Mint yoghurt "Indian style". This super fast recipe will give you a classic Indian restaurant style mint sauce. Add the yogurt to a small bowl and mix in the mint sauce. Add the turmeric, mix and taste, add more in small amounts to your taste but don't go mad.
It is very simple to make but delicious. Recipe by: RaewynL Wellington, New Zealand. This is a standard Indian mint chutney served with poppadums along with onion salad and sweet mango chutney in most of the restaurants in the UK. You can cook Mint yoghurt "Indian style" using 2 ingredients and 1 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Mint yoghurt "Indian style"
- You need 200 ml of natural yoghurt.
- It’s 1 tbsp of mint sauce.
It can be used as an Indian dipping sauce that goes well with all tandoori starters such as pineapple stuffed paneer tikka, deep-fried starters such as onion bhaji, vegetable pakora, bread vada. Cucumber mint raita or Cucumber Mint Yogurt is a very popular accompaniment to an Indian meal. A simple recipe with just a handful of ingredients and lots of potential to customise as per your likes, this is a must have recipe in your folder if your family loves Indian food. I love the fragrance of mint, especially fresh mint leaves.
Mint yoghurt "Indian style" instructions
- Mix yoghurt and mint sauce in a bowl. Done!.
A deliciously quick and easy Indian yoghurt sauce. It's made by combining yoghurt with mint and lemon juice. Enjoy as a dipping sauce or serve alongside anything spicy to cool the palate. Raita is an Indian, Pakistani and Bangladeshi condiment made with yogurt (Dahi) and can be used as either a sauce or dip. The yogurt mabe seasoned with cori.