Category: Rasam

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...

Pineapple Rasam

Pineapple rasam is a special variety of rasam with distinct flavour and taste. It is a twist to the traditional one with littlebit of sourness and sweetness. Here in my place, I get a lot of pineapples at Rs 10 per fruit during the season. So I wanted to try something new with the pineapple. I remember having Pineapple rasam in...

Garlic Rasam

Rasam refers to South Indian soup. As we all say that soup is very good for health, any type of rasam is also good for health. Rasam is the day to day recipe in my home. My husband who was not used to eat rasam and not a big fan of it, became a regular eater after wedding. Nowadays he...

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...

Lemon rasam

Rasam is  basically South Indian soup, that takes a main part in their feast. There are many varieties of rasam and most of them have tamarind extract as their main item. But lemon rasam is something exceptioal, that is made without tamarind. The preparation of this rasam is quite different and very easy. You also use moong dhal instead of...

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. INGREDIENTS Tamarind – medium lemon size Pepper powder – 3 tsp...

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