet and sour taste, is the most popular. Traditionally, palm sugar is used, but soft dark brown sugar is substituted in this recipe.
Per portion Energy 189kcal/797kJ; Protein 9g; Carbohydrate 23g, of which sugars 20g; Fat 8g, of which saturates 3g; Cholesterol 14mg; Calcium 279mg; Fibre 0.8g; Sodium 844mg.
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