Do you like "Raita" , An Indian recipy.. I am sure you will love to eat.

India
August 8, 2008 6:03am CST
Hi all, I like Raita, the Indian Thali(dish) is incomplete without Raita. their are many way to prepare, but the common way, which you will find in all Indian house hold is onion + Cucumber + tomato(optional) + coriander leaves, , salt for taste, if require, peper powder on top. Oh i forgot all this Ingredients goes in yoghurt. So if you want to enjoy a new recipy, search for raita on web and get the recipy. time req is 15 min. or go to the site http://www.indianfoodsco.com/Recipes/Raita/Raita.htm I am going to prepare the same today for dinner. So what are you planing for todays lunch or dinner. thanks
4 responses
@subha12 (18463)
• India
11 Aug 08
i am an indian and we have it sometimes. but in the region taht we stay, its not taht there is no meal that does not end with raita. still its liked by us.
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• India
11 Aug 08
Hi subha, thanks for the responce, i am from gujrat but staying in Maharastra, so whenever i aske for maharastrian dish , raita is with that, when i am having biryani they give with it.. even in gujrat (summer time) we have raita. thanks and enjoy
@checapricorn (16072)
• United States
8 Aug 08
Hi yogesh, I have not tried this but I do love to try it...Will see if I can do it tonight but for sure one of these days, I will give a try!
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• India
8 Aug 08
Hi checapricorn, yes try any time, iam sure you will fall in love with indian food. and if you get stuck anywhere, i will be there to help you. thanks and enjoy :)
@Bluepatch (2481)
• Trinidad And Tobago
8 Aug 08
What I'm grateful for here is the website for Indian food. This kind of food is the tastiest type of eating and there is a lot of it in Trinidad. So I'm checking the site and thank you very much.
• India
8 Aug 08
thanks blupatch, even i am picking up few recipy from that site. but it seem very slow. is it same there with you? enjoy eating :)
• India
8 Aug 08
Hi friend, i am indian. I know this dish. But known by other name. I like this fish very much. Do you where was its origin. Is it south indian or north indian dish. We call it as "Sambharam". Thanks. Keep in touch. Happy Myloting :-)
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• India
8 Aug 08
thank ajesh, i didnt knew that, i am from gujrat but born and broughtup in Maharastra, so i felt that its a maharastian dish.. Thanks and enjoy :)