January 2, 2012

VERMICELLI RAITA


This is my favourite raita....i got this from a very old news paper.....This is a delicious raita which goes well with simple pulao or biryani recipes.Instead of regular upma you can try this new variety for a change..... I hope you guys will like this..here it is ...


Ingredients

vermicelli/semiya-1 cup
thick curd-1 cup
water-3 cups(for boil)
boiled milk-1/2 cup
salt-to taste
grated carrot-1/2 cup
grated cucumber-1/2 cup
ginger-small piece
green chillies-4
cilantro leaves-handful

TO TEMPER/TADKA/POPU

raisins-10
curry leaves-1 sprig
mustard seeds-1/2 tsp
cashews-4(optional)
dry red chilli-1
ghee-1 tbsp



Preparation

dry fry the vermicelli and add to the boiled water.....when it is cooked/turns soft remove water and add some cold water to semiya to avoid sticking..Drain n keep it aside..

mix the boiled milk in curd..add in grated carrot and cucumber too.crush the ginger and green chillies and to the curd.

add vermicelli and salt to the curd...now in a kadai/pan heat ghee add all the ingredients one by one which given under tadka,saute for few seconds and add this to the curd
garnish with cilantro and keep it in the fridge for some time....

You can serve with rice /pulao/biryani. tastes good when serve chilled.........

8 comments:

  1. i am trying this at the first chance to make raita. sounds pretty cool. i found another good raita recently. look for masala raita in my blog...

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  2. thank you so much for visiting my blog and for your comments... you have a fabulous blog with amazing recipes... china grass is agar agar, a thickening agent often used in sweets or desserts....

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  3. wishing you and your family a prosperous New year...
    sounds interesting n unique, looks creamy...

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  4. Happy New Year Maha!!this sounds interesting...thanks for sharing this yummy recipe...you have a lovely space...glad to follow you...hope you too will join my site(if u like)

    Spicy Treats
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  5. wow super cool raitha.. Happy new year!!

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  6. Hi Maha, Lovely to hear from you. I am not sure how I missed your blog for such a long time..
    Awesome collection of recipes dear..:))
    I love the lovely picture on the header...did you cook everything and capture the picture... Wonderful work..:))
    Truly reflects your passion for cooking..:)
    I can see that you are blogging from Brazil, How is life in Brazil??
    Do keep in touch ..:))If you have some biryani recipes or sesame seed recipes, do link it up with the ongoing events in my blog..:))
    Reva

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  7. A very different raita...sounds good.

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  8. Yummy raita!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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