Raita is the common name of a condiment from the South Asia, made with dahi (yogurt, often referred to as curd) together with raw or cooked vegetables, more seldom fruit, or in the case of boondi raita, with fried droplets of batter made from besan (chickpea flour, generally labeled as gram flour, Yogurt raita in Harris park will taste best when we serve it at our Taj Indian sweets and restaurant in Australia.
Bhature a dish from the Punjab region in the northern part of the Indian subcontinent. The crispy puffed Bhatura in Harris park that we bake perfectly at Taj Indian sweets and restaurant, Australia makes an excellent combo with hot & spicy Chole / Chickpeas curry. This dish is available in almost all Indian restaurants in Sydney, Australia.
Butter Roti / Naan, it resembles pita and, like pita bread, it is usually leavened with yeast or with bread starter that is leavened naan dough left over earlier, unleavened batter, same to that used for roti is also used. If someone wants to enjoy different bread like Naan than roti or chapati which we prepare almost every day it is surely going to make everyone happy.
Pav Bhaji is truly a Bombay concoction. It consists of a vegetable preparation of potatoes, carrots, beans all pre- cooked and then refried on a large ‘tava’ or griddle. A load of butter goes into it while frying. Cheese Pav Bhaji in Harris park, Australia is served with two leaves of buttered fried bread at your own Best Indian Food joint in Australia that is Taj Indian sweets and Restaurant.