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Mango Raita - Try My Recipes


Perfect way to beat the heat is with curd…well, that’s common but adding summer special fruit or can also be called King of fruit in curd makes more delicious and flavorful…right? Yeah… Mango Raita is really very very tasty and refreshing which can be served with Spicy briyani or Pulao. Personally I loved the flavor so completed the bowl as such J . Have to thank Meenu for posting such a refreshing raita and hosting an interesting event “ TRY MY RECIPES “ through which Am getting a chance of trying her recipes…

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Ingredients:
  • 1 Mango Ripe
  • 1 Cup Curd
  • Sugar to taste


Method:
  • Take one cup of curd in a bowl and blend well using fork or hand blender.
  • Peel the skin of mango and remove the flesh part.
  • Finely chop them and add to the beaten curd.
  • Add sugar and mix well.
  • Serve chill.


Serving Options:

Serve chill with Spicy briyani or Pulao.


 Linking this with Meenu's TRY MY RECIPES



Comments

  1. wow look at tht priya
    ur mango raita looks delicious white orange cream
    wonderful

    thanks for linking dear

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  2. Totaly amazing...Love love love it
    www.merrytummy.blogspot.com

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  3. wow Priya..this jsut wud be just great with pulavs n biriyani as u said..and i really liked the way u presented it in the mango cup :)

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  4. Very delicious Priya, lovely clicks...

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  5. Raita looks very delicious! Tempting clicks! :)
    http://www.rita-bose-cooking.com/

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  6. so simple and yet so very tempting . Todays post :http://nayanas-kitchen-kreations.blogspot.in/2013/05/dhokar-dalna-snc-challenge.html

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  7. This looks yum priya.nice clicks too

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  8. Mango raita....very new to me. i am sure it tastes awesome.

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  9. Looking yummy and delicious! Tempting clicks too:)

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