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Janmashtami 2023: Quick and easy recipes using curd to celebrate the festival

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Updated on: 06 September,2023 08:55 AM IST  |  Mumbai
Nascimento Pinto | nascimento.pinto@mid-day.com

Move over plain curd because Indian chefs say there is a lot more to explore with the ingredient in dishes that will make your mouth water. Mid-day.com spoke to chefs, who share their favourite recipes that not only include some classics but also innovative variations

Janmashtami 2023: Quick and easy recipes using curd to celebrate the festival

Indian chefs believe there are many different ways you can use curd in your dishes. Janmashtami will be celebrated by Indians on September 7. Photo Courtesy: Ishaara/The Westin Resort & Spa Himalayas

Curd or dahi as it is more popularly known in India is synonymous with the festival of Janmashtami in India, which celebrates the birth of Lord Krishna, who absolutely loved makhan (butter) and curd. It is also the reason why he is fondly called ‘makhan chor’. While dahi is most often eaten in different forms, it’s also used to make different kinds of dishes that go beyond raitas, kadhi (curry) and even curd rice. Yes, most people enjoy it throughout the year, relishing different delicacies from around the country but on Janmashtami, it is definitely a must, and chefs believe it too.

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