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Horsegram Rasam / Kollu Rasam

Horsegram as evident from its name, is predominantly used as a cattle food. It is a good source of proteins, fiber and helps in regulating blood pressure and blood glucose levels. It can be germinated and sprouted to improve it nutritive value. We can use the sprouts in making salads, soups, raithas and curries. We can make thogayal, chutney, Gujarathi...

Thakkali Rasam / Tomato Rasam

Rasam is also called as South Indian soup. It has lot of medicinal effects and it is good to have rasam daily. There are so many types of rasams and each has its unique taste. Tomato rasam is made without any dhal. I have recipe for Paruppu Rasam where we use toor dhal along with tomatoes and tamarind. This recipes...

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...

Rasam (South Indian Soup) podi

Rasam can be called as South indian soup. There are different kinds of rasam slightly varying in the ingredients used. The recipe I am going to give can be used to make traditional home-style rasam. I learnt this from my grandmom.  You can store this for more than six months. Always we need to grind the rasam powder coarsely unlike...

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...

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