Showing posts with label Raita. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Raita. Show all posts

April 2, 2013

How to Make Mix Fruit Raita

In earlier recipes we saw many recipes of raitas. And now it's time for another raita recipe. A mix fruit raita is basically a mixture of lots of fruits and yummy creamy curd. I used hung curd for creamy effect and lots of colourful fruits. This recipe can be served as side dish with lunch or dinner. And as i used skimmed milk for curd it is good for health also. So, try this with your lunch or dinner today.

Preparation time - 10 minutes
Cooking time - nil

October 9, 2012

How to Make Caramelized Yoghurt

Recipe By Naiya Sheth: Learn how to make Caramelized Curd. Actually curd is a natural milk product which is made by adding a small quantity of curd in lukewarm milk. And when it is mixed with fruits, dry fruits or any flavours it is called yoghurt. There are different types of yoghurt available in market. But here it's a home made recipe for Caramelized Yoghurt. A sweet yoghurt with rich and yummy taste of caramelized sugar. 

July 11, 2012

How to Make Coriander Raita

Recipe by Naiya Sheth : Learn how to make coriander raita. We know that curd known as yoghurt is very rich in calcium. Along with calcium it contains carbohydrates, proteins, saturated fat and unsaturated fat. At the same time we are using coriander in this recipe which is good source of iron, magnesium,dietary fibre. It lowers bad cholesterol and rises good cholesterol. This home made recipe of Coriander Raita can be served at the time of lunch or dinner.

July 2, 2012

How to Make Shahi Raita

Recipe by Naiya Sheth : Learn how to make Shahi Raita. In Indian cuisine raita plays an important roll. There are different types of raita in our menu. From them today we are making Shahi Raita. This delicious raita contains lots of fruits and dry fruits. Means good in taste and health also.

July 1, 2012

How to Make Cucumber Raita

Recipe by Naiya Sheth : Learn how to make Cucumber Raita. This is a home made recipe for Mint flavoured uncooked Cucumber Raita. As we all knows cucumber - known as kakdi is good in nutrition and good for our skin. Because it contains lots of water with vitamin c and caffeic acid which helps to soothe skin irritation and reduce swelling. This recipe can be served with rice, paratha, or pakodas.

June 30, 2012

How to Make Bundi Raita

Recipe by Naiya Sheth : Learn how to make Bundi Raita. This is a hone made recipe which can be used as stomach filler between two meals or as a single meal. Bundi Raita is a home made recipe which we likes a lot. My son even likes to have it once in a month. Earlier we learn about making of Bundi Ladu. It is a sweet version of masala bundi.If masala bundi is ready it is very easy and quick to make it. Just mix and eat. 

June 29, 2012

How to Make Mix Veg. Raita

Recipe by Naiya Sheth : Learn how to make Mix Veg. Raita. In Indian cuisine  raita plays an important part. Basically  raitas are made from curd-yoghurt. So it is a calcium rich recipe. And we are going to add different ingredients in it to make it more healthy and delicious. This home made recipe for Mix Veg.Raita can be served with pulao-rice plate or as side dish with breads like naan, parathas or kulchas. This raita contains lots of vegetables like cucumber, carrot, coriander, mint, tomato, beat etc. So it's a very healthy and yummy recipe, but it is very easy to make. 

June 26, 2012

How to Make Makhana Raita

Recipe by Naiya Sheth : Learn how to make makhana Raita. Makhanas are known as fox nuts. Normally we are not using it often. They looks similar to white popcorns. It is necessary to roast it before eating. Earlier we were used to roast it in pan with oil or ghee. But now it is possible to  roast it without oil in microwave. 

It can be used to burn fat. Normally it is used to make makhana curry or mutter makhana vegetables. But from the health part of view people prefer makhana-fox nuts simply roasted. Now here in this hoe made recipe we are using makhanas for making Makhana Raita. Here it is a kind of diet raita so we are avoiding sugar but it can be added as per the taste.