Showing posts with label Rasam Varieties. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Rasam Varieties. Show all posts

Wednesday, 8 April 2020

Raw Mango Rasam/Mangai Rasam/Mango Rasam Recipe/How to make Mango Rasam Recipe/ Mago Charu/மாங்காய் ரசம் செய்வது எப்படி

I have never imagined making rasam with Raw Mango, but when I came across this recipe in a magazine, I surely wanted to give it a shot. Now that mango season has started, I tried out this mango rasam, it was just amazing. Mango Charu/Mango Rasam is tangy, yet spicy, flavourful and tasty. The original recipe did not call in for adding thuvar dal, but I have added it to make it even tastier. Do try out this Raw Mango Rasam and post your comments here. Meanwhile do check out other interesting and delicious RasamVarieties here and other Mango Recipes here.

Here’s how to make Raw Mango Rasam with step by step photos…

Tuesday, 7 April 2020

Karpooravalli Rasam Recipe/Omavalli Leaves Rasam/Karpooravalli Leaves Rasam/How to make Rasam with Karpooravalli Leaves/Country Borage Leaf Rasam/கற்பூரவள்ளி ரசம் செய்வது எப்படி

Karpooravalli in Tamil otherwise called a Country Borage or the Mexican Mint has numerous medicinal properties. Karpooravalli Rasam is usually given to people suffering from cold, cough and fever. It helps in reducing nasal congestion, sore throat, indigestion etc for all age groups of people. The karpooravalli leaves are quite fleshy and very aromatic. They are excellent source of vitamins and minerals. They can be grown very easily grown at home and are easy to maintain. I have already shared Karpooravalli Thuvaiyal, Karpooravalli Bajji, KarpoorvalliKashayam-1, Karpooravalli Kashayam-2 earlier. For now try out this Karpooravalli Rasam and post your comments here. Meanwhile do check out other interesting and healthy Rasam Varieties/Recipes here.

Here’s how to make Karpooravalli Rasam with step by step photos…

Monday, 10 February 2020

Pomegranate Rasam/Madhulam Pazham Rasam/Pomegranate Rasam Recipe/ மாதுளம் பழம் ரசம்

Rasam is one of the staple foods in the South Indian Lunch Menu. I love to make different types of rasam and this is one special rasam I came across long time back in a magazine. The actual recipe used rasam powder, but I have used the freshly ground masala for added taste and flavour. The Pomegranate Rasam tastes sweet, tangy, and spicy and is super delectable rasam which is totally irresistible. Pomegranate rasam not only taste great but has this beautiful pink color, which is a perfect treat for our eyes. Do try out this super tempting and aromatic Pomegranate Rasam and post your comments here. Meanwhile do check out other interesting Rasam Varieties here.

Here’s how to make Pomegranate Rasam with step by step photos…


Thursday, 23 January 2020

Veppam Poo Rasam/Neem Flower Rasam Recipe/Veppam Poo Rasam Recipe/How to Make Veppam Poo Rasam/வேப்பம்பூ ரசம் செய்வது எப்படி – Tamil New Year Special Recipe

“Veppam Poo Rasam” is a special and traditional rasam made on Tamil New Year’s day in Tamil Nadu. The Veppam poo is abundantly available during the spring season, so we can make rasam with fresh veppam poo during that season, but in other times we can make it with dried veppam poo. Each and every part of Neem tree has innumerable medicinal properties. Veppam poo/Neem flower is loaded with antifungal and antibacterial properties. They help in preventing and curing stomach infections, in purifying the blood and helps in removing the toxins from our body. Do try out this healthy Veppam Poo Rasam and post your comments here. Meanwhile do check out other interesting and flavourful Rasam varieties here. Also check out Tamil NewYear’s Day special recipes here.

Here’s how to make Veppam Poo Rasam with step by step photos…

Monday, 6 January 2020

Dhuvadasi Rasam/Poricha Rasam/Poricha Rasam Recipe /Poricha Saathamudhu – Rasam Without Tamarind, Tomatoes or lemon/ Special Rasam for Fasting days

In South India we make different types of Rasam, but this is, one special type of rasam prepared without tamarind or tomatoes or lemon. This rasam is called the Dhuvadasi Rasam or Poricha Rasam prepared on Dhuvadasai which falls after Ekadasi thithi. Ekadasi vratham is observing total fast [suddha upavasam] on Ekadasi Thithi. After fasting on Ekadasi day, people have a special food or thali called “Dhuvadasi Paranai” which is devised by our ancestors for breaking the fast and balance the acidity levels. So in this Dhuvadasi special meal, tamarind is totally avoided, since tamarind consumed on an empty stomach can cause ulcers and stomach problems. The freshly prepared masala has grated coconut and added to the rasam which is makes this rasam divine. Generally the Dhuvadasi menu consists of Mor Kuzhambu, Poricha Rasam, Nellikkai Thayir Pachadi, Agathi Keerai Poriyal, Poricha Kootu, Sundakkai Vatral fried in ghee, white rice, ghee, mango pickle, yogurt/thayir. I will be posting more of Dhuvadasi recipes in my future post.Do try out this Poricha Rasam and post your comments here. Meanwhile do check out other interesting and lip smacking Rasam Varieties here and other Vegetarian dals/Kootus/Sambar/Kurma varieties here.

