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Tzatziki Dip: Thyme, Coriander, Mint and Chives – Raita/Yogurt dip

Chives Thyme raita

About:

Raita is seasoned yogurt often served as a mouth-cooler when eating spicy Indian dishes. It also works as a healthy dip for vegetables and pita bread and is good as a side dish. This recipe is inspired by Tzatziki.

Here in this yogurt dip I used chives, mint, thyme and coriander instead of cucumber, tomatoes in raita.

Yields: 3-4 servings

Ingredients:

  • Chopped chives: a handful
  • Chopped Fresh mint: a handful
  • Chopped fresh coriander: a handful
  • Fresh Thyme: 3 – 4 sprigs
  • Natural greek yogurt: 1cup
  • Black salt/sea salt: to taste
  • Roasted cumin powder: 1/2tsp
  • Ground black pepper: To taste

Procedure:

  • Whisk yogurt, black salt, cumin powder in a bowl.
  • Stir in herbs – mint, coriander, thyme and chives.
  • Season with ground black pepper.

Serve with any rice dishes/ roti (Recipe link).

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About Chitra Jagadish

My passion is Cooking & love exploring healthy recipes. This blog is all about sharing 'Recipes for Healthy living', which are my experiments at home.

Posted on January 1, 2015, in Dips, Indian, International. Bookmark the permalink. 10 Comments.

  1. Reblogged this on Chef Ceaser.

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  2. I love raita. Any kind. It’s delicious but I’ve yet to make a really tasty one 😦

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  3. This is a real Mediterranean style recipe. I love bulgur and one of my favorite salads is tabouleh. The raita is a delicious accompaniment.

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