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July 6, 2011

Dahi Chura ~ Traditional Bihari Dessert


Ingredients :

Fresh Yogurt : 1 cup
Thick Poha / Thick Flattened Rice : 3/4 to 1 cup
Sugar or Powdered Jaggery to taste
A big pinch of cardamom powder (Optional)

Method :

Wash and soak the poha in water for 2 minutes. Drain and set aside for few minutes. Combine the soaked poha, curd, cardamom powder and sugar in a bowl and mix until well combined. Garnish with chopped nuts and serve.

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26 comments:

  1. Traditional recipes are always delicious and so does this creamy dessert

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  2. This is my husband's favourite..

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  3. till date I love to eat this with a handful of granulated sugar. absolute yum!

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  4. Wow thats a quick and delicious dessert..

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  5. This is easy ultimate dessert.

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  6. very yummy, simple and delicious dessert..

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  7. Delicious & creamy dessert.
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  8. New for me..this dessert looks good!!

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  9. Wow nice summer time treat.

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  10. Looks and sounds good,its very new to me! Yumm!

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  11. this is the third time im writing comment.. there was some issues with the net conn i think..

    dessert looks really nice.. i didn knw that we can add curd along with poha.. snap is too tempting :0

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  12. I came across this one recently in a tv show....n u r already here wid d recipe..:)
    looks yumm n nice

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  13. Woww.. that looks soo yum.. i have to try this :Dd

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  14. wow thats a quick n yumm dessert..

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  15. This is very new to me...Looks very yum

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  16. With his recipes I am discovering a Hindu impressive gastronomy.
    A few delicious and really fantastic desserts.
    Congratulation for his wonderful blog.
    For 31 years, I have worked and even I have family, with hindĂșes.
    I have travelled to India, where I have big friends, in the north in Punjab concretely.
    I love India, his customs, his culture, his philosophy, his gastronomy .....
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  17. Looks gr8 ! even though its so simple.

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  18. Looks creamy, want to try this wonderful recipe soon.

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  19. Never knew this preparation of poha.This is interesting!

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  20. Absolutely love it and had it lot of times growing up :)

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  21. This is completely new n nice dessert recipe.. :)

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