Winter Special: 5 Delicious Raita Recipes To Add To Your Winter Diet
The winter is the ideal time to savour mouth-watering meals packed with the goodness of seasonal vegetables. And let’s agree that a bowl of tasty raita makes a fantastic way to include seasonal vegetables in your meals. Regardless of the type of meal you are having, a bowl of raita can instantly add some zest. If you enjoy side dishes to go with your meals, we’ve got something that might astound you. In this article, we’ve compiled a list of raita recipes made with colourful winter vegetables. While it can be difficult to find a variety of vegetables in the summer, the winter flips the script and provides us with an abundance of nutrient-rich vegetables. These winter-specific vegetables will also help you face the harsh, chilly weather and strengthen you from within. So, what are you waiting for? Let’s get started with the recipes.
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Here’re 5 Delicious Raita Recipes To Add To Your Winter Diet
1. Beetroot And Roasted Pista Raita
This raita, which combines yoghurt with beetroot puree, red chilli powder, cumin powder, and roasted American pistachios, is a delicious side dish to serve with your meals. Add some fresh mint leaves and sprigs as a garnish. Click here for Beetroot And Roasted Pista Raita recipe.
2. Carrot Raita
According to consultant nutritionist Rupali Datta, “Carrots are high in nutrients, with beta-carotene being the most commonly found nutrient. They also contain Vitamin C, Folates, and Vitamin K1. They are also high in antioxidants, combining to make them a superfood!” Given its nutritional value, we’ve created a refreshing carrot raita recipe that can be a tasty addition to your winter diet. Click here for Carrot Raita recipe.
3. Methi Raita
Enjoy this wholesome, healthy, and revitalising raita that is filled with the goodness of methi and tantalising flavours of garlic, green chilli, and chaat masala! Click here for Methi Raita recipe.
4. Spinach Raita
Last but not the least, we bring you a refreshing yogurt-based dish made with spiced spinach and curd. Spinach raita goes well with pulao, biryani, and dal roti. Click here for Spinach Raita recipe.
5. Bathua Raita
Bathua is a highly versatile veggie that can be used in a variety of ways, including roti, paratha, and even saag, but bathua raita is one of the best ways to enjoy its goodness. Click here for Bathua Raita recipe.
Now that you know how to make these raitas, try them out and let us know how you all liked them in the comments below.
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