Back in the 70’s when my mum was growing up in the Midlands, my nanima (nan) would cook sprouts and potato subji regularly, as it was one of my nanaji’s (grandfather’s) favourite dishes.
When my nanima cooks and talks about kadhi, I can’t help but smile to myself at both the pride she takes in this dish. Kadhi (pronounced ‘curry’) is a classic, timeless dish which is made from a gram flour and yoghurt-based sauce, to which pakoras (bhajis) are added. I always ask my nanima (nan), to make me some when I visit her.
We’re getting ourselves organised!