Pomegranate Raita is a side dish extremely popular in India normally served with lunch or dinner. Its main ingredients are hung curd or Greek yoghurt and pomegranate seed powder. Pomegranate raita Recipe is easy to make and requires hung curd, anardana powder, pomegranate seed powder, mint leaves (optional), coriander, garlic cloves, green chillies, salt, sugar, cumin powder and chaat masala powde ... r. Pomegranate Raita Ingredients are easily available in the market and usually stored in every household on a daily basis. It is considered to be one of the healthiest accompaniments served with meals. There are heaps of videos available online recipes on How to make Pomegranate Raita. The easiest and the quickest way of preparing it requires the blending of mint (optional), coriander, garlic, green chillies in a mixer using some amount of water to convert the mixture into a fine paste. The next step is to blend or whisk curd in another bowl adding water as per the required consistency. Once both the mixtures are ready, they are to be mixed together and salt, chaat masala, cumin powder and sugar is added to the final raita. The last step includes adding fresh pomegranate pearls as part of the dressing and store the raita in a refrigerator to cool. Pomegranate Raita at Home can be prepared within 10 minutes. Pomegranate Raita Calories vary from 25-30 calories depending on the level of sugar added. There are multiple variations that can be made while making raita. Some people like to add boiled potatoes or pomegranate juice or onions and cucumbers to the raita to make it healthier. Some like it plain and simple. Many restaurants serve pomegranate raita with street chaats such as aloo tikki or dahi bhalle. It is a popular dish among both kids and adults. In some households, it is a regular dish whereas some like to make it during festivals or special occasions.
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