Raita is a very classic and traditional Indian, Pakistani and Bangladeshi side dish that is made with yogurt often known as dahi or curd. The yogurt is combined with a raw or cooked vegetables and sometimes even a few fruits along with a seasoning or spices. Raitas are most often had along with a Biryani, a Pulao or Parathas and make a perfect cooling accompaniment to those dishes. In this section you will find the best collection of raitas from across regional cuisines in India like Boondi Raita, Tomato Onion Raita, Palak Raita, Lauki Raita and more.

Manathakkali Thayir Pachadi Recipe

Manathakkali or Black night shade has a myriad of health benefits. In general, only vathal kulambu is made of this berry, however this recipe is slight unusual but very tasty. In Manathakkali Thayir Pachadi Recipe, Manathakkali is combined with Mor milagai and mixed with thick yogurt & salt. Manathakkali is a seasonal berry which mostly is available in January season in India. Serve Manathakkali Thayir Pachadi Recipe chilled, or at room temperature, along with Maharashtrian Multigrain ...

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Makhana Ka Raita Recipe

Makhana Ka Raita Recipe is a simple Indian relish made from yogurt (curd) which is mixed with toasted makhana (puffed Lotus seeds) and Indian spice powders. This is very easy to make and is a variation to the normal raitha made from vegetables. Makhan or Lotus seeds or fox nut is an interesting ingredient which is rich in Key minerals making it very healthy when added to our dish. Serve the Makhana Ka Raita Recipe along with Gobi Biryani (Spiced Cauliflower Rice) Recipe If you are looking for ...

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Raw Banana Raita Recipe

Raitas are a yogurt based condiment served along side the many Indian dishes. It is an essential part of the thali menu in Indian cuisine. There are various types of raitas which we make on a day to day basis, ranging from cucumber, tomato, onion, mixed vegetables to name a few.  Raw Banana Raita Recipe is a bit different from others, and has the goodness of plantains or raw bananas in it. Serve the Raw Banana Raita along with vegetable biryani and salad for a weekend lunch.  Other ...

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Carrot Pachadi With Coconut Recipe

Pachadi's are nothing but a kind of raita known in Tamil. Carrot Pachadi with Coconut Recipe is one of the easiest and a little different variety of carrot raita you can prepare when you plan your next party menu. It is yummy and easy on the tummy.  Serve the Carrot Pachadi along with Vegetable Biryani or Paneer Biryani for your weekend brunch along with Kachumber salad. If you like this recipe, you can also try other raita recipes such as Bhindi Raita Recipe Boondi Raita Recipe Tadka ...

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Fruit Pachadi Recipe

A sweet, juicy and tasty fruits and yogurt delicacy with lots of coconut and green chilies makes Fruit Pachadi Recipe. This is a South Indian style fruit raita where fruits are cooked and then mixed with yogurt and tempered with chilli and mustard. The pachadi tastes heavenly when served with lunch or dinner and of course, it suits to play the role of mock role of dessert as well. Serve Fruit Pachadi Recipe with Fried Samvat Rice recipe or with Amritsari Ajwaini Paneer Recipe with hot Phulkas. Here ...

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Beetroot Carrot Raita Recipe

Beetroot Carrot Raita Recipe is healthy, delicious and beautiful in colour. It can be served with roti, biryani or dal and rice. It is very healthy and is a best recipe to make something new with beetroot and carrot. Serve Beetroot Carrot Raita along with Peshawari Chole and Phulkas for a weekday lunch or dinner. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Raita recipe such as Boondi Raita Recipe Tomato Onion Cucumber Raita Recipe Bhindi Raita Recipe

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Vellarikka Kichadi Recipe (Kerala Style Cucumber In Spiced Coconut Yogurt Recipe)

Vellarikka Kichadi Recipe (Kerala Style Cucumber In Spiced Coconut Yogurt Recipe) is a simple side dish made from the region of Kerala. It is a simple side dish made from cucumber that is tossed with spiced coconut mixture and dipped in with creamy yogurt base. The dish forms a very important part in the Onam Sadhya. It is relished with other delicious dishes made during the festival. It helps to cleanse the palate as a salad and provides an extra flavor while eating your meal. Serve your delicious ...

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Corn And Onion Raita Recipe

Corn And Onion Raita serves as a perfect side dish along with your meal. It is easy and tastes delicious. You can also serve this at your house parties along with pulav or biryanis. Serve Corn And Onion Raita along with Vegan Kofta Curry and Phulkas for a perfect weekday lunch or dinner. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Raita recipes such as Boondi Raita Recipe Bhindi Raita Recipe Lauki Raita Recipe

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Kerala Style Beetroot Pachadi Recipe

Beetroot pachadi recipe is very good accompaniment for rice and it is usually prepared by people in Kerala during Onam feast. The beetroot pachadi has light sweetness, sourness and spiciness. This pachadi has a pleasing pink colour and prepared by adding curd to the cooked beetroot. Serve this Kerala Style Beetroot Pachadi Recipe during a meal along with steamed rice, Vendakkai Uppadan and Jack Fruit Seeds Stir Fry Recipe. If you like this recipe, try our other similar recipes like Ripen Mango ...

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Sweet & Spicy Coriander Tadka Raita

Coriander Tadka Raita is perfect to be eaten with stuffed parathas, biryani or with pulaos. It is easy to make and takes only 15 minutes to get prepared. You can also include it in your meals with dal, sabzi and phulkas. Tempering this raita makes it more delicious and flavourful. Serve Coriander Tadka Raita along with Aloo Paratha, Muli Paratha or any other Paratha of your choice. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Raita recipes such as Palak Raita Recipe Boondi Raita Recipe Avocado ...

