Sunday, September 16, 2012

Godi nucchhu/Broken Wheat Kichadi

I cannot believe it has been 1 year of non-blogging. It took a lot of effort to recover this account:)

It is Ganesha habba season again. I hope at least this time I can maintain this blog properly.

The first time I tasted anything made of godhi nucchu was when my aunt made this awesome kichadi during my recent visit to India. I didn’t ask her for the recipe then, because I was sure that I will not remember it. But I will definitely make it a point to ask her next time we meet and put it up here.

When I came across this recipe I immediately book marked it for my future use.

I pretty much followed the recipe as it is, except for adding some mint leaves.

This is one super healthy, super filling, wholesome dish. Even my toddler relished it. 


2 cups of broken wheat
1 cup of green whole moong dal (original recipe calls for 2 cups)
Water - 8 - 10 cups

For masala

oil - 3 tsp
ghee - 1 tsp
cinnamon - 1 small piece
cardamom - 4

curry leaves
green chillies - 4

onion - 1 medium
vegetables - (mixed vegetable bag) beans, carrot, peas, corn
mint leaves - handful
garam masala


Wash godi nucchhu and green moong dal and keep it aside

In a pressure pan, make tadka and put the items (starting from masala) in the order mentioned above

Add water, bring it to a boil

Add godhi nucchhu, green moong dal, salt

Close the lid and cook for 3 whistles

Recipe Source

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