Sunday, September 4, 2011

Rasam


Ingredients:
  • Toor dal 1/4 cup
  • Tamarind lemon sized
  • Tomato 3
  • Chilly pdr 1/4 Tsp
  • Pepper pdr 1/2 Tsp
  • Hing a pinch
  • Cumin pdr a pinch
  • Rasam pdr 1/2 Tsp 
  • Curry leaves
  • Jaggery a pinch
  • Turmeric pdr 1/4 Tsp
  • Coriander leaves 
  • Mustard seeds 
  • Curry leaves
  • Dry chilly 3
  • Water
  • Oil
Soak the dal for 1/2 hr and cook it with salt and required amount of water. Add the tamarind extract into this. Then add tomato, chilly pdr, pepper pdr, hing, cumin, rasam pdr, curry leaves, jaggery, and turmeric into the cooked dal and boil it well. Season it with mustard seeds, curry leaves and dry chilly. Finally add chopped coriander leaves.


[Recipe Courtesy: Vanitha]

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32 comments:

  1. That's an lovely appetizing rasam...

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  2. Woww... lovely and tempting rasam.. simply inviting !!
    Indian Cuisine

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  3. Perfect anytime, I love this classic presentation.

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  4. Looks so tempting! Just love simple rasam like this one.

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  5. Delicious looking rasam. Wonderfully prepared.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  6. very flavouful and comforting rasam.Adding jaggery sounds interesting

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  7. I wish to grab tht bowl ...looks yum

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  8. wow delicious rasam dear,yummy...bwn like ur profile pic,luks so nice...

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  9. Slurp, slurp!! Lip smacking good!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  10. lovely Rasam, any time of the day with some thoran!, perfect dish!, lovely click, your kutty is become a big girl!

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  11. Woow comforting bowl of inviting rasam..

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  12. Looks yummm... I usually drink it. so tempting.

    Cheers,
    Uma

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  13. The color is inviting n the pics of your rasam are spot on!
    USMasala

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  14. It is always my favorite..looks delicious..:)

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  15. all time favourite, though we never had it growing up! its a beautiful acquired taste, and I like your version of the recipe!

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  16. My favorites. Nice red colour. Yummy ans slurp, slurp...

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  18. MMMmm.. Rasam looks delicious. BTW. Love your display pic.. :)

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  19. lovely pics

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  20. very nice profile pic,ur son is very cute.Nice dal rasam.Happy onam.

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  21. simple and easy rasam..Love ur profile pic with your little one..U've got lovely long hair..kannu vekkunnilla...Happy Onam to you and family..Check out my blog when you have time..

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  23. wow...rasam loooks wonderful.....kurachu choodu choorum koode undengil kushaalaayi...:)

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  24. ALWAYS WHEN I MAKE RASAM TS A FLOP....AND FINALLY SUCCEED ALL BCOZ O U...IM GREAT FOLLOWER OF YOUR BLOG....THANKS...MOST IMPRESSED ABT THIS BLOG IS ALL THE RECEIPS ARE HANDY AND THE INGREDIENTS ARE REACHABLE AND APT FOR DAY TO DAY COOKING...
    NICE PROFILE PIC...LITTLE ONE IS CUTE...

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  25. Nice recipe and looks so delicious !

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