Category : Rasam

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Lemon Rasam is a simple and a traditional recipe. Rasam is the authentic dish of South India which can be termed as  soothing soup. The sour taste of lime garnished with the flavors of coriander leaves and pinch of asafoetida gives a perfect aroma. Lemon rasam would be better choice when you wanted to prepare …
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Moong dal is one of the easily digestible pulses/cereals. We can also call it as simple form of protein and a kids friendly dal. Rasam is the traditional dish of South India and the list of variety would be too long. Here is the simple version of Moong dal rasam which can be a better …
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Karpooravalli is a very common plant available inn the village sides. Like tulsi plant it can be grown normally in a pot and doesn’t require much maintenance. This leaves are found to have wide medicinal effect for cold and cough. It can either be eaten raw, else used to make bajji, Soup and rasam. It …
 Thuthuvalai can also be called as purple fruit pea plant in english. They are loaded with abundant health benefits and so I always maintain this plant in my balcony for my regular cooking. Already I have posted a recipe of preparing rasam using these leaves. Because this is regular in my diet need a change …
After a fine Lunch and roaming around in the evening…back to home.tummy need of homemade rasam….:( what to do !! Time is 10 o’clock Good I have soaked the rice for dinner while starting out. So that was the right time I picked up this simple method of preparing rasam which can be made ready …
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 Its really amazing to think how our ancestors discovered every recipes with a scientific health benefit hidden behind each of the recipes prepared. In that, the South Indian lunch menu consisting of sambar,rasam,curd served along with poriyal and appalam contributes all the required essential ingredients in our daily diet. Though this the regular menu items …
Thuthuvalai in tamil is called as Purple pea fruited eggplant in English. This leaf is traditionally called as a medicinal herb with wide range of health benefits. They are very effective in neutralizing the heat and giving a soothing relief from sore throat, cold, cough and gas trapped in the body. In Siddha, this leaf …
 Dal water is highly rich in protein. In South, especially in Coimbatore, Rasam is prepared traditionally by extracting water from pressure cooked dal, wherein the dal is used to make Sambar. Though rasam is prepared in several means this recipe is regularly followed recipe in our kitchen. This tastes tangy and tasty with blend of …
Rasam powder adds the aroma and taste to the rasam always. So preparing rasam without rasam powder would not taste better at any cost. This is a traditional style of rasam powder which is prepared over decades in Coimbatore. Here is the recipe and once prepared can be stored in air tight containers for months. …
 Traditionally in Tamilnadu rasam is prepared by extracting the water when boiling/cooking dal for making sambar. So dal water rasam serves to be regular south Indian lunch menu item.This dal water is also used to mix with rice for babies in the initial stage of introducing solid foods (after 6 months) and also for infants till …

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