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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.
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.
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:-
To prepare rasam powder dry roast these ingredients on slow flame