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Curd-Chuda is eaten on Makar Sankranti, know the method of making curd in an earthen pot.

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curd in clay pot recipe

Dahi Chuda Makar Sankranti: Makar Sankranti is celebrated every year on 14 January. This day is celebrated in different ways in different parts of the country. But, if we talk only about Bihar and some parts of Eastern UP, there is a tradition of eating Dahi Chuda on this day. Although Dahi-Chuda is a famous breakfast in Bihar, it has a different meaning on Makar Sankranti. Actually, on this day it is prepared and eaten in a very traditional way. While Chuda is cleaned and soaked in milk, curd is made in an earthen pot. But, many people do not know the method of making curd in clay pot (curd in clay pot recipe). So, let us know its traditional method.

How to make dahi in clay pot

To make curd in an earthen pot, first boil the milk and cook it till it thickens.

Cook the milk in such a way that a thick layer of cream appears on it.
After this you have to take an earthen vessel and pour hot milk into it.
While adding milk, keep in mind that it should be poured in such a way that it forms foam.
Then let it cool and become lukewarm.
If it is winter, the milk may become lukewarm quickly, so check frequently.
Then add sourdough curd to it. During this, keep in mind that 2 spoons of curd in 1 kg of milk curd will also be enough.
If it is cold then add 1 spoon more sour cream.
Then mix it with something.
Cover the earthen pot and wrap it in a warm cloth and keep it for 6 to 8 hours.
When the curd solidifies, keep it in the refrigerator.
Take it out some time before eating so that the coldness reduces.
In this way your thick creamy curd will be ready.

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Before eating curd chuda, soak it in hot milk. Then serve it in a plate and pour curd on it. Eat it with jaggery, not with sugar. Eat it with pumpkin curry, chutney, dry potato, cabbage, pea curry and sesame sweets.

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If you feel cold after eating Dahi Chuda, then drink some warm water. So, this way you can celebrate the festival of Makar Sankranti traditionally in Bihar style. This high fiber and protein rich food is not only tasty to eat but is also beneficial for health.

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