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 Top 10 Healthy Raitas, Indian Raitas





Top 10 Healthy Raitas, Indian Raitas

Onions may bring a tear to your eye, and pungency to your breath, but they will most certainly bring delight to your taste buds. Sautéed chopped onions are so versatile that they can be added to most any vegetable dish. Onions are a staple food in India, and are therefore fundamental to Indian cooking. They are commonly used as a base for curries, or made into a paste and eaten as a main course or as a side dish.

You will love our collection of healthy raitas. No potatoes, sugar or high glycemic index foods used. All recipes are made from full fat curds which is good fat for your body. Yes, please don’t try low fat curds as that is no longer valid or true. You need to eat good fat and that will keep you fuller longer and also make you healthier.

You must eat good quality fat as that is the coroner stone of a good diet. Diet is often wrongly taken to eat low cal food or less calories. We present these healthy raitas made just for you.

Have these raitas as with your lunch or dinner. Since they are served cold they will always keep your body cool in the hot summer months. Try the Mint Raita , Palak Raita with Onions and Tomatoes during summer months. We have included flax seeds in our raita so try the Flax Seed Raita. The Tomato Onion Raita goes well with any roti or paratha.

Eat healthy, stay healthy. We would love to hear from you about this collection of raitas and please review the article.


Top 10 Healthy Raitas, Indian Raitas

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 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
Flax seeds are one of the richest sources of omega 3 fatty acids, which is essential to build immunity, prevent LDL oxidation and heart ailments. Combine it with calcium-rich curds to make a delectable Flax Seed Raita. Grated bottle gourd adds volume to this dish, while mint gives it an awesome flav ....
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 ....
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 by Tarla Dalal
The Palak Raita with Onions and Tomatoes is a vibrant gastronomic treat, that is visually very appealing too. The bowl features a splash of colours like green and red, and a burst of flavours from black salt, onions and tomatoes. The raita is so simple to make, yet tastes very refreshing. It has ....
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 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 ....
Radish is a vegetable that we tend to associate with parathas and subzis, and rarely with raitas . Ev ....
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 by Tarla Dalal
It feels creamy and rich, but it equally light and refreshing, giving everyone a reason to love the Kaddu ka Raita. Red pumpkin is tempered and cooked till soft, mashed and mixed with curds, and finally garnished with coriander and crushed roasted peanuts. The roasted peanut garnish is actually the ....
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 ....
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 by Tarla Dalal
Instead of being made as a gravy or soup, spinach is used along with boiled mixed sprouts to make a vibrantly-coloured and multi-textured raita. This scrumptious and refreshing Spinach and Mixed Sprouts Raita makes an exciting accompaniment to any meal. It also gives you the power of sprouts, ....
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 by Tarla Dalal
One of the most popular raitas in both North and South India, the Tomato Onion Raita combines the tangy taste of tomatoes with the sharp taste and juicy crunch of onions, to make a fabulous raita. A dash of cumin seeds powder, some green chillies and a garnish of coriander go a long way in making th ....
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