Aloo Raita Recipe

Aloo raita or potato raita recipe for fasts (vrats) with step by step photos and video. It is simple and easy to made with boiled potatoes and very few ingredients.

Today I am going to share aloo raita recipe for vrats specially. You can have this in any fast like Navaratri, shivratri, ekadshi etc. This is one of the healthiest and good recipe to have on any other day also. This is a perfect combination with kuttu ki puri, aloo tamatar ki sabzi, kuttu ki puri etc. Find other vrat related recipes on my site like samak ke chawal recipe, sabutdana khichdi recipe, kuttu ki puri.

Read the recipe notes for making aloo raita for everyday purpose. All ingredients are mentioned there.

I used to have raita with pulaos at home. I use different kind of raitas like boondi raita, pyaaz raita (onion raita), mix vegetable raitas etc. You can see the recipes of these raitas on my site also. I also have raita with parantha like aloo parantha, gobhi parantha, paneer parantha, mooli parantha etc.

Aloo Raita Recipe Video

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Aloo Raita Recipe (Potato Raita Recipe)

Course Breakfast, Main Course
Cuisine Indian
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes

Ingredients

First Method : Plain and Simple Raita

  • 2 boiled potatoes roughly mashed with hands
  • 1 cup whisked curd
  • 2 finally chopped green chilies
  • Half teaspoon roasted and crushed cumin seed
  • finally chopped coriander leaves
  • half teaspoon black pepper powder
  • Rock salt (sendha namak) according to your taste

Second Method : With Tadka (Optional)

  • 1 teaspoon cooking oil
  • 1 teaspoon cumin seed
  • 6-7 curry leaves

Instructions

First Method : Plain and Simple Raita

  • Put 1 cup whisked curd in a bowl and add 2 boiled mashed potatoes in it.
  • Add rock salt (sendha namak) in it and mix it.
  • Add black pepper powder.
  • Add finally chopped green chilies in it.
  • Mix all ingredients and garnish it with chopped coriander leaves.

Second Method : With Tadka (Optional)

  • Add 1 teaspoon oil in cooking pan and heat it.
  • Add half teaspoon cumin seeds and cook it until its color change to light brown
  • Add 2 finally chopped green chilies in it and cook it until it raw flavor vanish.
  • Add 6-7 curry leaves in it and cook for 1 minute. 
  • Now turn off the gas and let the tadka cool it.
  • Put 1 cup whisked curd in a bowl and add 2 boiled mashed potatoes in it.  
  • Add rock salt (sendha namak) on it.
  • Now add tadka on top of it.
  • Mix all ingredients and garnish it with chopped coriander leaves.

Notes

  1. You can increase the quantity of green chilies if you want to increase the spiciness of raita.
  2. You can add little water in curd with you want thin consistency of curd. Then adjust the salt accordingly.
For making everyday aloo raita
  • Add 1 or 2 teaspoon chaat masala on top of it.
  • Add red chilly powder according to your taste.
  • Use regular salt on it. Do not use rock salt (sendha namak) on it.
  • You can also add little bit of kala namak on it for good taste.
  • Add all these in the steps mentioned in first method of making raita.
 

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