Pepper Rasam / Milagu Rasam



Ingredients:

Rasam Powder – 2 ½ tbsp
Tamarind – a little
Garlic Pods / Poondu – 5
Coriander Leaves – few
Curry Leaves – a few
Asafoetodia – 2 tsp
Cumin Seeds – 1 tsp
Salt – to taste
Cooking Oil – 1 tbsp



Service For: 3 People
Cooking Time: 5 minutes

Cooking Instructions:




Soak tamarind in a little amount of water for a while and extract tamarind juice from it. My Rasam Powder / Rasapodi recipe goes HERE.













Heat oil in a pan and sauté it with cumin seeds. Add tamarind juice, rasam powder, salt, crushed garlic pods, curry leaves, coriander leaves, asafoetodia and required amount of water and let it to boil well. Switch off the stove and milagu rasam is ready to serve.


Side Dish: Goes well with white rice

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23 comments:

Smitha said...

love this rasam!

AnuSriram said...

Rasam looks hot and spicy! A gr8 treat for this minus degrees.

Asha said...

I need some of that now, girl, it's too cold here! Slurp! :))

Happy cook said...

I love rasam with rice, this rasaom looks yumm.

Vidhya said...

I need right now Srilekha.. Suffering from sore throat:(.. Lazy to make anything. looks really spicy..

Ramya Bala said...

chicken fry,mutton fry kooda super illa... :)super recipe po :)

Gita's Kitchen said...

Nice click...the rasam looks very colorful :)

Cynthia said...

A Rasam is on my "must-make" list :)

Vij said...

Spicy hot rasam! jus apt for this season. Looks yummy!

Sara said...

This looks great - how does one eat it?

Ashwini Kenchanna said...

I Make this rasam when ever someone falls sick.. Can drink this as soup too..Yummy..

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SriLekha said...

thank u all for ur sweet comments friends!

Adlak's tiny world said...

rasam is a comforting food always anywhere anytime.... nice click.

Pallavi said...

could have used this rasam a few days ago when I was sick. I tried to make my own version, but it didn't come out too well. this looks perfect.

Akal's Saappadu said...

Mmmm, paakkumbothu vaayi uruthu...that's something simple, light, delicious and comforting;

Shreya said...

pepper rasam sure is great with rice..:-)

vidhas said...

I can't have my food withour rasam. yours looks yum and nice click.

SriLekha said...

thank u so much for all u comments buddies!

sangeeta said...

nice hot rasam........i like something like this in winters.
thanks for visiting my blog, hope you will be around.

SriLekha said...

thanks sangeeta for being here!

Gayathri said...

there is no pepper in this so how do you call this as pepper rasam??

SriLekha said...

@Gayatri: Pepper is mixed in the rasam powder itself. so you plz check out the link of Rasam Powder (http://www.srishkitchen.com/2008/03/rasam-powder-rasapodi.html) and do try it!