I’m sure this is something that any girl would love to eat – ‘Beetroot Dip’ 🙂 Lovely pink color of beetroot and smooth silky texture of yogurt make a perfect combo for a healthy and delicious dip for any warm/hot appetizer 🙂
Beetroot Dip preparation
Strain curd using muslin cloth to get silky texture.
Add chopped beetroot along with salt and black pepper powder.
Whisk everything well to get pink color in dip evenly.
Keep in refrigerator for half hour before serving with a plate of appetizers!!!
Adjust the salt level as per your taste.
Keralites have a similar dish called Beetroot pachadi. Hope you will try both the beetroot recipes and will share the outcome with us. If you know a beetroot recipe, we don’t have, feel free to share it.
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