Apple Raita

In my last trip to the library, I got a bunch of cookbooks to see if there is anything which catches my fancy. But as it always happens, I never browse through the books as leisurely as I would like to but nonetheless, I picked out a few of them which I thought would be fast, easy and healthy.

Here is one from Madhur Jaffrey's 'From Curries to Kebabs', which was a healthy addition to my lunch. Check it out for CCC#2, Nov week 2 edition. 

Ingredients - 

Yogurt 1 cup
Apple, finely chopped 1/2 cup (I used the green apples)
Salt, Red Chilli Powder, Chaat Masala, Pepper as needed

Method Of Preparation -

Beat the yogurt and mix in the chopped apples.

Sprinkle in the salt, red chilli powder, chaat masala and pepper.

Serve with Rice/Biryani/Pulao etc.

 Preparation Time 3-5 min
Serves 1-2
Posted by Harini R on Saturday, November 9, 2013

16 comments

  1. The sweetness of the apple should pair really well with spicy dishes! Lovely recipe..

     
  2. Vinitha Says:
  3. I have tried this recipe before and for some reason never warmed up to it. I think I prefer the traditional onion, carrot or cucumber ones.

    But now that my daughter enjoys all kinds of raitas - I could try this one with her

     
  4. Wow... never tried raita with apple, will try for sure

     
  5. very very delicious apple raita :)

     
  6. Priya Suresh Says:
  7. One more raita to try and taste, very tempting.

     
  8. Suja Says:
  9. There can never be too many Raitha's...What kind of apples did you use?

     
  10. Padmajha PJ Says:
  11. I am a huge huge fan of raitas but somehow this never came to my mind! I have all the ingredients. Will try it today :)

     
  12. what a unique raita

     
  13. nayana Says:
  14. raitas are my favorite , yours is looking so simple and delicious...

     
  15. Srivalli Says:
  16. This sounds fantastic harini..what a neat idea!..will try it soon..

     
  17. Nice... Good idea

     
  18. Usha Rao Says:
  19. Interesting! Did you use green apples or the red ones?

     
  20. @Usha, @Suja I used the Granny Smith Apples but the original recipe mentioned the red apples. I have tried both the varieties and I personally liked the tanginess of the green apples.

     
  21. Janani Says:
  22. wow interesting sweet and tangy must have been so good odd but def must have been good.

     
  23. Shree Rao Says:
  24. Have never tried making raita with apple.. will try :)

     
  25. Pavani N Says:
  26. Very interesting raita. Never thought apple could be used in a raita.. Will have to try.

     
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