Mysore Rasam

   Rasam can be called as South Indian soup. Its literal meaning is the essence of tamarind blended with other aromatic ingredients. It can be served with hot rice. It is watery. There are different varieties of rasam and I am going to give you the recipe for mysore rasam. Mysore rasam is a soup that is prepared with lentils and coconut ground together. The origin of this rasam is Karnataka and it is quite famous in their region. The taste of this soup is slightly diferent from gottu rasam.Image

INGREDIENTS

Tamarind – medium lemon size

Toor dhal – 4tbsp

Rasam powder -1tsp

Turmeric powder- A pinch

Curry leaves- few

Coriander leaves- few

Jaggery –  1/2 tsp

Salt- As required

Asafoetida- A pinch

For grinding

Coriander seeds – 2 tsp

Channa dhal – 1 tsp

Coconut(grated) – 2 tsp

Curry leaves – few

Red chilli – 1

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  • Pressure cook the toor dhal with enough water.
  • Tamarind can be pressure cooked with little water or it can be cooked in an open vessel with enough water.
  • Once the toor dhal has been cooked, mash it well with a potato masher or with your hands itself and keep aside.
  • Mash the tamarind and extract the juice from it.
  • Add turmeric powder, jaggery, salt, rasam powder to the tamarind extract and allow it to boil.
  • You can add half of the curry leaves and coriander leaves at this stage so that their flavour will get blended very well.
  • Then add the ground paste to it and cook for five minutes.
  • Once they form foam add the mashed toor dhal along with the water.    
  • At this stage, you can add cumin seed powder, dried coriander powder, remaining coriander and curry leaves.
  • You can add one more cup of water and allow it to cook.
  • You will start enjoying the aroma of the rasam at this stage.
  • Once they boil and the foam is formed, switch off the stove and add asafoetida to enhance the aroma. 
  • Season it with mustard seeds and cumin seeds.
  • Immediately close the vessel so that the aroma will be retained.
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Milagu rasam

Rasam can be called as South Indian soup. Its literal meaning is the essence of tamarind blended with other aromatic ingredients. It can be served with hot rice. It is watery. there are different varieties of rasam and I am going to give you the recipe for Paruppu rasam.

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INGREDIENTS

Tamarind – medium lemon size

Pepper powder – 3 tsp

Turmeric powder- A pinch

Dried Coriander powder – 1 tsp

Cumin seed powder- 1 tsp

Jaggery –  1/2 tsp

Salt- As required

For Seasoning

Mustard seeds- 1 tsp

Cumin seeds – 2 tsp

Curry leaves- few

  • Pressure cook the tamarind with little water or it can be cooked in an open vessel with enough water.
  • Mash the tamarind and extract the juice from it.
  • In a kadai, add oil, splutter mustard seeds. Once they crack, add the cumin seeds after crushing it in the hand. then add the curry leaves.
  • Add the extracted tamarind juice.
  • To this add turmeric powder, jaggery, salt, pepper powder,cumin seed powder, coriander powder.
  • Allow it to boil.
  • You can add some curry leaves at this stage so that their flavour will get blended very well.
  • Immediately close the vessel so that the aroma will be retained.
  • Serve it with hot rice during winter and rainy days.

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Paruppu rasam

Paruppu means dhal and  rasam can be called as South Indian soup. Its literal meaning is the essence of tamarind blended with dhal and other aromatic ingredients. It can be served with hot rice. It is watery. The cumin seeds, peppercorn in the rasam has medicinal value and it is always good to eat rasam on a daily basis. I love rasam a lot. There are different varieties of rasam but this is one of the the most common rasam that we make at home. The essence of tomato and tamarind gives it a tangy taste. It is always good to use desi tomatoes for making rasam. My husband hates toeat rasam before our wedding. But now he himself will ask me to make rasam. Now he loves to have rasam+ rice with Potato curry and also as a side dish for Dosai.

 

INGREDIENTS

Toor dhal – 4tbsp

Rasam powder -1tsp

Turmeric powder- A pinch

Dried Coriander powder – A pinch

Cumin seed powder- A pinch

Curry leaves- few

Coriander leaves- few

Tamarind – medium lemon size  Tomato- 2 medium size

Jaggery –  1/2 tsp

Salt- As required

Asafoetida- A pinch.

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  •   Pressure cook the toor dhal with enough water.
  •  Also cook the tomatoes in the cooker without water.
  •   Tamarind can be pressure cooked with little water or it can be cooked in an open vessel with enough water.
  • Once the toor dhal has been cooked, mash it well with a potato masher or with your hands itself and keep aside.
  • Mash the tamarind and extract the juice from it.
  • Take a vessel and add turmeric powder, jaggery, salt, rasam powder.  Now add the cooked tomatoes into the vessel and mash it well. Let it boil.
  • Now add the tamarind juice to it and allow it to boil.
  • You can add half of the curry leaves and coriander leaves at this stage so that their flavour will get blended very well.
  • Once they form foam add the mashed toor dhal along with the water.     At this stage, you can add cumin seed powder, dried coriander powder, remaining coriander and curry leaves.
  • You can add one more cup of water and allow it to cook.
  • You will start enjoying the aroma of the rasam at this stage.
  • Once they boil and the foam is formed, switch off the stove and add Asafoetida to enhance the aroma.  Season it with mustard seeds and cumin seeds.
  •   Immediately close the vessel so that the aroma will be retained.
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