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Lunch Raita recipes
Last Updated : Nov 09,2018
Doodhi Pachadi / Spicy Doodhi Raita by Tarla Dalal
Pachadis are the south Indian equivalent of raita, and commonly there are two types of this accompaniment. The ones made with colocassia
as the base are usually spicy, while the ones made with curds as the base are are normally bland. However, here is a unique ....
Baingan Bharta with Curds, Roasted Eggplant with Curds by Tarla Dalal
A refreshing twist to the traditional Baingan Bharta that is sure to surprise you pleasantly!
Here, the roasted eggplants are blended with curds and a couple of flavour-givers like green chillies and coriander, and then chilled, to make a delectable dish that will tickle your taste buds.
Burhani Raita, Hyderabadi Masala Curd Raita by Tarla Dalal
Burhani Raita is a nice and masaledar Hyderabadi
raita, which combines the pungency of garlic with the aroma of coriander and the flavour of popular spice powders.
The Burhani Raita is super easy to make – you just need to whisk the curds and mix in the r ....
Bhindi Raita by Tarla Dalal
Many people are afraid of using ladies finger in a raita as they think it will get gooey. But, you will pleasantly surprised to see that it is a best-fit for raitas... you just need to know the right way of including it.
Deep-fried ladies finger, when added to curds and seasoned with spice powde ....
Onion Raita, Pyaz ka Raita by Tarla Dalal
This is a must-know, must-try recipe even for those who have just started out on the path of cooking!
Onion Raita, a delectable combination of onions and curds spiced gently with green chillies and cumin seeds powder, is a fabulous combination for just about any Indian dish, be it a
Tomato Raita by Tarla Dalal
From North to South, Tomato Raita is a popular accompaniment all over the country. Two tangy ingredients – tomatoes and curds – come together in this super-easy recipe, which requires no cooking.
Seasoned with a dash of spice powders and salt, the Tomato Raita is indeed a tongue-tickling accompa ....
Cucumber Pachadi, South Indian Cucumber Raita by Tarla Dalal
A semi-spicy cucumber raita made in a typical South Indian
style, with sautéed onions, green chillies and an aromatic tempering. This is not an everyday raita but a special one, with tongue-tickling flavours and ingredients of assorted textures.
31 May 18
Spinach Raita, for Weight Loss and Athletes by Tarla Dalal
First things first, this Spinach Raita is a pleasure to look at – with vibrant green shreds of spinach dotting sparkling white curds. The very appearance tempts you to taste it, while the punchy taste of black salt makes you fall in love with.
This flavourful Spinach Raita is a great dish for at ....
02 Oct 18
Boondi Raita by Tarla Dalal
Here is a raita that includes the fun of having your favourite namkeen too. When you have boondi on hand, the Boondi Raita is extremely quick and easy to make. Just mix in chilled curds, spice powders and boondi, garnish with coriander and you are ready to go. You can serve this raita immediately if ....
Banana Raita by Tarla Dalal
A perfect blend of sweet and spice, this Banana Raita will change your view about the fruit. If you thought it could be used to make only desserts and fruit salads, you will be pleasantly surprised by this recipe, where we make a mouth-watering raita with bananas and fresh curds tempered with mustar ....
Mint Raita ( Phudina Raita) by Tarla Dalal
Mint works it magic once again, leaving the diners spellbound with this flavourful and aromatic raita. The Mint Raita features an ideal combination of flavours including the peppiness of mint, the soothing tanginess of curds and the mild spiciness of cumin. A spoonful of sugar helps to highlight all ....
Lauki Phudina Raita by Tarla Dalal
Raitas are an indispensable part of Indian meals. They combine well with main courses and snacks that are spice heavy, but also taste great just like that! Here is a delicious raita of bottle gourd and tomatoes, perked up with mint leaves and roasted cumin seeds. Here, we have replaced full-fat curd ....
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