Are you one of those people who needs to order extra raita at a restaurant because you find the complimentary raita given with biryani too less? Me too. 🙂 I love raita with biryani, pulao, or khichdi. And it’s too damn simple to make. Make it with veggies, fruits, boondi, just about anything you like. Raita recipe I am sharing in this post is probably the most common raita. It’s consumed across our country, namely, vegetable raita.
Vegetable raita can be eaten practically in any season. But, it is most beneficial in summer. We should consume more raw vegetables and curd in hot weather. We can eat veg raita with biryani or khichdi. This way we manage to include 4 food groups in one meal itself—grains, proteins/pulses, vegetables, and dairy. I have shared recipes of beetroot raita, and sabudana and cucumber raita before. This adds one more raita recipe to MumMumTime’s collection. If you want to take a look at some easy and simple salad / kachumber recipes I have shared before, click here.