If you are the one who have sweet tooth and still love raita, you got to try this pineapple raita recipe. As the name suggests this raita has got pineapple and that too in abundance, so that every spoon of raita that you take in mouth leaves the refreshing taste of pineapple in mouth.
I still remember tasting it for the first time eating this in a wedding reception, I liked it so much that I took shamelessly three helpings of it. This raita is also called as “Ananas raita” in some places, as pineapple is called ananas in hindi.
As I stated in my other raita recipes, raita is nothing but plain yogurt diluted by adding water. In this pineapple raita, sweet pineapple chunks are added in the yogurt, which yields a sweet and sour taste, ideal as companion to your main course.
If you love yogurt based food, you must try masala chaas, and chances are high that you will love it.
Let me explain how to make pineapple raita in this step by step pictorial recipe. This recipe is pretty simple and easy to follow, and can be made by kids too in the no cook / no fire menu 🙂
In this recipe I have added pomegranate seeds too, as pomegranate seeds adds to the taste as well as makes raita more presentable.