JAMUN RAITA/ JAVA PLUM OR INDIAN BLACK BERRY RAITA

Indian blackberry or Java Plum or Jamun is loaded with full of nutrients which is really great for improving health. Try to make Jamun Raita as a seasonal fruit dish which could be delicious for its unique flavour and tangy taste. You can easily serve this raita with pulao or any other mid-day meal.
I love curd and obviously raitas. And Fruit raitas are my favourite kind. So here is a twist to the simple raita with the added flavour of Jamun.
Whenever you make any spicy dishes, the perfect cooling company with it is Raita. Jamun has great nutritional properties and is absolutely delicious whether added to curd or to cold milk. So let’s dive right into the recipe of refreshing Jamun raita.
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INGREDIENTS:
1/2 cup deseeded and finely chopped ripe black jamuns
1 cup whisked low-fat curds
 Black salt to taste
1/2 tsp roasted cumin seeds (jeera) powder
1 tbsp Mint leaves
1 tsp sugar ( purely optional  I love my raita little sweeter side so I used sugar )
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INSTRUCTIONS:
  1. Combine the curds, jamuns, salt, cumin seeds powder and mint in a bowl and mix well.
  2. Refrigerate for at least 1 hour.
  3. Serve chilled garnished with mint leaves and jamun. picsart_07-01-096443964960576610383.jpg
SEE MY OTHER RAITA RECIPES HERE..BEETROOT WALNUT RAITA
NOTES: 
  • Select sweet and ripe jamuns that are soft pulpy, for best results. Serve this raita with a pulao or even as a dip with fat-free khakhras.
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