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Tuesday, November 27, 2012

     Mor Rasam is completely new to me until a reader asked me to post the recipe. Then I saw a TV show in which they showed this recipe. It was simple enough to give it a try. I tried it for lunch and it tasted good with rice. Its similar to mor kuzhambu preparation, but no veggies and more simple ingredients. You can mix with rice or even you can drink this as such. Its perfect if you plan for a quick lunch, when paired it with spicy curry.


Mor rasam recipe

Recipe Cuisine: Indian  |  Recipe Category: Lunch
Prep Time: 5 mins    |  Cook time: 15 mins    Serves: 3


Sour curd - 1 cup

Turmeric - 1/4 tsp

Salt - As needed

To roast and grind

Pepper (black, whole) - 1/2 tblsp

Jeera - 1 tsp

To temper

Oil - 2 tsp

Mustard - 1 tsp

Red chillies - 2-3

Curry leaves - 1 sprig

Asafoetida - 1/4 tsp


  1. Dry roast toor dal, pepper and jeera in a pan until golden brown.
  2. 1-mor-rasam
  3. Powder the roasted ingredients. You can add water and grind. Beat curd well until smooth and add one more cup of water. Mix the ground ingredients with the curd.
  4. 2-mor-rasam
  5. Start heating the mixed butter milk and meanwhile temper with the items given under ‘To temper’ table.
  6. 3-more-rasam
  7. When the rasam just start to boil, switch off the flame and transfer the tempered items to it. Mix well.
  8. 4-mor-rasam
  • I think we can try this with rasam powder as well. I still have to experiment this.
  • Beat curd well until smooth, otherwise, the rasam will get curdled effect.

Serve with rice. We had with rice,vazhakkai curry and cauliflower curry




  1. very interesting and new to me! i love anything with mor in it and this seems like an easy variation to try.

    1. i too love curd and mor, really it's different. my mail id is smartarun.arun6@gmail.com, can u give tips to make thick curd

  2. My all time fav..I will do very often, as everybody love this a lot with spicy vegetable side dish. Way tooo tempting.

  3. Raji Try tempering with coconut oil..it gives nice taste and aroma too :)

  4. nice rasam Raji.... we use to do this in more simpler version without cooking process and with diff ingredients for spice to grind like peanut, red chilli, garlic, coconut, salt. mix with yogurt and season it.... try this at some time will be tasty too....

  5. Mor rasam is my fav and can prepare in jiffy.Never tried this version.sure will give a try.

  6. Have heard of this rasam..thanks for the recipe! I will replace curd with buttermilk. :)

  7. Heard of it but never tasted.. Very inviting pic

  8. looks good...We make a similar thing but with out the dal

  9. My most favorite one Raji... Thanks for sharing ur version....

  10. I never heard this before but used to mix rasam n more together n eat with rice as I love that combination... Never thought we could do it together... Thanks for the recipe...

  11. love to have with inji thuvaiyal :)
    looks perfect and nice clicks dear :)

  12. I have heard of this rasam!!! sounded very interesting..... thanks for sharing this recipe.. am bookmarking it!!

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  13. We make mor rasam all the time. Instead of jeera we use ajwain and we dont grind the masala. This rasam is especially very good to have during winter season :)

  14. Never heard of this before, sounds interesting and love the combo of ingredients too.

  15. new to me.....very interesting recipe!!

  16. That's something very new to me....Nice one...Love that copper pot...Looking for something like that but haven't found one yet.

  17. is that potato fry behind the rasam? lovely combo !

  18. It is very similar to 'Takachi Kadhi' among Maharashtrian people.

  19. Havent made it since a long, beautiful comforting food.

  20. wow its was really new to me!!

  21. We make more rasam like this, With buttermilk, we add a pinch of haldi and salt,allow it to boil a little and tadka with mustard, jeera, redchillies, hing and vepampoo. Try with vepampoo, it will be divine, also u can add some omum while tempering.

  22. very interesting Raks! I make another version of mor rasam. Will try your version next time!
    Here is the link, if you are interested.

  23. wow.. looks simply fantastic...

  24. super simple and easy recipe, I love curd a lot so will try this soon

  25. wow,looks great,Here in australia now its hot...so, i can try this for my tomarrow's lunch..Sister can u plz post soft chappathi...waiting for long days... plz consider, try to post soon...Sister..

  26. This recipe of adding curd/ butter milk to rasam is quite new and interesting for me. Should try this sometime. I luv the small vessel you used for the rasam :)

  27. I did watch a similar prog about this in tv but quite skeptical to try it.Well if say its good then no argument must try.

  28. Me too love this morrasam...Simple and easy one...Love the pics...Yummy one..

  29. heard about this but didn't tried so far, pics looks very inviting n inducing me to give it a try...will try it tomo n let u know...thanks for sharing!

  30. I love mor kuzhambu so sure to love this too...lovely clicks!


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