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Aloo Raita Monday, September, 11, 2006

Filed under: Salads and Raitas — coolpepper @ 2:40 pm

                                Raita is a yogurt/curd based condiment.This recipe is very popular in India. The yogurt is seasoned with salt, coriander leaves, onions and various vegetables like potatoes, cucumber, carrot, tomato,..etc. In Andhra Pradesh, we call raita as PERUGU PACHADI. Perugu pachadi is a simple raita made by mixing salt, tomato cubes,onions finely chopped, green chillies (finely chopped), Coriander leaves to the beaten yogurt/curd.

Types of raita:

Aloo Raita, Mint Raita, Pyaz ka Raita, Cucumber Raita, Carrot Raita, Bhindi Raita, ……..

              Aloo Raita

                                                   Aloo Raita

Here I am presenting you ALOO RAITA, which is very much similar to Perugu pachadi,.with little modifications.

Ingredients :

Potato – 1
Curd – 1 cup
Onions + spring onions – 1/4 cup
Black pepper powder – 1 teaspoon
coriander leaves
Salt , Oil

Method :

1.First, chop the potato (small cubes) and shallow fry them and set aside.
2.Beat the curd/yogurt well with egg beater or fork.
3.Add salt, black pepper powder, onions, spring onions.
4.Serve cold, garnished with shallow-fried potatoes and coriander leaves.
5.Goes well with any type of biryani/pulav.
              Sunday Dinner

            Mushroom Pulav, Aloo Raita, Drumstick fry – This was our Sunday’s dinner


6 Responses to “Aloo Raita”

  1. Archana Says:

    Looks like your sunday dinner was an awesome feast. Nice photos, thank you for the recipe.

  2. Deepti Says:

    Your Pulav looks wonderful!!! Let us know how you cooked your Drumstick fry….looks yummy…

  3. Alison Says:

    Ooh the chicken looks yummy. Can you also post a recipe for that?

  4. hansini Says:

    can u pls give the recipe of drumstick looks like a awesome

  5. coolpepper Says:

    Thankyou all.
    I ll post the recipe for chicken drumstick fry soon.

  6. Sanjana Says:

    thanks for sharing your Sunday lunch menu here. hey would like to get the recipe for Drumstick fry. Looks very attractive. Loved the aloo pieces floating in the thick yoghurt.
    Chk here for a thread on raitas and pachadis:

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