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Carrot Raita

I don’t have much to write about this recipe except that it’s an easy to go raita for any night of the week. It takes less than 10 minutes to prepare. Most importantly, it’s full of incredibly fresh and clean flavour; it tastes indulgent, and is bursting with nutrients.




Ingredients

Shredded carrots 1 cup
Low fat yogurt 1 cup
Ground black pepper ½ tea spoon
Chopped green chilli peppers 2
Salt as per taste
Coriander leaves handful
Oregano herb ½ teaspoon


Directions

Boil shredded carrots so that it becomes tender.

Beat the yogurt to get smooth consistency. Add salt, black pepper, Chopped green chillies, and oregano. Mix well.

Add carrots. Mix well again.

Garnish with chopped coriander leaves. Serve chill.

update: i have sent this recipe for vegetable marathon event

Comments

  1. That looks very good, a cooling raita for this summer.

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  2. yummy n healthy raita ...looks wonderful

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  3. Heyy quicky .. yet yumm recipe!
    thanks for sharing!

    New here... following u..

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  4. Lovely raita, I too prepare the similar one. Please don't forget to send it to quite a few carrot events going on in the blog world. Check the details in my blog's left hand menu bar.

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  5. Very health and refreshing raita. Must make it.

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  6. Hi Vandya, glad to see that you are back at blogging. Your photographs look really great. Hope you're doing well in Joburg and thanks for the comment on hungry desi.

    -nithya

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  7. Thats look so delish and healthy..I love raita in any form !! first time here ..you have a lovely space and delicious collection of recipes..do drop in at my space sometime :)

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  8. Hey thanks for visiting my blog and for a lovely comment....please do visit again....very appreciated...

    I like ur raitha a lot and seen all the recipes....and those were a fab collection....keep going...

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  9. Ur carrot raita looks amazingly good! Healthy and tasty too!

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  10. Luv d addition of oregano..Good one..Following u to know more such interesting recipes...

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  11. My my....i m not a great fan of carrots...but looks like i'll have to buy them real soon now ;)

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