Yoghurt fruit raita. These "healthy" foods make the gut sick. And you eat them almost every day. This food is the cause of diarrhoea & bowel diseases.
Yogurt or Curd, is one of the essential ingredients in my home in Summers, as it cools down the body and also gives us an instant relief from the scorching heat. Take curd (plain yogurt) in a bowl. Add sugar, salt, black pepper powder and cumin powder and beat until curd mixture becomes smooth and creamy. You can cook Yoghurt fruit raita using 8 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Yoghurt fruit raita
- You need 2 rbsp of yoghurt.
- Prepare 1 tsp of Chaat masala.
- Prepare to taste of Salt.
- You need 3 tsp of raisins.
- Prepare 2 tsp of watermelon seeds.
- It’s 1/2 cup of chopped apple.
- You need 1 of chopped banana.
- Prepare 1/2 bowl of pomogrenate seeds.
Add chopped apple, pineapple, banana, strawberry and pomegranate seeds and mix well. One of the easiest and healthy fruit dishes, mix fruit raita, is ready. It can be made in various ways as some people will add cucumber, onions or tomatoes, however this is a simple recipe. It's healthy carbohydrate diet, stomach filling, instant to make.
Yoghurt fruit raita step by step
- In a bowl add 2 tbps yoghurt, and add apple, watermelon seeds, banana, raisins, Chaat masala, salt, pomogrenate seeds and mix well..
- Now in serving bowl add layer of this mixture, then add layer of pomogrenate, watermelon seeds, raisin, chopped apple, chopped banana. And again add yoghurt mixture. Then apply chopped fruit layer again..
- Yoghurt fruit raita is ready to serve..
It consist of banana, apple raisins etc which are rich source of carbohydrates. Raita is a condiment and side dish from the Indian subcontinent, made with plain yogurt (dahi), spices, and a variety of vegetables—usually cucumber. Cool yogurt gets a refreshing lift from fresh lemon juice; cucumbers bring a hydrating relief to the palate. In South Indian cuisine, it's known as pachadi. Indian food isn't known for being mild, but for some, the heat can simply be too much.