Minty Banana Raita (kela ka Raita)

maayeka
Wed, 4 Jun 2014 04:26:03 +0000
A  mildly spiced yogurt dip of banana,mint and ginger. Summer calls for cool and refreshing yogurt raita and dips. Raitas are Indian style mildly spiced yogurt based dips. Different types of fruits and vegetables are added in raita to make it healthy ,filling and refreshing. Raita can be served as a side dish with meals or can have a bowl of thick raita when ever your hanger pangs hits you.  I love to make different types of raitas and dips to serve with daily meals.My family favourite is Spinach Raita , bottle gourd Raita and Pumpkin Raita. Bananas are packed with so many nutrients,very good for bones ,relieves anemia, aids digestion,lower blood pressure and most important it combat depression so it is very good to add in your daily diet.I have seen many people make sweet raita with banana but I loved this minty banana raita with the flavour of mint ,cumin and ginger,goes well with all types of rice and Indian breads. Prep time-10 min Cuisine-Indian Type-side serve-4 INGREDIENTS:- Yogurt /Dahi-2 cup Banana -2 Grated ginger-1/2  tsp Mint leaves -10 Black salt/kala namak -1/2 tsp Salt-to taste Sugar- 1.5 tsp Red chilli powder - 1/2 tsp Roasted cumin powder- 1/3 tsp PROCEDURE:- Take a bowl add curd and whisk well (add little water if needed) Mix grated ginger, mint leaves and all the spices and sugar in the curd. Peel and chop banana into thin roundels and add in the yogurt. Mix gently and serve chilled. serving suggestions-serve as a side dish or as a dip.
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