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Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Mysore Rasam

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Since I started to make rasam, love to play with different kind of it. When I made it, it was full blown summer but can not control to eat this. AC was on and We were enjoying this delicious meal. I made pesarattu with achari  masala filling, sambhar, this rasam, coconut chutney , ginger chutney. I use ready made rasam powder but if you have home made that's best. I love all Mysore delicacy you know, specially Mysore rava masala dosa is my favorite so when I saw this recipe I have to make it. I altered it from Tamarind water to tomato puree, because my mom has knee problem and that sour is not good for her. Its very common in  our parents so this is a nice variation from tamarind to tomato. But if you have no problem with tamarind use that one.

Ingredients :

1/4 cup tuvar dal (yellow pigeon peas)
1/2 cup water
2 small tomatoes chopped and make puree with 1 and 1/2 cup water
1/4 tsp. turmeric powder
few curry leaves
salt to taste
2 tbsp. Rasam powder
lots of fresh chopped coriander

For tempering :

1 tbsp. oil
1/2 tsp. cumin seeds / jeera
1/2 tsp. mustard seeds / Rai
2 red chilies dry
1/4 tsp. hind
2 finely chopped garlic

Method:

Pressure cook tuvar dal with 1/2 cup water till its nice and mushy.
Switch off the heat and allow it cool.
In a pan, add tomato puree with 1 cup of water. Here you can use tamarind with 3 cups of water.
Add curry leaves , turmeric and salt and rasam powder to water.
Bring it to boil till raw smell of tomato goes away.
Heat the small pan for tempering, add oil and add all ingredients one by one and mix it to tomato mixture.
Switch it off and add coriander leaves in it.
Serve hot with dosa, idlis, pesarattu, rice.


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24 comments:

  1. Another of our all time fav; anytime please for its deliciousness.

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  2. my fav go to Rasam.. Normally I have this as soup

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  3. I love mysore rasam a lot :) very very aromatic and hearty rasam.. any time fav with potato fry :)

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  4. Hi dear! Hope u r doing well! Wanted to invite u to my very 1st event Back to School Lunch Ideas :) Ur participation will be mostt welcomed :)

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  5. Loved this flavourful and yummy rasam.. Need some rice to finish this..

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  6. All time fav....... Looks tempting, delicious platter too!!

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  7. Isn't this normal rasam recipe ? I heard there is a special freshly ground masala that is added to get Mysore rasam....Well,,this recipe also sounds good but I wasn't sure why its called Mysore rasam...

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  8. This is one of my fav rasams.. usually fresh spices are ground for mysore rasam which gives the real flavor to the rasam..

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  9. This is one of my fav rasams. yours seem to be slightly different. delicious. have a good day

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  10. I love this rasam.. It has a distinct flavour.

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  11. my all time fav.. side dish. even today i made this..

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  12. Its been a while i prepared this rasam,super comforting food.

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  13. very flavorful,love the tangy flavors!!

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  14. Looks like wonderful comfort food with great flavours! Thank you for sharing it with us at the Hearth and Soul hop.

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  15. Looks nice and comforting. Thanks so much for linking up with #recipeoftheweek. Sorry I was slow getting over for this one. I've pinned it to my food board and a tweet will go out shortly :)

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