Friday 2 February 2018

Kollu Rasam Recipe/Horse Gram Rasam Recipe/கொள்ளு ரசம்/Easy Kollu Rasam Recipe with step by step photos

Today I am going to share a very healthy, flavourful and delicious rasam – Kollu/Horsegram Rasam/கொள்ளு ரசம். Intake of Kollu/horsegram on regular basis helps in getting rid of fat in our body, maintain blood sugar level and reduces cholestrol. Kollu/Horsegram is one type of bean that is rich in protein, high in fiber, low in calories and easy to digest. Earlier I have posted some kollu recipes like Kollu idli podi, Kollu Salad Kollu Thuvaiyal and kollu sundal. Do check out other interesting and flavourful Rasam/ரசம் Varietieshere. Meanwhile try out this Kollu Rasam and post your comments here.

Here’s how to make Kollu/Horsegram Rasam with step by step photos…

Other delectable Kollu/Horsegram Recipes that might be of your interest...
Kollu idli podi 
Kollu Salad 
kollu sundal
Horse Gram/Kollu
¾ cup
One small Lemon sized Ball
1 big finely chopped
Garlic Cloves
4-5 crushed
Turmeric Powder
¼ tsp
Coriander Leaves/Kothamalli
2 tbsp finely chopped
As needed

For Grinding – To Be Ground Coarsely
Black Pepper Corns/Milagu
2 tsp
Cumin Seeds/Jeeragam
2 ½ tsp
Coriander Seeds/Dhaniya
1 tsp
Dry Red Chillies
Curry Leaves

For Tempering
2 tsp
Mustard Seeds/Kadugu
½ tsp
Cumin Seeds/Jeeragam
1 tsp
Dry Red Chillies
¼ tsp
Curry Leaves
Preparation Time: 10 minutes                              Recipe Category: Main Course
Cooking Time: 15-20 minutes                                Recipe Cuisine: Tamil Nadu, India
Wash and soak kollu/Horsegram overnight with enough water.

Pressure cook it with 2 cups of water for about 4-5 whistles.

Drain the water from kollu/horsegram and keep it aside. Save 2 tbsp of cooked kollu/horsegram and save the rest to make kollusundal or kollu salad.

Soak the Tamarind with 1 cup of water and extract the juice and keep it aside.

Grind the ingredients mentioned in the table – for grinding and keep it aside.

Mash the 2 tbsp of cooked kollu into a paste and keep it aside.

Heat oil in a deep pan, splutter mustard seeds, then add cumin seeds, dry red chillies, perungaayam/asafoetida , curry leaves and fry for about 30-40 seconds.

Now add the crushed garlic and fry for about 40-50 seconds.

Add the finely chopped tomatoes and sauté well until it is cooked.

Now add the saved kollu water, mashed kollu paste and required amount of salt to the pan.

Then add the tamarind water, turmeric powder and let it come to rolling boil, wait until the raw smell of the tamarind vanishes.

Now add the coarsely ground rasam masala to the pan.

Let it come to rolling boil, add the finely chopped cilantro/kothamalli and switch off the stove. Close it with the lid to retain the flavor.

Serve this flavourful, delicious and healthy Kollu Rasam with a cup of hot steamed cooked rice.

I have mashed and added kollu when making the rasam it is totally optional.
I have used freshly ground rasam powder to make this rasam, if you want you can replace it with the rasam powder you have prepared already as well.

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