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16 oz plain yoghurt 1 large red onion 2 med size ripe tomatoes 1/2 tsp salt Dice the red onion (not too fine). Dice the tomatoes into 1'' pieces. Add the salt to the yoghurt and beat lightly with a spoon. Add the onions and tomatoes and mix well. It tastes great with any kind of fried rice, pullao or tomato rice. You can use any kind of onion for the raitha. Red onions are sweeter than the yellow variety.

Raitha


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(posted January 4, 2006)

16 oz plain yoghurt
1 large red
onion
2 med size
ripe tomatoes
1/2 tsp
salt

Dice the red onion (not too fine). Dice the tomatoes into 1'' pieces. Add the salt to the yoghurt and beat lightly with a spoon. Add the onions and tomatoes and mix well.

It tastes great with any kind of
fried rice, pullao or tomato rice.

You can use any kind of
onion for the raitha. Red onions are sweeter than the yellow variety.


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from NEWARK, United States wrote:1  0

A very easy and delicious dish with biryanis
4 starsFebruary 15, 2006


 
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