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Monday, April 23, 2012

TOMATO THAYIR PACHIDI (RAITHA)



WHAT CAN BE MORE COOLING AND COMFORTING 

THAN A BOWL FULL OF COOL RAITHA

OR A THAYIR PACHIDI 

ON A HOT SUMMER AFTERNOON!!!!

THIS QUICK 'N EASY 

TOMATO RAITHA 

(THAKKALI  THAYIR  PACHADI)

IS A PERFECT ANSWER....



INGREDIENTS

  • TOMATOES(FLESHY ,RIPE AND FIRM ONES) - 2
  • FRESH CURDS -2 CUPS
  • GREEN CHILLIES -2
  • SALT TO TASTE
  • CORIANDER LEAVES- FEW

METHOD
  • CUT TOMATOES INTO SMALL PIECES. DRAIN.
  • BEAT THE CURDS WITH SALT AND GREEN CHILLIES.
  • ADD THE TOMATO PIECES.
  • CHILL.
  • GARNISH WITH A FEW CORIANDER LEAVES .
  • SERVE WITH RICE,ROTIS,PULAVS OR A TRADITIONAL SOUTH INDIAN MEAL.
#YOU CAN ADD A PINCH OF JALJEERA POWDER FOR THAT EXTRA PUNCH.

11 comments:

  1. Would this be served as a starter?

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  2. More than a starter...this is served as a cooling salad...

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  3. Usha mam very nice collection of recipes , gr8 going :-)

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  4. Thanx for the sweet comments,Krupa...
    Your blog is also wonderful...

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  5. Very beautiful thayir pachadi!

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  6. Thanx for the sweet comments,Kavita...

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  7. தக்காளித் தயிர்ப்பச்சடி அருமை.
    செய்முறை விளக்கமும் படங்களும் நாக்கில் நீரை வரவழைக்கிறது.

    இந்தப்பகுதி ஒன்று இருப்பதே எனக்கு இதுவரை தெரியாமல் போய் விட்டது.

    இன்று தான் பார்த்துவிட்டு என்னை இணைத்துக்கொண்டுள்ளேன்.

    எனக்குப்பிடித்த டேஸ்ட் ஆன ஐட்டங்களை இதுவரை எவ்வளவு மிஸ் பண்ணியுள்ளேனோ!

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  9. Welcome to my foodie blog,VGK Sir...

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  10. Looks yumm... we use this with biryani most of the time.. but if we have guests.. I also serve this as a dip.. works fab with non indians.. who dont really know about it.. :)

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  11. Patricia,
    This doubles up as a gr8 dip too...

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