Tomato Thayir Pachadi (Tomato Raita)

Thayir Pachadi is a south-indian style raita with coconut and green chillies. It is a traditional side dish with the south-indian lentil-green combo varieties such as kootu, molagutal, or kootan. This one is a spicy, tangy accompaniment to these gravies that are not spicy.

 

I used tomato for this thayir pachadi. You can even use cucumber or a combination of the two vegetables. It is a quick and simple side dish. Click here for the detailed recipe.
 
 

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~ by skribles on April 16, 2008.

3 Responses to “Tomato Thayir Pachadi (Tomato Raita)”

  1. This is my fav

    From Skribles: Thanks.

  2. this raita looks gr8….indeed a simple one:)

    From Skribles: Thanks. Ya, it takes very little time & effort

  3. I love this, delicious with rice oh by thinking aobut it, my mouth is wattering

    From Skribles: Thanks. Do try it out 🙂

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