How to Make Beetroot Raita

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beetroot raita

Recipe Name: Beetroot Raita

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Preparation Time: 5  mins          

Age of Cooking: 5 years & more    Serves: 2 persons 

(Under strict parental guidance)

Ingredients

  • 2 Cups Curd
  • 4 tsp Boiled Beetroot
  • 1 tsp Cucumber
  • 1/2 small Onion
  • 1/2 tsp Salt

Method

  • Take some curd in a bowl
  • Add boiled beetroot to it
  • Mix it well together
  • Add the chopped cucumber and onion on top of it
  • Add salt and stir again

Smart Beetroot Raita tip!

Sprinkle some black salt (kaala Namak) on your beetroot raita to make it more pleasant and tasty  😉

Ideas For Beetroot Raita Recipes

Beetroot Raita is one of the popular cooking without fire recipes for kids. In our blog we mentioned how you can prepare a Beetroot Raita but there are other various kinds. Scroll down to get more ideas on how you can make various types of  Raita.

  • Cucumber Raita – Cucumber + Mint + Coriander + Curd  
  • Boondi Raita – Boondi + Mint + Coriander + Curd  
  • Onion Raita – Onion + Mint + Coriander + Curd  
  • Fruit Raita – Pineapple + Pomegranate + Mint + Coriander + Curd  
  • Makhana Raita – Makhana + Mint + Coriander + Curd  

About Beetroot Raita

Beetroot raita is a nutritious vegetarian Indian side dish that pairs nicely with roti or rice. On hot summer days, we enjoy it as a salad. It’s made with chilled yoghurt, shredded beets, and a pinch of salt and pepper. The tadka on top is not required, although it is strongly encouraged. It’s a gluten-free and vegan-friendly dish. complementary dish but also a nutrition booster dose necessary for your children.

You’re missing out on some big beet benefits if you don’t include beets in your diet. One can’t deny that it adds a wonderful colour to any dish. Pink and red are the children’s favourite colours. As a result, luring them in with easting beets is simple for us.

This recipe is inspired by the cooking without fire recipes for kids. Make this recipe of cooking without fire today and stay tuned for more fireless cooking recipes for kids.

Disclaimer: If you’re lactose intolerant, you can replace regular milk with almond milk, coconut milk, or soy milk. Please recommend a physician if you’re allergic to any ingredients used in the recipe.

FAQ's on Beetroot Raita recipes

If you’ll be eating beets raw, you’ll want to peel off the hard outer skin with a vegetable peeler. Fresh, raw beets can be finely grated into salads for color or used as a garnish for soup. … There’s no need to peel beets if you’re going to cook them because the skin is easily removed once cooked.

One cup of raw beet contains 9.19 g of sugar.

If you are prone to cold and flu then it’s definitely advisable to avoid having curd at night. Since Beetroot Raita contains curd as its one of the main component, hence it is advisable to avoid having it at night if you are prone to cold.

Iron in beetroot cures anaemia in growing babies and toddlers.

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Benefits of cooking without fire for kids

Are you searching for a new indoor activity for your kids? If you want to keep your kids entertained, then cooking without fire is the way to go. It enables your child to cooperate with others and builds confidence as they try out new recipes, pack their own lunches, bake seasonal sweets, or assist with dinner preparation.

Fireless cooking not only teaches youngsters how to cook, but it also teaches them important life skills. This fosters children’s creativity, critical thinking, and problem-solving abilities. Children enhance their knowledge of basic abilities such as measuring, counting, and following instructions by using the cooking without fire technique.

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