How to make Rasam Powder at Home| South Indian

Both Healthy and Delicious this spicy soup from South India. Made with tamarind juice, tomato, lentil, and rasam powder. Rasam is usually eaten along with papad before a meal, but you can enjoy it with rice too.

Rasam powder recipe

There are numerous of health benefits associated with drinking rasam but the primary role of it is to promote digestion along with preventing gas, constipation, acidity and diarrhea.

Rasam is also rich in various essential vitamins such as thiamin, folic acid, vitamin A, vitamin C, niacin, and riboflavin. These vitamins act as antioxidants and help in keeping the body healthy.

How to make Rasam powder

Nowadays Rasam powder can be bought from the retail store but there is no comparison of the fresh home-made ones if made in an authentic style. The recipe shared below is one such authentic one, with that delicious and distinct taste.

The main ingredients required to prepare the recipe are:-

Dhaniya seeds, Methi seeds, Jeera seeds
Kari patta leaves, red chillies, hing or asafoetida

To prepare rasam powder dry roast these ingredients on slow flame

Methi seeds roasting
Red chillies roasting
Ingredients to be grided
Grind them in a mixer to make fine powder
Rasam powder recipe
Prepared fine powder

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How to make Rasam Powder at Home| South Indian Style
Rasam powder recipe
Cuisine indian
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Passive Time 5 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Cuisine indian
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Passive Time 5 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Rasam powder recipe
Instructions
  1. Dry roast the coriander, fenugreek and cumin seeds, each separately until deep brown on a low flame and set aside.
    roasted spices for rasam
  2. Heat the oil and add the red chillies into it. Now roast the chillies until crisp and bright red in colour. Remove from the oil and set aside.
  3. Now similarly, roast the curry leaves in the oil until crisp and dark green. Remove from the oil and set it aside too.
    roasted chillies for rasam
  4. Tear asafoetida into bits and roast it too for 10-15 seconds in the same oil. Remove from the oil and set it aside as well.
  5. Now heat the ghee and roast the peppercorns into it until the aroma arises. Remove from the ghee and set aside.
    how to make rasam powder
  6. Finally, grind all the ingredients into a fine powder and cool and store in an airtight container.
    Rasam powder recipe

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