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Poondu rasam recipe, Garlic rasam

Poondu rasam recipe | Garlic rasam – An easy and yummy rasam made with simple ingredients available in the kitchen. Poondu rasam with full video and step by step pictures.

I always make rasam  by adding toordal and without garlic. We call it tomato rasam/parupu rasam.  My mom makes the garlic rasam when we were having cold and cough and also during rainy day nights. We all love to have with hot steamed rice and garlic rasam with simple papad only.

Apart from this, we can have this rasam as a soup too. The recipe of poondu rasam is updated with a full video.

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Poondu rasam recipe

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Poondu rasam recipe

Flavourful South Indian rasam recipe, pairs well with hot rice
Course Lunch | Dinner, Main Course
Cuisine Indian
Keyword South Indian lunch recipes, South Indian rasam recipes
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
Total Time 35 minutes
Servings 4 people
Author Jeyashri suresh

Ingredients

  • Tamarind a small gooseberry sized
  • 2 Tomato
  • 5 Garlic
  • 1 tsp Pepper
  • ½ tsp Cumin seeds
  • 1 tsp Oil
  • Curry leaves few
  • ¼ tsp Turmeric powder
  • Asafoetida a pinch
  • 2 Red chili
  • Coriander leaves few
  • ½ tsp Mustard seeds
  • Salt as needed

Instructions

  • In a wide vessel add small gooseberry-sized tamarind soaked in warm water for 10 minutes.
  •  Add little coriander leaves.
  •  Grind 2 tomatoes and filter this through a metal strainer by adding 1 cup of water.
  •  This will give a clear rasam without making it cloudy. If you want you can add it as it is.
  •  Grind the pepper, cumin seeds, and curry leaves coarsely.
  •  Add this to the vessel.
  •  Peel the skin of the garlic and slightly crush them using a mortar and pestle and add it to the vessel.
  •  Tear 2 red chili and drop it in the tomato mixture.
  •  Add turmeric powder, asafoetida, and salt.
  •  With clean hands nicely mix the tomato mixture for 2 minutes. This will bring out the flavors of the ingredients.
  •  Transfer this to a pan and cook this till it froths up. Keep the flame low.
  •  Once it froths up switch off the flame.
  •  Temper with mustard seeds and add some coriander leaves.
  •  You can add few chopped tomatoes to the top.
  •  cover it and keep for 5 minutes and then serve the garlic rasam with hot rice.

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Notes

1. Instead of grinding the tomatoes you can finely chop them and add.
2. You can a grind few coriander leaves along with pepper, cumin, and curry leaves.
3. Poondu rasam can be served with hot rice or can be served as a soup.

Method:

  • In a wide vessel add small gooseberry-sized tamarind soaked in warm water for 10 minutes.
  • Add little coriander leaves.
Garlic rasam recipe
  • Grind 2 tomatoes and filter this through a metal strainer by adding 1 cup of water.
  • This will give a clear rasam without making it cloudy. If you want you can add as it is.
Poondu rasam recipe
  • Grind the pepper, cumin seeds and curry leaves coarsely.
  • Add this to the vessel.
poondu rasam jeyashri's kitchen
  • Peel the skin of the garlic and slightly crush them using a mortar and pestle and add it to the vessel.
Garlic rasam step by step
  • Tear 2 red chili and drop it in the tomato mixture.
  • Add turmeric powder, asafoetida and salt.
  • With clean hands nicely mix the tomato mixture for 2 minutes. This will bring out the flavours of the ingredients.
Garlic rasam recipe with video
  • Transfer this to a pan and cook this till it froths up. Keep the flame low.
  • Once it froths up switch off the flame.
  • Temper with mustard seeds and add some coriander leaves.
  • You can add few chopped tomatoes in the top.
  • cover it and keep for 5 minutes and then serve the garlic rasam with hot rice.
south indian rasam recipes
 
Notes:
  1. Instead of grinding the tomatoes you can finely chop them and add.
  2. You can a grind few coriander leaves along with pepper, cumin, and curry leaves.
  3. Poondu rasam can be served with hot rice or can be had as a soup too.

55 COMMENTS

  1. Perfect on cold and cool days too..

    After travelling for long in flight, once we land in U.S we really crave to have one mouth of hot rasam rice atleast/////

    Thanks for sharing.

  2. Now that is simply fantastic. I love garlic flavor in anything and that too in rasam, I just cant resist eating 🙂 we used to make a different version and I remember days when I used to fight for my share of garlic from the rasam 🙂 yummmm

  3. I love garlic rasam..we do not add tomato for garlic rasam, but we add garlic to tomato rasam..ha ha..we have lots of recipes for rasam n I made tamarind rasam with garlic for lunch 2day…loved that ragi glass..

  4. I add everything – garlic, paruppu, tomatoes, puli everytime i make rasam – i must try to just bring out the flavour of one ingredient like this recipe. Hope to try soon.

  5. one of the most loved rasams in our home – we actually love Rasam any day – Love th pics – I grind my garlic since otherwise it may be set aside by my kids 🙂 lovely post

  6. Hi Jeyashri..I tried this out today and it turned out awesome! it was garlicky & easy to prepare (but I did feel that the amt of pepper was a bit high)…anyone down with cold or fever will love this.

  7. Hi jeyashri ..I tried this out today and it turned out awesome. Anyone with cold /fever will love it…it was v easy to prepare & tasted garlicky!
    although I did feel the amt of pepper mentioned is a bit high for my taste…

  8. Awesome Rasam Recipe Jeyashri! Simple yet sumptuous!Made it y'day for lunch and it tasted divine! Clicks are stunning and very attractive!

  9. hello…
    can u tell me why u have not dry -roasted the spices…can we dry roast them or we have to use them raw only for this recipe …..
    thanks,
    Nimisha

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