Recipe: Delicious Dahi kala

Dahi kala. Gopalkala Recipe aka Dahikala Recipe with stepwise pics and a short YouTube video. If you like my video, please share it and don't forget to SUBSCRIBE to my channel. This is a no-cook dish prepared with Poha or Beaten rice or aval and curd on the day of Janmashtami all over North India, especially in Maharashtra.

Dahi kala So this dish is named as Gopalkala. It is is a mix of beaten rice/ poha, curd,milk, ghee, green chilli, sugar, salt and cucumber. This is also called as Dahi poha. You can cook Dahi kala using 12 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you cook it.

Ingredients of Dahi kala

  1. It’s 1 bowl of Flattened rice.
  2. You need 1 bowl of milk.
  3. You need 1/2 bowl of sour yoghurt.
  4. You need to taste of Sugar and salt.
  5. Prepare 1 cup of fruits(Pomegranate, apple) chopped.
  6. Prepare 2 tsp of coriander leaves.
  7. It’s 1 teaspoon of ghee.
  8. It’s 2 tsp of Curry leaves.
  9. Prepare 1 tsp of cumin seeds.
  10. Prepare 1 of Cucumber chopped.
  11. Prepare 4 tsp of Soaked chana(gram) dal.
  12. It’s handful of Peanuts.

Dahi Handi, also known as Gopalkala or Gopal Kala, is the most popular ceremony celebrated on the second day during Krishna Janmashtami. Dahi Handi or Gopal Kala is mostly celebrated in North Indian states like Gujarat and Maharashtra. But, nowadays Gopal kala has become a main […] Dahi Kala is observed during the eighth day of the Krishna Paksha (waxing phase of moon) in Shravan month. The day falls after the Sri Krishna Jayanti day in Maharashtra.

Dahi kala instructions

  1. Take flattened rice in bowl,wash it with water but drain all should not be sticky. Wait for 5 minutes.
  2. Now add milk (should not hot) add youghurt salt and sugar.mix well now add cucumber, pomegranate coariander.heat tadaka pan add ghee to it then add chopped chillies, curry leaves, soaked chana dal and peanuts.pour this on flattened rice..
  3. Mix well and serve.tastes yum.healthy too.

The Dahikala name for Dahi Handi festival comes from a dish prepared on the festival day. The festival is also called 'Gopal Kala' or 'Dahikala'. It is a perfect time to enact the episode from Lord Krishna's childhood when he would mischievously steal butter and curd butter from a pot hanging from the ceiling, as he was very fond of butter. Dahi Handi in India Dahi Handi importance is because it is a commingling of sport and a perfect fusion of spirituality and adventure. The festival is also known as 'Gopal Kala'.