Sunday, 3 January 2016

Chinese Raita Recipe

Chinese Raita

Raita is an side dish made with yogurt and chopped vegetables with spices of your choice to give it an yummy taste. Raita is a word from Sanskrit language, the word raita comes from two Sanskrit words, 'rajika', which means 'black mustard' and 'tiktaka' meaning 'spicy' or 'pungent'.
The raita is a close relative of Turkish Humus and there are many types of raita as the few types i have written below.

Types of Raita:

1: Mixed vegetable raita

2: Cucumber raita

3: Pineapple raita

4: Pudina raita

5: Boondi raita

6: Aloo raita

7: Baingan raita

8: Sprouted moong raita

9: Sonf raita

10: Chinese raita


1: Yogurt one and half cup

2: Green bell pepper half (finely chopped)

3: Red bell pepper half (finely chopped)

4: Onion 1 (finely chopped)

5: cabbage one forth of cup (grated)

6: Black pepper powder as per taste

7: Salt as per taste

8: Paprika powder half tea spoon (for garnishing) 


Mix bell peppers, onion, black pepper powder, salt in yogurt and refrigerate for few hour.
Garnish with cabbage and paprika powder.

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