My 54th recipe "Boondi Raita", one of my favorites ever since my childhood. I think I have mentioned it earlier, that I am not a huge fan of Kara Boondi. So, Whenever my mom used to prepare Kara boondi, I would be always eagerly waiting for the next day. Wondering why ? Usually, the next day, she used to prepare this wonderful boondi raita from the left over kara boondi. This time I was well prepared.
When I prepared kara boondi a day ago, I made sure I had enough extras and stored it away safely in an air tight container. And today within no time, I could convert my crunchy boondi into my favorite raita. Though it is a simple dish, it would certainly be a favorite for those who taste it. It goes very well with spicy rice varieties and any kind of Indian bread like chapati, naan, etc. And I could as well just eat spoonfuls of this tasty boondi raita, all alone 🙂
- 1 Cup Kara boondi
- 1 ½ Cup Curd | Yogurt
- ¼ tsp Red chilli powder
- ¼ tsp Jeera Powder
- a pinch Salt (adjust per taste)
- Coriander leaves - to garnish
- Take a mixing bowl, add the curd and beat nicely to ensure no lumps. To the curd, add the boondi, salt, chilli powder and jeera powder and mix thoroughly.
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- Garnish with coriander leaves and a tiny pinch of chilli and jeera powder. Serve immediately. <br><br><img src="//revi.b-cdn.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/boondi-raita-1.jpg" alt="boondi raita" width="100%"/> <img src="//revi.b-cdn.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/boondi-raita-2.jpg" alt="boondi raita" width="100%"/>
1 cup means 250 ml?
Yes Durga, my cup is close to 240 ml.