palak raita recipe | spinach raita | how to make spinach raita |
by Tarla Dalal
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This smashingly tasty palak raita recipe is a simple spinach raita made from palak, curds, green chillies, black pepper and a pinch of sugar. This quick palak raita is a perfect accompaniment to any Indian meal.
The contrast of dark green palak against the light colour of curds in palak raita is a treat to behold too.
Notes on making the perfect palak raita recipe. 1. Beat the dahi well with the help of a whisk. We are whisking the curd beacuse it enhances the texture and mouthfeel of the palak raita. 2. add the chopped spinach. You need not blanch the spinach. All the water soluble nutrients from the spinach will leach out into the water if you blanch them.
See why this is a healthy palak raita? this Palak Raita suits one and all. It has calcium rich curd along with spinach. Moreover, curd is probiotic and healthy for gut. It’s easy to digest. A serving of this Palak Raita fulfills 28% of and adults daily requirement for calcium and 17% requirement of phosphorus which is great for strong bones.
Just ensure that you refrigerate the palak raita for at least half an hour, and till serving time, so that the palak remains crisp and not limp when served.
Check out our collection of raita recipes that make a great side when served with a meal or with pulaos and biryanis.
Enjoy how to make palak raita recipe | spinach raita | healthy palak raita | with detailed step by step photos and video below.
- To make palak raita, combine the curds, salt, green chillies, sugar, black pepper powder and chopped spinach and mix well.
- Refrigerate the palak raita for 30 minutes and serve chilled.
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