Of all the raita recipes, boondi raita is my favourite. It is a perfect accompaniment for North Indian food and is possibly the quickest raita to make. I usually make this raita if I have to make a raita for guests because you can’t go wrong with this raita, most people love it.
I usually make beetroot raita, veg raita, or fruit raita at home because of their nutritional value. I don’t make boondi raita as often as I would like because boondi is fried. But on some days when I don’t want to spend much time chopping vegetables or fruits, or just want to satiate my taste buds I make this raita. For me it is soul food, like dahi vada. There’s something about these two dishes; most women like them. Me, my mother, and my mother-in-law like dahi vada and raita. Not so much my hubby or kiddo.
A mix of curd, boondi, chat masala, red chilli powder, cumin seed powder, pepper powder, sugar and salt, garnished with fresh coriander leaves.
So here’s the super simple boondi raita recipe, one of my favourite raitas.
This post was last modified on April 23, 2019 5:42 am
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