Wednesday, November 26, 2008

GARLIC RASAM- POONDU RASAM- பூண்டு ரசம்

RM 2#Day 26






Ingredients

Ghee-2 tsp

Oil- 2 tsp

Mustard seed-1 tsp

Cumin seed- 1 tsp

Tomato-2 ea(finely chopped)

Turmeric powder-1/2 tsp

Tuvar dhal (cooked)- 1/2 cup

Tamarind- small size(soaked)

For crush:-

Garlic- 5-7 cloves

G.chilles- 2 no

Red chillies- 1 no

Peppercorn- 10 ea

Cumin seed- 1 tsp

Method

Before we start crush garlic, green chillies, red chillies, peppersorn & cumin coarsely.

Soak tamarind in warm water & rest it for 15 min & squeeze tamarind extract.




Heat oil with ghee in a pan , temper with mustard seed,cumin seed, curry leaves, the crushed mix of garlic & peppercorns.

Add in the tomato & turmeric powder & allow it to cook for a while.
Add in the tamarind water & allow it to boil.




Once the mixture is reduced to half add in the cooked toor dhal & mix well.

Finish with chopped cilantro & serve hot with rice.

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18 comments:

  1. This is a rasam totallu different than mine.
    Love the colour too

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  2. Rasam is really different from what I make, I prepare evrything off the heat and then temper and pour the liquid & boil... something new for me...

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  3. I always wanted to know how they make garlic rasam...looks good!

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  4. my fav... but i make it in a diff way..will try ur method next time!

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  5. Even i make it almost the same way....except that we consisder i to be tomao rasam and have it....

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  6. usually add some rasam powder for the garlic one! Looks good

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  7. Different rasam..looks good n spicy..

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  8. Different Rasam,Looks yummy,Thanks for the recipe and step pic.

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  9. Rasam looks good!
    Even i use the same ingredients in a difference in adding. I add the crushed powder at the end before the first boil & turn off with a single boil.
    Check out my tomato rasam at sanghi-recipies.blogspot.com.

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  10. That must be so flavourful and perfect for this weather.

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  11. I like always garlic rasam,its in top of all varieties of rasam for me...urs looks so good,I will try some time:)

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  12. Rasam with garlic flavour, um yummm.Like your presentation.

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  13. hey i too make the rasam inthe same way...it looks delicius

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  14. This is something demanding for the chilli weather. Looks spicy and aromatic.

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  15. Love rasam of any kind,this one is so good!

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  16. looks hot and spicy ....great..yummy

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