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Recipe Name: Badshahi Kichidi  
 
Category: Indian Regional Sub Category: Bengali

 

Prep Time Cook Time Serves
15 mins 20 mins 6
 

 

Ingredients:

Rice (unpolished)   200 g
Masoor dal   200 g
Eggs   3 nos
Oil   4 tsp
Dried red chili   2 pcs
Bay leaf   2 pcs
Onion (chopped)   2 pcs
Ginger & peppercorn paste   2 tbsp
Turmeric powder   1 tsp
Chili powder   1 tsp
Tomato   1 no
Sugar   1½ tsp
Salt   accord. to taste.
Water   as required.
Garam masala   2 tsp
 

Method:

  • Wash rice and lentil (dal) separately and keep aside to drain out the water. Heat oil in a container and add dried red chillies, bay leaves and cumin for frying. Add chopped onions and fry till it becomes golden brown. Add ginger and peppercorn paste to it. Cook well adding turmeric, chilli powder, tomato, sugar and salt. 2.Add rice and lentil and cook for some more time. Add water and cover the container with a lead and leave it to boil. 3.As the preparation gets boiled add the garam masala powder. Whip the eggs. Pour the whipped eggs slowly in small amount from above at the same time stirring the khichidi with a big spoon, so that it can spread evenly. Serve hot.
 
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Nutrition Facts
 
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Amount Per Serving
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% Daily Value'
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Saturated Fat  -
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Vitamin A     * Vitamin C  
Calcium   * Iron  
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending upon your daily needs