Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Boondi raita.



Hello friends! As you all know I had amazing guest series going on over past two months, which wrapped up after the last post of kesar rasmalai. Today after all those amazing dishes I  bring to you one of my easy and simple yet yummy dish. I am sure you all love boondi raita with biryani and pulaos. So shall we start?

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Ingredients:

100 gms Boondi (dry and salted)
200gms  Curds
Salt to taste
1/4 tsp sugar (optional)
1/4 tsp cumin powder
1/4 tsp red chilli powder
1/4 tsp Black Pepper powder

coriander leaves to garnish

Method:
Soak boondi in bowl of water for 10-15mins. It would get bit soft and then drain out all the water. Blend curd with little water or more water if you want thin raita. Ideally its thick raita.  Add the masalas with salt. Mix well. Add soft and soaked boondi and mix well again. Garnish with coriander leaves and serve chilled with biryani or pulao. 

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Tasty delicious and quick and easy raita is ready. Over to you all for your lovely feedback.


23 comments:

  1. All time favorite raita....looks so yummy...

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  2. Want to taste this now with Briyani or pulav:)))yummy yummy!!!!

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  3. Super yum raita Meenu looks yummilicious... :) And I liked the addition of pepper powder haven't tried adding it :) Will give a try next time!!

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  4. Boondi raita is the yummiest Meena, I love it.

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  5. i love boondi raita..will be more delicious with biriyani..

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  6. I love it ..cool in summers.

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  7. I love Boondhi raita. I have never soaked my boondhis before. Will try to make some this way.

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  8. this looks superb and its my favorite, i loved to have it like a snack

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  9. Love this raitha, no need to chop any veggies..

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  10. This is ours all time favorite Raita !!!!

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  11. Who can resist to this delicious raita.

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  12. Estupenda receta me gusta,abrazos y abrazos.

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  13. Never heard of this before. Love such variety of raitas

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  14. I use to have this as evening snack in my childhood days.. Yummy yummy!!! I want this immediately aunty :)

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  15. thank u everyone for liking this and soaking boondi makes it soft so curd flavour goes inside boondi too

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