Mint Raita | How to make Pudina Raita

Mint Raita

Mint Raita or Pudina Raita is a popular Indian style mint flavoured yogurt dip made with fresh mint leaves, curds / yogurt. It is spiced with Indian spices and makes a delicious accompaniment for biryani or even parathas This easy and simple to make raita is made with freshly ground mint leaves along with green […]

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Beetroot Raita Recipe

Beetroot Raita

Beetroot Raita is a healthy raita made with roasted beetroot with other spices blended with thick curds. This is a quick dip you can make when you want a healthy option to serve with a pulao or even flatbreads. Beetroot Raita is part of my Thali theme and I feel so sad that I couldn’t […]

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Onion Raita | How to make Onion Raita for Biryani

Onion Raita

Onion Raita is the most simplest and easiest side dish you can make for your one pot meals like Biryani, Pulao or even as a side dish for Indian Flatbreads. This is one dish that can be done with just 3 ingredients or you can elaborate by adding more ingredients to enhance the taste. Though […]

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Nellikai Thayir Pachadi | How to make Amla Raita

Nellikai Thayir Pachadi

Nellikai Thayir Pachadi or Amla Raita is a fantastic way to include Amla in your meal. Amla is very rich in Vitamin C and helpful in increasing your immunity. While we have tried different methods to include Amla or the Indian Gooseberry in our diet regularly, we always end up missing it out majorly. Over […]

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Grilled Sweet Corn, Onion and Tomato Salsa

Along with the Vegetable Fajitas, I served this Grilled Sweet Corn with Onion and tomato Salsa. The salsas made with fresh ingredients are very refreshing on your tortillas as they add so much freshness and you get your share of vegetables as well. You can be very innovative with the salsa recipe. Grilled Sweet Corn, […]

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Ven Pongal, Kara Verkadalai ~ Navratri Special Dishes – Day 1

Wishing all my readers a blessed Navaratri! We always plan for something and something else happens! So true right. I have been looking forward to the pooja so much, thinking about what new neivedhyams I should do this year. With planning according to the colour and taste of the nine days, I have almost covered […]

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