COCONUT MILK RASAM - SOUTH INDIAN RASAM VARIETIES (RASAM RECIPES)


Rasam is a one of the popular accomplishment in south india. Before and all , rasam will be prepared in our house daily for lunch along with any sambhar or vathakuzhambu or any other kuzhambu varieties.
Rasam is very easy to prepare and it is healthy too. There are variety of rasam like pepper rasam, garlic rasam, tomato rasam etc., This coconut rasam is a very tasty rasam variety that mom makes occasionally.

In simple in this recipe I have used coconut milk instead of dhal water.
 Generally rasam should not boil for more time. Just boil till it gets froths is enough. Also we have to close the rasam immediately to lock its flavor.
Ok now coming to the recipe.

COCONUT MILK RASAM
RECIPE TYPE: ACCOMPLISHMENT | CUISINE: SOUTH INDIAN | SERVES: 2 PERSONS
PREPARATION TIME: 5 MIN | COOKING TIME:  10 MIN

 PREPARATION:
  • Soak Tamarind in 1 cup of water and extract the juice and keep aside.
  • Coarsely grind pepper, cumin seeds, and coriander seeds first, then add the garlic and grind. (I used my morter to make the coarse powder, you can use pulse option in mixer grinder).keep it aside.


 

  • Chop tomatoes and slit the green chillies and set aside.


METHOD:
In a pan add oil and let it heat.
Then add the tomatoes and green chillies and sauté well. No need to make it mushy.
 Add the curry leaves and sauté for few minutes.


Add the tamarind extract, turmeric powder , asafoetida and salt.


Add the ground Rasam powder and let the rasam to boil till it becomes frothy on the top. Don’t let it boil more.

Remove from heat and then add the coriander leaves and coconut milk and stir well.

In a  pan add oil and add the mustard seeds, cumin seeds and broken red chillies and let them fry, Then add the tempering to the hot rasam and mix well.

Serve hot with rice.

NOTES:
  •  For tempering I have used sesame oil, but you can add ghee also for added flavor.
  • Add coconut milk after removing from heat. Don’t let it boil after adding the coconut milk.
  • You can use store brought rasam powder also instead of freshly ground powder.




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