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Tuesday, 26 January 2016
Boondi Ka Raita Recipe
Raita is a dish of Indian subcontinent made from yogurt / curd and vegetables. The word raita in Hindi and Urdu is a derivative of the Sanskrit word rajika which means black mustard and tiktaka which mean sharp. Raita has stormed to the cuisines around the very fast and it is one of the best and loved side dishes, it is very famous in China and Chinese raita is made same way as they make in Indian subcontinent.
There are so many different ways you can make this dish, you can use almost all the vegetables, the recipe we are going to share today is called boondi raita. Boondi is a Rajasthani snack food made from fried chickpea flour. Boondi raita is a delicious recipeand very popular in India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. Boondi raita is one of the tastiest raita anyone can prepare. There is also myth that says word boondi has come from a Hindi word Boond which means drop. Boondi Raita Recipe is an easy preparation of Boondi in Curd Mixture. Today I will share the recipe of Boondi Raita that took a crispy Boondi Raita. Is one of the most traditional North Indian Raita. Boondi ka Raita Is a healthy and delicious accompaniment which goes very well with Indian meals. This is one of the simplest raita around. how can make boondi raita. I will give you recipe tips. easy to make.. It's yummy Raita.
1: Yogurt or curd 2 Cups
2: Gram flour 100g
3: Cumin powder half teaspoon
4: Salt as per taste
5: Red chili powder as per taste
6: Garam masala 1 pinch
7: Coriander leaves handful (finely chopped)
8: Oil to fry
1.Add water to gram flour and mix well to spreading consistency.
2.Add salt & beat till becomes light. Heat oil & pass the paste through draining spoon. Fry till golden & crisp.
3.Stir the curd with hand mixer(mathani).
4.Add boondi and mix gently. If it becomes thick add little milk and mix it.
5.Now add salt, cumin powder and chili powder, mix well.
6.Sprinkle garam masala and garnish with chopped coriander.
7.Keep in refrigerator for an hour or so.
8.Serve boondi raita chilled.
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