Friday, April 6, 2012

MYSORE RASAM RECIPE | ARACHUVITTA RASAM |RASAM RECIPES

   mysore- rasam
Mysore Rasam was introduced to me by my sister and when we were talking she orally told me the method of making this rasam . I tried this and we all enjoyed the flavor of fresh masala in the rasam. Over to the recipe of  how to make mysore rasam

 COOKING TIME: 15 MINS   PREPARATION TIME:10 MINS SERVES: 3-4
INGREDIENTS:
TOMATO
COOKED TOOR DAL 2 TBLSP
THIN TAMARIND EXTRACT 3/4 CUP
SAMBAR POWDER 1 TSP
SALT AS NEEDED
ASAFOETIDA A PINCH
TURMERIC POWDER 1/4 TSP
CURRY LEAVES FEW
CORIANDER LEAVES FEW
WATER 2 CUPS
GHEE 1/2 TSP
MUSTARD SEEDS 1/4 TSP

TO ROAST AND GRIND:
CORIANDER SEEDS 1 TBLSP
CHANNA DAL 2 TSP
RED CHILLI 1 NO
PEPPERCORN 1/2 TSP
CUMIN SEEDS 1/2 TSP
GRATED COCONUT 2 TBLSP

mysore- rasam
METHOD:
  • Dry roast the ingredients in the above table except coconut and grind this into a fine paste along with coconut.
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  • Puree the tomato and  transfer it a vessel.
  • Add the tamarind extract, salt, sambar powder, asafoetida, turmeic powder and boil this for 7-9 minutes in medium flame till the raw smell goes off.
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  • Add 2 cups of water to the cooked dal and add in the ground paste to this and mix well.
  • Transfer this to the boiling tamarind and tomato mixture.
  • When it froths up switch off the flame and garnish with curry leaves and coriander leaves.
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  • Temper mustard seeds in ghee and add to the rasam.
RASAM-RECIPES

  • A tsp of jaggery can be added at the end.
  
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38 comments:

  1. mmmmmm............looks wonderful ! cant wait to try it out!

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  2. always love rasam and that too made in iya sombu ...missing it badly ...loved ur presentation ..

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  3. Thats one comfort meal... Any time favie

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  4. Super comfort rasam !!! Delicious !!!

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  5. A doubt - you have mentioned sambar powder in the ingredients. Then you also give a paste that needs to be made. Please clarify!

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    1. Radha, we always add sambar powder and the fresh ground masala for both mysore rasam and arachuvitta sambar

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  6. Tangy and yum rasam

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  7. looks really appetizing and delicious!

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  8. I absolutely love rasam and this looks more delicious that how I prepare.

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  9. Looks fab,adding coconut is new to me,will giv it a try...

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  10. Looks yum n nice recipe .. lovely pics

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  11. looks yummy my fav....nice clicks jeyashree.

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  12. Want to try this
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  13. wonderful aromatic rasam.. love that u hv prepared with chombhu..

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  14. superb! I could smell it here! :) One day you got to make this for me okay? ;)No kidding!

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  15. Rasam is always my favorite!!! Love this Arachuvita rasam, for the flavors it has got!!!!

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  16. This looks delicious, have saved for another day.

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  17. Love the flavourful rasam...lovely clicks!

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  18. Mysore rasam is one of favorites....Just love this flavorful rasam

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  19. Wat a comforting food,nothing will beat this flavourful rasam..

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  20. Looks really good.
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  21. Very flavorful and yummy rasam..

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  22. truly delectable! the virtue of tradition is something u cannot sacrifice..

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  23. This one looks so yum,.perfect with some plain rice,..

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  24. Hi jayasree !!! Recently i came across ur blog...amazing nd wounderful ...Just a doubt y using sambhar powder instead of rasam powder..plz clarify

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    1. Thanks for visiting my space. We always add sambar powder for all rasams. My mom makes in that way and many people in the family follow the same:) But i can assure that this taste yum

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  25. Jaya madam .This rasam is amazing.I tried it today .My husband likes it alot..

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  26. Amazing rasam I tried today. Thanks. Did the tempering of Mustard and cumin seeds,in a small teaspoon of ghee

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    1. Yes adding ghee enhances the flavor. I have mentioned in the ingredients list too

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  27. Made this rasam with brinjal curry. Wonderful . My aunt suggested this site after seeing it in the Hindu from India. Great job. Please keep posting more recipes like Aappam etc ..

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  28. It came Really well along .It was simply superb.Thanks very much Please add more south Indian recipes of sambhar and rasam without onion and garlic

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  29. Fantastic recipe, simple yet very yummy

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  30. This is the first time I tried from your blog!! truly amazing!! Came out yumm!! Love the way of illustration along with the step by step pics!! :) admire your passion and patience!!

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