pudina raita recipe | mint raita recipe | mint raita sauce recipe

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pudina raita recipe | mint raita recipe with detailed photo and video recipe. a minty flavourful yogurt dip recipe prepared with mint leaves and curd. it is typically served as accompaniment with spicy biryani recipes or pulao recipes to reduce the spice heat.
mint raitapudina raita recipe | mint raita recipe with step by step photo and video recipe. basically a flavoured yogurt dip prepared from grounded mint leaves and mixed with curd. it is a ideal condiment which can be either served with spicy rice recipes or even with starters like samosa, aloo tikki etc.

raita recipes are very common in my house. well i personally do not prefer to have raita recipes for any rice recipes or for paratha. but it is a must recipe for my husband. hence i try to vary with raita recipe each time i prepare any spicy rice recipe. moreover, i even prepare pudina raita with any starters like paneer ghee roast, chilli paneer, mirchi bajji. basically it helps to reduce the heat of these spicy dishes, yet not compromising on the taste.

pudina raita

furthermore, some tips and tricks for a perfect mint raita recipe. firstly, do not use a sour curd or yogurt for this raita recipe. sour curd would spoil the taste when mixed with mint leaves. secondly, whisk your curd before using it with raita recipe. whisked curd would give a smooth texture to pudina raita recipe. lastly, you can also add coriander leaves while blending to make it coriander mint raita recipe.

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Recipe type: raita
Cuisine: Indian
Serves: 2 Servings
Ingredients
  • fistful pudina / mint leaves
  • 1 cup thick fresh curd / yogurt, whisked
  • ½ tsp kashmiri chilli powder / mirchi powder
  • ½ tsp roasted cumin powder
  • salt to taste
Instructions ( 1 cup =255 ml)
  1. firstly, take a fistful of mint / pudina leaves a small blender.
  2. furthermore, add 1 tbsp of curd / yogurt. avoid adding water to prevent raita from turning watery.
  3. blend mint to smooth paste. add extra curd / water if required.
  4. transfer the blend pudina paste into a large mixing bowl.
  5. further, add thick curd to it.
  6. also add chilli powder, roasted cumin powder and salt.
  7. give a good mix making sure the spices are mixed well.
  8. finally, serve the mint raita or pudina raita along with biryani or pulao.


how to make pudina raita or mint raita with step by step photo recipe:

  1. firstly, take a fistful of mint / pudina leaves a small blender.
    pudina raita
  2. furthermore, add 1 tbsp of curd / yogurt. avoid adding water to prevent raita from turning watery.
    mint raita
  3. blend mint to smooth paste. add extra curd / water if required.
    mint raita
  4. transfer the blend pudina paste into a large mixing bowl.
    mint raita
  5. further, add thick curd to it.
    pudina raita
  6. also add chilli powder, roasted cumin powder and salt.
    pudina raita
  7. give a good mix making sure the spices are mixed well.
    pudina raita
  8. finally, serve the mint raita or pudina raita along with biryani or pulao.
    pudina raita


notes:

  • firstly, to enhance the raita flavour also add coriander leaves along with pudina.
  • furthermore, whisk the curd well before adding to raita.
  • additionally, squeeze some lemon juice for a tangy flavour.
  • finally, mint raita / pudina raita taste great when prepared with fresh creamy curd.

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