Friday, September 9, 2011

LEMON RASAM RECIPE

      Lemon Rasam recipe is a simple one which i never eat when  my mom make this during my childhood days, slowly nowadays i started liking this . But still i make this very rarely since my kiddos are a big fan of my Tomato Rasam, and i make this often. so coming to the recipe of lemon rasam:
I couldn't take stepwise pictures and will update this soon.
Lemon rasam 1

INGREDIENTS
WATER 1 AND 1/2 CUP
TOOR DHAL(COOKED) 3 TBLSP+3/4 CUP WATER
GREEN CHILLI 3 NO
TOMATO 2 NO
LEMON JUICE 1 TBLSP
ASAFOETIDA 2 PINCHES
TURMERIC POWDER 1/4 TSP
CORIANDER AND CURRY LEAVES FEW
OIL/ GHEE 1/2 TSP
MUSTARD SEEDS 1/2 TSP
SALT AS NEEDED
Lemon Rasam 1

METHOD:
  • In a vessel, add the water . Grind the tomatoes and add the puree.
  • Slit the green chilli , add this to the vessel along with salt, asafoetida.
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  • Bring it to boil for 3-5 minutes, till the raw smell disappears.
  • Pour in the toor dal+water.
  • Add the curry leaves and coriander leaves.
  • When it starts frothing switch off the flame.
  • Do not boil. Switch off the flame.
  • Add ghee/oil  in a small pan and temper with mustard seeds.
  • Add this to the rasam.
  • Now add the lemon juice and close the rasam with lid.
  • Serve hot with any curry. We had with Simple Potato Curry.
Lemon Rasam 2

Note:(UPDATED)
  1. Do not reheat the rasam after adding the lemon juice.
  2. It will make the rasam bitter
  
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31 comments:

  1. Mmmmm my fav one.. I can drink this all day. Looks super yumm :)lovely post with lovely pictures.

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  2. Looks very delicious......though Im not a big fan of rasam but the pics make me drool....I will give it a shot this time.

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  3. wow yummy rasam,love it...pls pass a glass jeyashri...My eye on ur iiya sombu,luks very cute:)

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  4. Very yummy...Pics are cool..

    Valli
    http://www.ammajirecipes.blogspot.com/

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  5. The first pic is stunning and I love the color of your rasam!
    USMasala

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  6. I have to admit I never had lemon rasam though I want too ...shall make this one day ..nice pics loved it

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  7. I love the tanginess created by lemon more than any other ingredient. Yummy rasam :)

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  8. Amazing pics jeyashri, iam not a big fan of rasam but your lemon rasam is wonderful. Think i should try including rasam pretty often,

    San

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  9. Flavourful n yummy rasam...looks very comforting

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  10. Lovely clicks of the lemon rasam,last click is classy :)

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  11. nice n yummy rasam..looks delicious..:)

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  12. I would just drink this as it is. Love it. Looks yummy.

    Vardhini
    Event: Herbs and Flowers - Garlic

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  13. Seeing this tangy rasam is making me drool!!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  14. Lovely looking rasam I can just have it as it is.. I am a rasam lover.

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  15. Comforting rasam,looks delicious..

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  16. It is raining non-stop here and this cup would be of great comfort to me now! beautifully presented!!
    Krithi's Kitchen
    Event: Serve It - Steamed

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  17. I love lemon rasam but don't make it too often. THe pics are great - soo very drinkable. It;s cool and rainy here and it would be lovely to sip on a cup...

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  18. lemon rasam looks so inviting...

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  19. Wow! this rasam looks too good. Sure to try this one soon. Lovely clicks!

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  20. delicious looking rasam wonderfully done

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  21. II don't need rice I can keep drinking it till its done.Beautifully presented.

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  22. Homey and Colorful rasam. Nice pics Jeyashri !!!

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  23. That's an appetizing glass of rasam...nice clicks

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  24. Lovely presentation. Looks so comforting.

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  25. Flavorful n yummy rasam...looks very comforting

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  26. Delicious n comforting!!!

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  27. so rasam powder is not required??

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  28. Nice to see rasam boiling in eeya pathram!
    Thank you for the posting.

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  29. Simply super... i tried... it was awesome

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