Raita comes from the Sanskrit word 'rajika' which translates to black mustard seeds. A rich and creamy Indian dessert made with lentils, spices, yoghurt and fruits, the mix fruit raita is an original creation that remains a timeless classic. A cup of mix fruit raita is used as a finisher for spicy meals. The cooling sensation of the raita with the sweetness of fruits are what attract people to thi ... s dish. Raita originated sometime around the 19th century in the Bengali cuisine and soon spread to Bangladesh. Most commonly, raita was made using cucumbers and onions but these days people are getting creative with the classic recipe. Fruits are a way nourishing way to add in electrolytes and stay hydrated during the summers. The sweet taste of fruits complements the yoghurt which soothes your stomach. Pulao, biryani, fried rice and salads - the raita complements these dishes well. Alternatively, you can have this with Aloo parathas and Chole masala. To learn how to make mix fruit raita at home, be sure to watch our mix fruit raita video. We tell you the steps to making this and you'll just need a few basic ingredients to get started. It's not that difficult and your whole family will love it.
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