Khichdi and Kadhi is a Gujarati delicacy that is a delicious combination and an explosion of flavours. Khichdi, also known as Khichuri, is an old dish, which derives its name from the sanskrit word, Khicca. Its origin dates back to around 300 B.C. mentioned after a Greek kings campaign in India. Khichdi pairs very well with Kadhi, or Karhi, which is a versatile delicacy popular across India. Kadhi originated in Rajasthan and had its influence in the Gujarati cuisine that led to this delicacy. This type of kadhi, also called as Bhinda Ni Kadhi, contains a generous amount of dahi in its preparation.