An Indian salad made with yogurt and chopped vegetables or fruits, such as cucumbers, spinach, or bananas. (noun)
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Use "raita" in a sentence
"If you were to chop up some salad vegetables (cucumbers, tomatoes, carrot, radish, onion) and stir in some yogurt and cumin to make a raita, the combination of stuffed paratha and raita is both filling and nutritious!"
"The raita is the term often used for salads made in North Indian style, usually seasoned with cumin, mint and yogurt."
"During the sultry days of summer, a big bowl of raita is a truly refreshing treat."