Potato dill leaf raita or aloo Suva raita I make whenever dill leaves bunch is available in the market. Such a simple, easy, flavorful raita recipe which taste amazing. Dill leaves have a strong smell which goes into raita, makes it so delicious and aromatic. Potato dill leaf raita is perfect with lentil specially moong dal, tuar dal.

Dill leaves scientifically known as Anethum graveolens, has been used for culinary and medicinal purposes. It has a significant amount of Vitamins and minerals. Essentials oils in dill leaves promote digestion and prevent insomnia. Read more about dill leaf here.

I made this winter special mini thali for BM. I prepared

Pudina Rice
Potato Fenugreek & Suva Sabji
Potato dill leaf raita
Dal with roti, salad. You can check more raita recipe in “Raita” category.Potato dill leaf raita or aloo Suva raita I make whenever dill leaves bunch is available in the market. Such a simple, easy, flavorful raita recipe which taste amazing. Dill leaves have a strong smell which goes into raita, makes it so delicious and aromatic. Potato dill leaf raita is perfect with lentil specially moong dal, tuar dal. 

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This raita is very easy to make, just add boiled potato and a handful dill leaves in curd, mix well with cumin seeds powder, red chili powder and adjust salt as per taste. So let see how to make this aloo suva raita or potato dill leaf raita.

Potato Dill Leaf Raita

Ingredient                                                                                3-4 Serving

1 Cup curd or yogurt or dahi
1 Cup boiled potato, peeled and chopped.
1/4 Tsp red chili powder (replace it with green chili finely chopped)
1/2 Tsp cumin powder
Salt as per taste
1/4 Cup water (optional)

Method

  1. First of all whisk curd until smooth consistency. Adjust thickness by adding water.
  2. To this add all ingredients and mix well.
  3. Potato dill leaf raita is ready to serve with biryani, parathas/flatbreads, pilaf.

Note

  1. I used raw dill leaf in raita. Blanch dill leaves before adding in curd if you do not like raw.
  2. Adjust thickness as per taste. Greek yogurt is very thick so you may have to add water.

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Potato Dill Leaf Raita Recipe | How To Make Aloo Suva Raita

Potato dill leaf raita or aloo Suva raita I make whenever dill leaves bunch is available in the market. Such a simple, easy, flavorful raita recipe which taste amazing. Dill leaves have a strong smell which goes into raita, makes it so delicious and aromatic. Potato dill leaf raita is perfect with lentil specially moong dal, tuar dal.

Course Side Dish
Cuisine Indian
Keyword aloo suva raita, potato dill leaf raita, raita recipe, suva aloo raita
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Author code2cook

Ingredients

  • 1 Cup curd or yogurt or dahi
  • 1 Cup boiled potato, peeled and chopped.
  • 1/4 Tsp red chili powder (replace it with green chili finely chopped)
  • 1/2 Tsp cumin powder
  • Salt as per taste
  • 1/4 Cup water (optional)

Instructions

  1. First of all whisk curd until smooth consistency. Adjust thickness by adding water.

  2. To this add all ingredients and mix well.

  3. Potato dill leaf raita is ready to serve with biryani, parathas/flatbreads, pilaf.

Recipe Notes

  1. I used raw dill leaf in raita. Blanch dill leaves before adding in curd if you do not like raw.
  2. Adjust thickness as per taste. Greek yogurt is very thick so you may have to add water.

This is my entry for “Breakfast staple with different grain event” in BM 91 week3 day 2.

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3 thoughts on “Potato Dill Leaf Raita Recipe | How To Make Aloo Suva Raita”

  1. The whole platter looks super Bhawana. The dill flavour is very unique and I am sure it adds a lot to the raitha..

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