Raitas are a constant accompaniment to most rice dishes in Indian households. During summers, raitas feature on every thali to beat the heat. Made by combining yogurt with fruits and vegetables, raitas are enjoyed with rotis, pulao, or biryani. Legend has it that the word ”raita” originated from the Sanskrit word “rajika” which means black mustard seeds. Onion raita, cucumber raita, and tomato rai ... ta are some common raita varieties made of vegetables. If you wish to treat your palate to some novel and unique flavors, then this Black Grape Raita will surely become your favorite. Made with a rare combination of whisked curds and chopped black grapes, this Black Grape Raita description is a tantalizing dish that will tickle your taste buds. Learn how to make Black Grape Raita with the addition of jeera powder and black salt that balances the sweetness of the black grapes. Follow this Black Grape Raita video to make lip-smacking raita that also doubles up as a dessert. This Black Grape Raita needs to be refrigerated until served as it won’t taste good if the curd turns watery and sour. This dish can be enjoyed by adults and kids alike.
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