Here’s how to make Poricha Rasam with step by step photos…

Friday, 2 February 2018

Kollu Rasam/Horse Gram Rasam/கொள்ளு ரசம்/Easy Kollu Rasam Recipe

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 andkollu 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…

Saturday, 3 December 2016

Kalyana Rasam/How to make Kalyana Rasam at home/Wedding Style Rasam/Kalyana Rasam Recipe

Kalyana Rasam is a rasam served in South Indian weddings for lunch and dinner. Though we make different types of rasam at home, kalyana rasam has unique, distinct, exotic taste and flavor. When I go for marriages, if I am not able to have Kalyana Rasam with Rice, then I prefer to drink at least a glass of rasam without fail; the only reason is my love for this rasam. Kalyana rasam is spicy, tangy and flavourful rasam with all the taste perfectly balanced. Do try out this kalyana rasam and post your comments here. Meanwhile do check out other interesting and tempting RASAM VARIETIES I have posted earlier.

Here’s how to make Kalyana Rasam with step by step photos….

Thursday, 23 July 2015

Vendhaya Rasam/Fenugreek Seeds Rasam/Vendhaya Rasam Recipe/Easy Rasam Recipe

Rasam is a staple food  made in every South Indian homes. We make rasam almost every day for lunch, so why not add a twist and make it more interesting and also make it healthy. I have posted several interesting and aromatic rasam’s earlier, do not forget to check out other RASAM VARIETIES here.

Here’s how to make Vendhaya Rasam with step by step photos…

Sunday, 12 July 2015

Thoothuvalai Keerai Rasam/Thuthuvalai Keerai Rasam/Thoothuvalai Keerai Rasam Recipe

The scientific name of Thoothuvalai Keerai is Solanum Trilobatum. Thoothuvalai keerai has lots of health benefits and is commonly used for treating cold, cough, throat infections and acute asthma. Thoothuvalai leaves can be used for preparing thoothuvalai chutney, thuvaiyal, dosai, candy etc. Thoothuvalai keerai can be roasted in ghee, powdered and added to hot steaming rice for respiratory problems and as sinus cure. For now I am going to share Thoothuvalai Keerai Rasam, do try it out and post your comments. Please check out other interesting “RASAM VARIETIES” here.

Here’s how to make Thoothuvalai Keerai Rasam with step by step photos…

Thursday, 11 June 2015

Simple Rasam/Rasam without Rasam powder/Rasam with Freshly Ground Rasam MasalaSimple Rasam Recipe

This simple rasam is my mom’s recipe and my all-time favourite. My mom never makes rasam powder, she always prepares the fresh rasam masala and it has unique taste, aroma and flavour. Do try this simple rasam, you will surely not forget the taste of it and will want to have more of it. Do not forget to check out other rasam varieties I have posted earlier.

Here’s how to make simple rasam with step by step photos…

Wednesday, 29 October 2014

Mint Rasam/Pudhina Rasam/Mint Rasam Recipe/How to make easy Mint Rasam

Rasam plays a vital role in South Indian cooking especially in Tamil Nadu. In all our homes one kuzhambu, one vegetable and one rasam is must in everyday cooking. But we do make different kinds of rasam, with each one having a unique taste and flavour. This mint rasam is really unique has extraordinary flavour and tingles your taste buds. Do check out other rasam varieties here.

Here’s how to make Mint Rasam with step by step photos…

Monday, 24 February 2014

Easy & Quick Rasam with Rasam Powder/Instant Tomato Rasam/Instant Tomato Rasam Recipe

Rasam is a staple South Indian Soup eaten with steamed rice or drank as such as soup. I just love rasam, when I am in no mood to cook then I make this simple and quick rasam with potato fry and enjoy my day. Do check out other RasamVarieties by clicking here.

Here's how to make Rasam with step by step photos...

