Mustard and honey raita makes good food great!
Mustard and honey raita is one of my all time favourite raitas.
It goes with almost every British Indian restaurant (BIR) style meal.
Try this flavoursome mustard and honey raita with poppadoms or samosas and you’ll know what I’m talking about. This creamy raita is so full of bright and tangy flavours and it only takes about ten minutes to prepare.
The different uses for this mustard and honey raita…
The raita is also tasty used in other ways. I have used it to marinade cubed lamb and chicken for barbecues. Let the meat marinate for a couple of days for amazing results.
I have also used it instead of plain yoghurt in naan recipes. Simply substitute the mustard and coriander raita when asked for plain yoghurt and prepare to be amazed at the flavour of your fresh naans.
This recipe is different. It will make people take notice. It will leave them begging for more.
Make this raita your own…
Use this recipe and add or omit what you like. If you don’t like coriander, for example leave it out.
You can also spice it up some by adding more chillies.
If you prefer a thinner raita, stir in a drop of milk.
You can make this raita a day in advance.
No need for last minute preparation. Just store it in the fridge until ready to serve.
If you like this mustard and honey raita, you might like to try it with one of the following…
I hope you enjoy this mustard and honey raita. If you do try it, please leave a comment. I’d love to hear from you.