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Great spice mix. The mashed bananas made it a bit soupy. Next time I'll just cut up the bananas into chunks.

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SarahCKS February 01, 2010

Nice raita - but the bananas being mashed did make it rather slimy. Great taste though and mine was hot!!

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TealRose April 11, 2011

Great raita! I liked the sweetness of it and its so easy to make so I'll be keeping this recipe! Thanks.

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Ginger Rose July 12, 2008

Interesting. This is very new to me, I wasn't quite sure what to do with it, so we just ate a little bowl between courses. I think I would try it again over chilled boiled potatoes, with the spices stepped up just a little.

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realbirdlady July 05, 2008

I've never had a sweet raita before, and this was very good. I was surprised to try the other Indian things on my plate and then try the raita and wonder where the "spicy" had come from. Oh yeah! *This* dish has the cayenne! lol. Thanks! Reviewed for 1-2-3 Hit Wonders Tag.

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mliss29 May 06, 2008

This is such a wonderful recipe. I love bananas and I love yogurt and with the added spices it is a party in my mouth. As I was dumping in the yogurt the whole container fell into my bananas so I'm not sure how much my ratio was off. I used five bananas that had started to brown a bit and it looked like more than two cups to me so the ratio may have been okay :) Either way it was fabulous and I will make this again and again.

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invictus February 16, 2008
Banana Raita