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What is paratha without pickles!
What is idli without sambar! And
How can there be biryani/pulao without raita?
When you dig your hand in biryani and take that bite, your mouth can sense multiple pataka of flavour explosion. But the one that lingers in the mouth is the spiciness of the chillies and garam masala.
Your mouth is on fire, your nose and eyes start watering…
Guess who comes to your rescue? The humble RAITA!
Just a spoonful of raita and the whole spice level comes down to tolerable limits. You have a sense of gratitude when you prepare to dig into that biryani once again, mindful of mixing raita with it before taking the next bite!
Raita is an important accompaniment to any meal. It not only adds that freshness of curd but also the crunch of vegetables along with it. Nutritionally, it provides the necessary probiotics and prebiotics required by our gut for proper digestion of food.
Here are the recipes of three unique raitas which can add variety and nutrition to your meals.
Sweet potatoes are high in vitamin A, C and fibre. Combining it with curd and spices makes it one of the most nutritious and tasty raita to be had as an accompaniment.
Low on immunity? This raita is perfect to boost your immune system. Amla, rich in vitamin C paired with probiotic like curd can keep the digestion and immunity both going strong. Sattu ka spicy paratha + tomato chutney + Amla raita - heavenly combo!!!
A raita with hatke flavour. Another nutritious find with loads of health benefits. Ajwain leaves are known for reducing skin allergies, fighting colds and cough due to seasonal variations. Also used to treat intestinal worms, headaches etc. Need any more reason to make this raita?