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Raita

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Raita is an Indian garnish which acts as a cooling flavor to the the spicy dishes that mollifies the chili in the curry and refreshes the palates. It is made by blending thick yoghurt with various fresh fruits, vegetables and spices.

About Recipe

How to make Raita

(29 ratings)
45 reviews so far
Prep time
5 mins
Cook time
10 mins
Total time
15 mins
Raita
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Curd/Yogurt
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : January 30, 2019


Ingredients used in Raita
• Green chillies - 10 grams.
• Coriander leaves - 1 springs.
• Tomato - 10 grams.
• Onion - 10 grams.
• Curd - 2 cup.
• Salt - 1 pinch.
Method:

Whisk the curd to a fine consistency. Add all the ingredients and mix well and serve.






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Duske Maiden Posted on Tue Jan 01 2008

about 20 years ago i came across the Time Life book on india/pakastan published 1965. there was a recipe for a carrot, raisin, cashew raita which was a bit spicey. i lost this. do you by chance have one? i can make one up myself however i was wonde

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Duske Maiden Posted on Tue Jan 01 2008

i was watching your vid on making curd-yogurt and posting a response has been disabled. just wanted to say a formaer employer of mine from lebenon had taught me to make super thick fab yogurt- gal whole milk, quart heavy cream. makign this i have onl

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greenpeasemuvies Posted on Thu Nov 20 2008

u sound kinda funny

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Duske Maiden Posted on Fri Dec 05 2008

boy i must have been tired or in a major hurry when i wrote these, tons of typos! lol

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crystal0087 Posted on Fri Dec 12 2008

i do. its the only way i eat it. its tangy and perfect that way..

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fauxfax Posted on Sat Feb 07 2009

A very straightforward and simple video. Very useful. Thank you.

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irfand4 Posted on Fri Feb 05 2010

Thanks a lot. What is the recipe for Boondi raita please?

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boy20022002 Posted on Sat Mar 06 2010

excellent

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Fritz Joseph Posted on Sat May 01 2010

I'm so hooked on indian cuisine.The spices has a lot of medicinal benefits

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chai shalom Posted on Thu May 20 2010

looks very nice

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Ben Mayhew Posted on Sun Oct 24 2010

Looks great with the carrot in it.Many thanks for that idea.

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SengKiat93 Posted on Wed Nov 10 2010

Koo koom bers. :)

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