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Tuesday, January 12, 2010

               For me, rasam means, I cannot imagine without garlic and coriander leaves,at least one of the above should be there,otherwise I don’t like. This recipe for rasam  is quite unusual one,coz we use sambar powder for this rasam and not the rasam powder!!  My mom makes this once in two weeks at least.we use lots of Paruppu(toor dal/thuvaram paruppu) in this one.

Paruppu rasam

              I made this today for my kiddo and for the first time he had this…

Ingredients:

Thuvaram paruppu,Cooked (toor dal) 1/2 cup
Sambar powder 1 tsp
Tamarind 1 small goose berry sized
Tomato 1 no.
garlic 8-10 flakes(I used big variety)
turmeric 3 pinches
Sugar 1/4 tsp
salt As needed

To temper:

Mustard 1 tsp
cumin seeds/Jeera 1 tsp
red chilies 2 nos,long variety
curry leaves 1 sprig
Oil 1 tsp

click to see clearer

Method:

  1. Pressure cook dal,mash it .Soak tamarind in hot water and extract tamarind juice.
  2. Heat a heavy bottomed pan and temper with the tempering items given followed by tomatoes cut into big cubes.
  3. Fry for a minute or two and add the tamarind juice,turmeric,sambar powder and salt.
  4. Peel the garlic flakes(we should use more garlic,if you use the small variety,increase the number than mentioned) and crush them slightly. Add these into the rasam ,followed by the cooked mashed dal. mix well
  5. when it just starts to boiling and becomes frothy,transfer to the serving bowl and close immediately.
  6. stir before serving , so that the dal mixes well. This rasam is meant not to be clear Happy.so mix well before you serve each time!

Rasam

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58 comments:

  1. Paruppu rasam, real comforting food, just love it..

    Beautiful clicks Raks.

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  2. I want to grab that rasom now as i am having a soar throat and a leeky nose and cought.

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  3. I can eat rassam & rice everyday!! Garlic and coriander are essential for me too!!! nice releiving and warming dish!!!

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  4. nice and comforting rasam raji.i to make rasam using sambhar powder and more of toor dhall.but i nevr add garlic to it.will give a try next time.
    nice click.

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  5. U know one thing...we use sambar powder for most of the rasam's.when my MIL comes she prepares rasam powder for me otherwise in our house we use sambar powder which is specially made for both the purposes...
    Even I love garlic and coriander in rasam..especially without coriander I cant even think of making rasam..love that flavor a lot..
    and finally coming to rasam,it looks perfect with hot steaming rice,vegetable fry and papad.

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  6. no steps pics this time? :) i make mine with tons of paruppu too!

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  7. Looks very nice..Me too prepared the same last week :)

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  8. delicious comforting rasam..nice photo

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  9. I always love rasam and used to drink cups and cups of it. Pass it to me

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  10. Very drinkable rasam! The bowl full will be fine for me...

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  11. I probably cry if I don't get any Coriander leaves here to add to my dishes! :D

    Always a pleasure to look at your photos, Rasam looks great.

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  12. Simple yet very delicious and comforting...beautiful clicks raks

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  13. nice clicks..Rasam looks soo yummy..yummy..Perfect with hot rice..

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  14. simple and comforting..very much like the amti, except for the sambar powder, we add goda masala.

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  15. Looks delicious, fantastic clicks.

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  16. First pic looks tempting...though not a rasam person!

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  17. I can have rasam and rice regularly and that too with coriander leaves. Infact I store coriander stems for my saaru.

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  18. lovely rasam! My fav.. yummm!

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  19. Wow paruppu rasam looks wonderful,will be so comforting for this winter.Potato fry with rasam ohhhh,amazing click.

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  20. rasam tastes delicious only when the correct ingredients are added at the right time. I make with a combination of rasam & sambhar powder but not with Sambhar powder alone. Looks very comforting.

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  21. I made tamarind and tomato rasam but not yet parupu rasam let me try gud share

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  22. lovely color and the second snap is too good.

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  23. Its looking almost like a lovely soup to slurp in such a cold weather. Lovely recipe you have shared.

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  24. Comfort & Delicious one.My son loves to eat this one

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  25. Wow! Rasam looks yummm and delicious:)
    Cheers and Do visit,
    Rachana
    rachanakothari.blogspot.com

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  26. Yummy rasam I simply love it..anytime many time i can have with rice and in a cup too..looks gorgeous..

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  27. mmm.. rasam looks so good and yummy..

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  28. wow..this is my fav too..my grandma makes this with little ghee.. so yummmmmmmyyyyy

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  29. Rasam is always there for meal! I cannot imagine without garlic too. Looks pretty cool ur pict!

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  30. Lovely on acold winters day.Nice presentation.

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  31. That is one perfect looking rasam Raks.

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  32. wow! very tempting dear Thanks for sharing!

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  33. looks very comforting :), a hot cup of rasam during this winter is the best thing :)

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  34. This rasam is one of my favorites. comfort food for me..Love to gobble up with some hot rice..Yum..!!

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  35. super dish
    and healthy too

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  36. Its new to me...never tried rasam with paruppu....

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  37. I love rasam especially to drink as soup! Its perfect for the season

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  38. awesome recipe, raks! I agree with you...can't think about rasam without garlic and coriander leaves..

    Lissie
    http://saltandspice.org/

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  39. thatz a lovely picture. I love Rasams with tons of coriander leaves in it

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  40. HAppy Pongal to you and your family raji!!!

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  41. Simple and yummy rasam..

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  42. I also like lots of garlic in rasam :D

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  43. how did you capture the rasam so beautifully? i always suck in taking rasam/sambar pics.

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  44. Mmmm.... White snow flakes outside, and I am just drooling at ur lipsmacking rasam..True, even I dont make rasam without coriander or garlic..Atleast one of them is a must!! :) Gr8 clicks dear..

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  45. yummy rasam.. i love this..

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  46. Your pciture makes me so.. hungry. Looks so yum , thanks for the recipe.

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  47. Your pciture makes me so.. hungry. Looks so yum , thanks for the recipe.

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  48. Colorful and yummy rasam Raks...nice presentation :)

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  49. rasam looks delicious

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  50. your pictures are such a treat!! fantastic. Rasam with sambar powder!!, interesting

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  51. So so delicious! I am salivation here just looking at the picture. Great recipe Raks.

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  52. I am all over to u r place for this....comfort in a bowl...I am drooling....

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  53. Beautiful click !!, paruppum rasam, love it, I have not made just rasam with sambhar powder !! and garlic, give this a go, I have some sambhar powder of ur's left with me, I made using sambhar powder for one of your dishes I tried, now I forget what it is!!, I will post it soon!!

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  54. delicious rasam!
    what u used for the yellow background?
    its looking gorgeous!

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  55. Chance less... Really great... I'm a beginner.. but it tastes good.. Thanks for the recipe :)

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  56. Raji

    Give me some others masala recipe for Rasam preperation
    Its same taste, that i should do @ home...

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