Thursday, January 26, 2017

Buhrani Raita


BM # 72
Week: 4, Day 3
Theme: Special Theme

Coming to the last day under special recipes Here is a Raita which is really unique. We normally do not add garlic to curd , but here garlic is used to give that amazing , slightly pungent flavor to the yogurt. I also used some finely chopped walnuts and they gave such a wonderful crunch and taste to it. Cumin seed powder and red chilly powder are mandatory spices for raita as, no raita would be complete without them.Serve this special Hyderabadi Raita with Hyderabadi Biryani and you will not need any side dish.

Buhrani Raita

Ingredients

1 cup whisked yogurt
2 cloves garlic, minced
1 clove garlic, finely chopped
1/4 tsp red chilly powder
1-4 tsp roasted cumin seed powder
Pinch black salt
Finely chopped walnuts
Salt to taste

Method
Add the minced garlic to the whisked yogurt.
Add the dry spices and mix well.
Heat a tsp of oil, add finely chopped garlic, temper the raita with it.
Garnish with chopped walnuts and serve with Hyderabadi Biryani.



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16 comments:

  1. lovely hyderabadi series :) will try this for the garlic lovers back home :)

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  2. Mouthwatering raitha and a mouthwatering Hyderabadi spread.

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  3. Love that hyderabadi spread and this raita is awesome with garlic.. never tried this combo before.

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  4. Raita with garlic flavor is quite unique.Bookmarked to try.

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  5. I am surprised that the garlic is not sauteed before adding to the yogurt. I love garlic in every thing, so this is right up my alley :-)

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  6. Such an aromatic raita, wow cant wait to try this.

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  7. LOl I read it first as Bahu rani. ;D! Love the raita of course hubby will be might pleased with this one all his favourite ingredients.

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  8. That is a royal feast over there. Awesome platter there.

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  9. Such a flavorful and delicious looking raita.

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  10. That is an awesome raita to pair with Hyedrabadi dishes. Looks super yummy.

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  11. wow all that garlic - what a pungent raita!

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  12. What different raita this is and love the name of the recipe. I am bookmarking this.

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  13. My kind of raita I love those type of Rita's with garlic flavor and crunchy ness of dry fruits....

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  14. Oh thats really a new one, any idea why it is called buhrani?..:)

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