|Our Raita Salt can be sprinkled on the fruit of your choice with some lemon or lime juice to make a tangy snack or dessert.|
Cut apples (or fruit of choice) into desired bite-sized portions. Squeeze lemon juice over apples and then sprinkle with raita salt.
Prep Time: 2 min
Cook Time: 0 min
Check out our recipe video to make an Indian inspired lemonade! This mint & ginger lemonade is so easy to make and so delicious for the summer.
Wash and chop fresh mint leaves and add them to a medium sized bowl
Peel some ginger, chop it coersely and add to the bowl
Add honey and boiling water to the bowl. Let the mixture steep for 30 minutes
Juice the lemons in the meantime
Strain the mint and ginger mixture. Squeeze out any extra liquid
Transfer the liquid into a pitcher, add lemon juice and cold water
Top off lemonade with mint leaves and Jaswant's Kitchen Raita Salt to garnish
This EASY Indian-inspired summer cocktail is the perfect thing to serve to guests you want to impress. The Indian inspiration comes from our all natural Raita Salt.
Add the first 4 ingredients to a cocktail shaker with ice and shake!
Rim a cocktail glass of your choice with Jaswant's Kitchen Raita Salt
Pour the drink in the glass with plenty of ice
|This mango salsa is a great accompaniment to our BBQ Chicken Wings or Spicy Chicken Burgers.|
Combine all ingredients and adjust salt to taste. Enjoy with tortilla chips or as a tangy side dish with your favourite BBQ recipes such as our Spicy Chicken Burgers or Chicken Wings.
Prep Time: 10 min.
Cook Time: 0 min.
Raita Salt is a seasoned salt most commonly used in a yogurt dish called raita, which is a popular accompaniment to most Indian meals. You can also use the salt to flavour fruits such as apples and bananas - it makes a delicious and tangy snack. We also love adding this seasoned salt to orange juice to give it in a little extra zing.
Check out our Mango Salsa or Vegetable Raita recipe that uses Jaswant's Kitchen Raita Salt! These are perfect for summer and taste delicious!
Ingredients: salt, spices. May contain traces of mustard, poppy seeds, peanuts, tree nuts, sesame seeds and soy.
|Punjabi food is known to have a lot of heat. Raita, which is lightly seasoned yoghurt, is the perfect accompaniment to help cool the palate and enhance the flavours of a savoury dish.|