Rasam Powder

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Coriander seeds, red chili, cumin seeds, fenugreek, pepper, mustard, and curry leaves.

Cooking Instructions:-

1. Cook 4 tbsp toor dal with 3 cups of water, 1/2 tsp oil, and a pinch of turmeric powder. Once cooked, churn the dal and set it aside. 2. In a separate pot, bring to a boil a mixture of tamarind pulp (using a ratio of 1:5 tamarind to water), 1/2 tsp jaggery, 1 chopped tomato, 1 tbsp Dhee Masala Rasam Powder, and 1 cup water. 3. Add salt to the cooked dal, then combine it with the boiling tamarind mixture. Cook for an additional 5-7 minutes. 4. In a small pan, heat 1/2 tsp ghee, add mustard seeds, curry leaves, and a pinch of asafoetida. Once the mustard seeds start to crackle, add this tempering to the rasam. 


Rasam, a South Indian specialty, is a tangy and spicy soup that tantalizes the taste buds. Made with a flavourful blend of tamarind, tomatoes, and aromatic spices, it offers a comforting and invigorating culinary experience. Whether served with rice or enjoyed on its own, Rasam brings a burst of flavours that leave a lasting impression.

Health benefits:-

Rasam not only delights the taste buds but also offers several health benefits. The spices used in Rasam, such as cumin, coriander, and black pepper, are known for their digestive properties, aiding in digestion and promoting a healthy gut. Tamarind, a key ingredient in Rasam, is rich in antioxidants and may possess anti-inflammatory properties. The presence of tomatoes provides a good dose of vitamin C and other essential nutrients. Rasam is often consumed during illness or as a home remedy for colds and coughs due to its warming and soothing properties. Overall, Rasam is a flavourful and healthful addition to the diet, supporting overall well-being.

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