How to make it

  • * If you don't feel like doing all the chopping, GRATING your larger ingredients works very well too.
  • In a non reactive mixing bowl add your yogurt and sour cream.
  • Mix well
  • Heat a small frying pan and when hot, toast the cumin seeds until they release aroma and are slightly singed ( dont burn them please)
  • Add the roasted cumin seeds and the remaining ingredients to the yogurt mix.
  • WASH your hands CLEAN :)
  • Using your primary hand, mush the ingredients together for a good 3-4 mins
  • This lets all the flavors intermingle
  • Let it sit in the fridge for about 30 mins
  • Serve and enjoy, its a very cooling and soothing dish

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  • frisia22 10 years ago
    woww, really delicious. Thanks for this recipe
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  • cheryilyn 10 years ago
    love raita but never had one with mango. thanks
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  • grandmommy 10 years ago
    Thanks uknyc! Sounds great. I would love to try it.Saved
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    " It was excellent "
    berry ate it and said...
    Wow.... I love this one, saved and rated, thanks Uk2nyk. I love Indian food.
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  • kukla 10 years ago
    I enjoy raitas, but usually end up making the same old stand-by. I've never heard of using mango in a cucumber -and-yogurt raita, but it does make perfect sense! A great recipe, with thanks, UK2NYC :)
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