Boondi Raita is a delightfully refreshing yogurt side-dish that goes well with most Indian dishes. This simple and easy-to-make recipe combines tiny crispy Puffs of chickpea flour with fresh yogurt. Its getting Hotter day by day and this time we just need to have something cool stuff. what else can be best except this Raita.
I love having Curd recipes specially in summer. There are so many recipes and raitas which you can make. like Cucumber Raita, Carrot Raita, Boondi Raita, Papad Raita, Besan chilla Raita. etc.....
ohhh its an Endless Raitas. And the Best Part is that it is so so Easy that anyone can make.
There are so many ways to make this Boondi Raita, some add only few spices salt, sugar and boondi only...I personaly like to add some cucumber, Carrot and Onion too in my Raita....Mmmmmm..Its so So Mouthwatering...........Even Prisha loved it Today....She had it first time, initially she was ignoring it, but after enjoying the taste, she had it on and on..hehehehe!!! she asked me, Mumma ye kya he? :))) Awwww...cho chweet, I told her that This is a Raita, A Boondi Raita, with her She said Boondi...:) I was so so Happy that she had it..well, lets have a cool journey of this yummy Boondi Raita with some veggies.!!!
1/2 Cup Boondi (fried gram flour Puffs)
200 Gms yogurt
1 Tbsp Chopped Carrot
1 Tbsp Chopped Cucumber
1 Tbsp Chopped Onion
1 Tbsp red chili powder
1 Tbsp sugar
1 Tbsp cumin seed powder
1/2 tsp Mint powder (I like it in any Raita)
5-6 chopped mint leaves
Black Salt as per Taste
coriander leaves for Grarnish
1. Combine all the ingredients except boondi into a mixing bowl. Give a nice whisk until all are incorporated well.
2. Add Black salt for seasoning and chili powder for spice if required.
3. Put the bowl in the fridge to chill. Just before serving top the Raita with Boondi. Mmmmmmm, Love it!
A very refreshing and mouth watering recipe dear. Loved it!ReplyDelete
Thank you dear kushi!!Delete
Bondi Raita looks yummy and refreshing!! I can have it anytime.Thans for sharing.ReplyDelete
Love to have it chilled specially in summer. It is perfect for a party too. I make it often.ReplyDelete
Love the color in this dish. I love raita as an accompaniment, so cooling!ReplyDelete
Another recipe that is new to me and I love the look and colours. Sounds lovely and fresh.ReplyDelete
wow! Bondi raita it so tasty and delicious. i am very happy for real this blog! thankyou for shearing! chowringhee satyaniketanReplyDelete