August 30, 2014 § 1 Comment
I remember the family lunches and dinners at my grandmothers (paternal grandmother) home. The menu used to be elaborate with the gujju food but also some foods which were not traditional gujju were cooked by my fui (father’s sister). She is an amazing cook and I believe I inherited the gujju food loving taste buds from my father’s side 🙂
Recently I remembered the raita which were often served as an accompaniment to the dinners and lunches at my grandmothers, which we don’t make at my father’s. And I didn’t have the recipe. So I asked my fui for the recipe which she happily shared along with some other recipes(which will be shared on the blog soon)
The raita is simple, fresh and a good combination of sweet and sour taste.
Apple remove skin and chop finely
Cucumber remove skin and chop finely
(Equal quantities of pomegranate, apple and cucumber)
Cumin powder(jeera powder)
Coriander leaves finely chopped
Mix all in a bowl and serve after tasting .For variation Grapes can also be added.