Mixed Fruit Raita is one of the quick, easy and healthy option to eat anytime during any season. Mixed Fruit Raita is prepared by mixing yogurt with fresh fruits like apple, pineapple, pomegranate, pears, oranges etc.
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. Continue reading “Pineapple Raita – Ananas Raita”
Cucumber Raita (खीरे का रायता) is a great cooling dish which goes with any fiery dish, or sometimes just acts as one of many ways to make plain yogurt exciting. Less often I have used this as part of dips as well. Cucumbers are extremely beneficial for general health and this is one of my ways to feed Cucumber to my family.
I had recently shared recipe for Boondi Raita, and when you talk of Raita, list can never complete till Vegetable raita is talked about. Vegetable raita or mixed vegetable raita is cool, refreshing, however this does not have any steps with regards to cooking. A great accompaniment for the meal, or just eat on its own. Vegetable raita is full of goodness with vegetables and yogurt. I can just eat a bowl on this colourful raita anytime.
Boondi raita (बूंदी का रायता) is a simple, flavourful, yogurt based Indian condiment that’s served as a side with flavoured rice like vegetable pulav, Biryani, jeera rice or any Indian breads. Raita is an integral part of North Indian cuisine and there are numerous raita variations. Few of the popular variants made on daily basis in most household across India are cucumber raita, boondi Raita and vegetable raita.