Monday, 17 February 2014

Rasam Powder Recipe/Home Made Rasam Powder/Rasa Podi/Rasm Podi Recipe

Today I am sharing a very flavourful and aromatic rasam powder. I usually don’t make rasam powder; I love the fresh rasam masala. But my MIL always makes rasam powder and stores it in air tight container. After my marriage things started to change slowly, I started to like the aromatic flavours of rasam powder. It comes in very handy for everyone, so that rasam can be made in minutes without a mixer or mortar & pestle. Try out this flavourful rasam powder and make rasam you will surely love it. Check out intersting and healthy Rasam Recipes here.

Here’s how to make Rasam Powder with photos…

Wednesday, 20 November 2013

Mysore Rasam/Mysore Rasam Recipe/ How to make Mysore Rasam

Rasam is nothing but a South Indian soup with different names like Chaaru in Andra Pradesh, Rasam in Tamil Nadu, Saaru in Karnataka. Rasam is prepared with tamarind juice along with tomatoes and spices like black pepper corns, cumin seeds etc. Rasam has thin consistency and helps in digestion and has other medicinal values as well. There are different types of rasam like tomato rasam 1 , pepper rasam, paruppu rasam, lemon rasam, pineapple rasam, tomato rasam  2 etc. It is really astonishing that though all the rasams have the same base, but each of them have distinct taste, the main reason for that is adding the right ingredients at the right time at right proportion. Do check out other rasam varieties here.

Here’s how to make Mysore Rasam with step by step photos….

Thursday, 13 June 2013

Tomato Rasam/Thakkali Rasam/Tomato Rasam Recipe/Easy Tomato Rasam Recipe

It can be a hot day or a cold day, thakkali rasam is a perfect way to complete your meal. In my house rasam is a must every day, it can be paruppu rasam, pepper rasam, tomato rasam or any rasam that does not matter. But each and every rasam has a unique taste and also can be had as an appetizer. Sometimes when I am very tired and lazy I just make tomato rasam and pappadam, believe it or not the whole pot of rasam gets over in my house in no time. Check out my other  Rasam Varieties here...

Here’s how to Tomato Rasam with step by step photos…


Monday, 29 April 2013

Pepper Rasam/Milagu Rasam/Milagu Rasam Recipe/Easy & Healthy Pepper Rasam Recipe

Rasam plays a vital role in  South Indian meals especially Tamil Nadu , no meal is complete without rasam. We make it every day at our homes but each time with different flavor and a twist. 
Whenever I go on trips and come back the very first thing I prefer after I come back will be a simple pepper rasam for two reasons, the  first is  the taste is mind blowing and the second is, it can be made in 10 minutes. Just have it with rice and appalam and your day is complete.
Today my little one has a very bad cold, so I made pepper rasam which is absolutely the best remedy for cold and gets easily digested. Check out my other  rasam varieties here

Here’s how to make pepper rasam with step by step photos…

Wednesday, 24 April 2013

Lemon Rasam/Elumichham Pazham Rasam/Lemon Rasam Recipe

South Indian Meals is never complete without rasam, there are different varieties of rasams and lemon rasam has a special place in it. The lemon rasam is made with thoor dhal or paasi paruppu so we get all the benefits of dhal and also in enriched with vitamin C because of the lemon juice. I used to crave this rasam a lot when I was pregnant and will ask my friend to make it and give. Ok guys, try out this lemon rasam you will surely love it. Check out my other  Rasam Varieties here...

Here’s how to make it with step by step photos…

Friday, 15 March 2013

Paruppu Rasam/Thoor Dal Rasam/Thuvaram Paruppu Rasam/Dal Rasam/Paruppu Rasam Recipe

Rasam is one important addition to white rice in the South Indian Cuisine. No feast is complete without rasam. Rasam is basically a tamarind soup with all spices, this helps in digesting the food faster. There are different types of rasam, paruppu rasam is one among them with added proteins. Check out my other  Rasam Varieties here...

Here's how to make Paruppu Rasam with step by step photos...


Tuesday, 26 February 2013

Tomato Soup [South Indian Style]

We make tomato soup in different ways, but this is my mom’s version. You can drink it as such or add it to rice and have it or it can be had with bread. This is a special soup in my family because it was my thattha’s (grandpa's) favorite. Check out my other  Rasam Varieties here...

Here’s how to make Tomato Soup with step by step photos...

Wednesday, 20 February 2013

Pineapple Rasam/Annasi Pazham Rasam/Pineapple Rasam Recipe

Pineapple rasam is a sweet and spicy rasam. It has wonderful flavor and so delicious you will never forget the taste of it. I learnt this rasam from my aunt  long time back. My kids love them, so I do make it quite often in summer. Check out my other  Rasam Varieties here...

Here's how to make Pineapple Rasam with step by step photos...