|Published||Aug 23, 2012||Cooking Time||15 Minutes|
|Recipe Type||Beverages||Preparation Time||10 Minutes|
|Ingredient||Other||Standing Time||15 Minutes|
Description: Sol Kadhi is a well popular traditional kokam in coconut milk dish from the western coastal region of India. It is a common dish prepared across Maharashtra, Konkan, and Goa regions. It is made with coconut milk, spiced with some green chillies, sweet and tanginess from kokum and flavored with fresh cilantro. Looks very attractive in a very pleasant pink coloured drink that is served as an appetizer and is very good for digestion!
Recipe of SOL KADHI
|Salt To Taste|
|Green Chillies, Crushed||1||Numbers|
|Thin Coconut Milk||1||Cup|
- 1. Soak kokam in warm water or normal water for few minutes and later extract the kokum water (just like extracting the tamarind juice). 2. Add the kokum water in a bowl, add thin first extracted coconut milk, little salt and mix. 3.
- Take fresh crushed green chillies and garlic in a strainer; dip it in the kokum water and mix well to extract its flavours. Mix all the ingredients well and check for seasoning. 4.
- Add little oil in a pan for tempering, when the oil is hot enough, add cumin seeds, curry leaves and pour this in the kokum mixture. 5. Sol Kadhi is ready to be served.
Usually green chillies and garlic is added to the grated coconut and then the milk is extracted.
Posted Aug 23, 2012