This Mint Raita Recipe, which is sometimes called yoghurt sauce, is fantastic when served as a starter side dish with popadoms, samosa, and kebabs such as sheesh or shami.In addition, I also think it works really well as accompaniment to have with many of my curry recipes, so much so that here at Currytastic Towers we tend to have it with all curries.
What is Mint Raita?
In Indian cuisine, Raita is a side dish or a “dip” that is made of yoghurt with raw or sometimes cooked vegetables, herbs and spices.
What is Mint Raita Used For?
It can be used to contrast the spiciness of curries or kebabs and have a cooling, soothing effect.It can also be used to compliment the spiciness by having chilli added to it.
As you’d expect from something with different uses there are as many, many different recipes for raita and the one below is the one I tend to make, which happens to be a spicy one.
What is Mint Raita Sauce Made Of?
It is typically made of yoghurt with the addition of herbs, spices and raw or cooked vegetables. There’s no single recipe for raita, Recipes tend to vary region by region and family by family, as well as season to season.
Do you Put Mint Raita on Curry?
Yes, most definitely. Depending on the type of raita you have you it will either cool the spiciness or add to it. This mint raita recipe adds more spiciness to your starters or curries.
How Many Calories are in this Mint Raita Recipe?
The calories count in this Recipe can be as few as 50kcal per serving if you use fat free yogurt.
Spicy Mint Raita Recipe
This mint raita recipe can be made to be as spicy as you want. If you want it to be soothing then just omit any chilli powder
Pizza Hut spicy beef pizza topping. Hmmm, nom nom nom.
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