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Cucumber Green Chilli Raita Recipe

Cucumber Green Chilli Raita is made from yogurt with a mixture of fresh produce such as cucumber, carrot and tomato with a little hint of chopped green chilli. The chopped coriander gives it a garden-fresh aroma. The raita is then finished with a sprinkle of some Indian spice like cumin powder and red chili powder to give it a hit of spice. Serve the Cucumber Green Chilli Raita as a side dish when you make Biryani or Parathas If you are looking for yogurt recipes here are some of our ...

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Papad Raita Recipe

Papad Raita Recipe is unique and very different from the other raita recipes. It's simple and easy to make with very few easily available ingredients from the pantry. Use the spicy or the pepper papad for this recipe to make the dish interesting. Serve the Papad Raita along with Chana Pulao or any other Pulao for a simple weeknight dinner. If you like this recipe, you can also try other recipes such as Boondi Raita Recipe Palak Raita Recipe Tadka Raita Recipe  

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Lal Bhoplyacha Bharit Recipe (Red Pumpkin Raita)

Lal Bhoplyache Bharit is a Maharashtrian side dish made by mixing steamed red pumpkin, curd, crushed groundnuts and is then tempered with flavourful spices. The recipe is very quick and uses simple day-to-day ingredients. This appetising raita is a great side dish even if you are fasting and is sure to win over even those who do not like pumpkin. Serve Lal Bhoplyache Bharit with roti for a light weekday lunch or with Bhagar or Sabudana Khichdi for a fasting feast or serve it with Kala Vatana Amti ...

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Bhindi Raita Recipe (Okra Salad)

Bhindi Raita (Okra Salad) is a delicious side dish made by adding spiced curd to crisp okra slices. This is a no onion/garlic recipe is fairly simple and is a refreshing treat for Bhindi lovers/non-lovers alike. You can either pan fry the Bhindi slices or Microwave or air fry till crisp. Serve Bhindi Raita with roti or Rice and Panchmel Dal for a light everyday meal. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Raita recipes such as Boondi Raita Recipe Tadka Raita Recipe Avocado Raita ...

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Sundakkai (Turkey Berries) Raita Recipe

For the Sundakkai (Turkey Berries) Raita Recipe,  Sundakkai(turkey berries) are cooked along with spices and mixed with yogurt and a paste is made, added with coriander, ginger and green chilli. If you are an eggplant lover, then you must try this recipe. Sundakkais are miniatures of eggplants and they almost taste the same when they are cut into half except that there are too many seeds when compared to the bigger egg plants.  The Sundakkai Raita can be served as a side dish with ...

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Senai Pachadi Recipe (Elephant Yam Raita)

Senai or Elephant Yam is one of those vegetables which is very high in fibre. There are various ways to prepare this dish and one of my favourite is the Senai Pachadi or Elephant Yam raita. Generally, elephant yam is fried as a curry or chips. This is completely the boiled version of using the elephant yam and it is very healthy. Along with Indian meals, Senai Pachadi can also be served as a dip for Italian or any other western dishes without garnishing. Serve Senai Pachadi along with Mixed Vegetable ...

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Vegan Coconut Yogurt Recipe

Coconut Yogurt is a dairy-free variant of regular cow's milk yogurt and easier to make at home than you think. This is perfect for anyone with dairy-related allergies or anyone following a vegan diet. Serve Vegan Coconut Yogurt along with Quinoa Vangi Bath for a perfect weekday lunch or dinner. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Curd recipes such as Burani Raita Lauki Raita Avocado Raita

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Tadka Raita Recipe (Spiced Curd With Onions)

Tadka Raita tastes great as a side dish with your meal or you can even serve it with Biryani and Pulav. It is very easy to make and adds a twist to your regular meals. Serve Tadka Raita with Aloo Paratha or any other stuffed paratha of your choice. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Raita Recipes such as Boondi Raita Burani Raita Palak Raita  

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Carrot Orange Walnut Raita (Fruity Nutty Yogurt) Recipe

Raita is a curd based dish served as accompaniment with Indian meals. Here we are making Fruity Nutty raita. It is a combination of carrot, orange and walnut with curd. It is so easy that it takes hardly a few minutes to prepare. And if you prepare it for parties it will be the centre of attraction. It has richness of dry fruits, therefore it is good to include it in your diet. A raita full of energy and full of taste. Try it and you will regret for not trying it before! Carrot Orange Walnut Raita ...

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Beetroot Tambuli (Beetroot Raita With Coconut) Recipe

Beetroot Tambuli, also otherwise known as Saasive is a gem from the Kannada cuisine bursting with flavours. This dish pairs very well with rice and a great addition on special menus. Serve Beetroot Tambuli with Mixed Vegetable sambar and steamed rice for a delicious meal. You can also try other similar recipes such as Pumpkin Raita Raw Mango Raita Avocado Raita

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Boondi Raita Recipe Spiced With Black Salt

Boondi Raita Recipe is a simple and popular yogurt based dish served as an accompaniment to biryani, pulav or tehari. The boondi raita is a regular part of the meal in any home in Eastern Uttar Pradesh. The special ingredient is the boondi, that is made from a paste of ground chickpea flour with a little turmeric, salt and chilli powder added to the paste, little drops of the paste are deep fried, added to beaten yogurt flavoured with black salt, powdered roasted cumin seeds and optionally garnished ...

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Burani Raita Recipe (Garlic Based Yogurt)

Burani raita is a creamy raita from the Hyderabadi cuisine, which is very easy and quick to prepare and pairs perfectly with spicy biryanis. This raita is not only refreshing but is packed with the flavours too. Not only spicy biryanis, you can also have it along with kababs, vegetables curries and phulkas. If you like this, you can also try Paka Kela Anar Raita Recipe, Beetroot Raita and Mooli Raita.  

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