Raita is the perfect accompaniment to any Indian dish. It is made from a yoghurt base and flavoured with cucumber or mint.
Make this early in the day and keep in the refrigerator to let the flavors blend and intensify. Add more mint to taste, but do not substitute dried mint; the flavour is just not the same.
This is a refreshing blend of yoghurt, cucumber, dill and garlic and is a great accompaniment to lamb. Mint may be used in place of the dill.
Serve this raita with Indian curries: it is a fresh and creamy addition. It is also a great condiment to cool down the heat if you enjoy very spicy curries.
A simple raita with yoghurt, spring onion and coriander it is lovely served as an accompaniment to curries or alone as a dip.
A biryani consists of curried meat, poultry, fish or vegetables combined with basmati rice to make a complete meal. Here chicken curry is layered with the rice and baked, then served with a fresh cucumber raita.
Raita is a dip, made with yoghurt, cucumber, fresh coriander and mint is commonly served with hot curries and naan bread.
Serve this mint, green chilli and coriander raita dip alongside kebabs, curries or samosas to notch up the flavour.
This mellow curry of minced beef has just a hint of chilli, so it's ideal for children who like to be a little adventurous with their food. Serve with steamed basmati rice and warm naan bread.
These mouthwatering Indian-style snacks are quick to make. They use wholemeal pita wraps instead of the traditional Indian chapattis. A yoghurt-based raita, containing cucumber and tomato, is the perfect accompaniment.
A cooling side dish that complements Indian style currys.