Rice and Rasam is an integral part in a South Indian Meal. It is nothing but comfort food for many of us. Today’s recipe is an influence from the North Karnataka Cuisine. My husband’s love for North Karnataka cuisine is the … Continue reading Hurali Kattina Saaru (Horsegram Rasam)
The sound of ‘Horse Gram’ may not sound yummy but if it is made with the right ingredients it can be very tasty and nutritious. Horse gram is a pulse rich in Iron, Calcium and Protein. It is one of … Continue reading Kudu Saaru / Horse Gram Rasam
Punarpuli / Kokum / Aamsul is a fruit whose outer skin is dried under the sun and can be used for culinary purposes. Kokum has a very strong piquant flavour to it. It is blackish red in colour and it … Continue reading Punarpuli (Kokum) Rasam
Up next on Food-Filment’s Rasam series is Pudina Rasam! Pudina not only has a unique taste and smell, but it also has a number of health benefits. It promotes digestion, aids in healing nausea, relieves headache and cough. The below … Continue reading Pudina (Mint Leaves) Rasam
The name of this dish says it all 🙂 Udupi style Rasam has a unique taste and smell to it. The powder used for this style of Rasam is what makes it unique. I will be posting the recipe for … Continue reading Udupi Style Saaru (Rasam)
Next up on ‘Rasam Series’ is a dish prepared using the most common vegetable available in your refrigerator – Tomatoes. The below recipe has a ‘Tangy’ tomato and coconutty flavor to it. It sure will enrich your taste buds 🙂 … Continue reading Tomato Rasam (With coconut and No Dal)
The most fulfilling meal for most South Indians is a plate of rice and rasam. It’s comfort food. My current post and my upcoming recipes are a series of Rasam delicacies that are easy to make and super tasty. First … Continue reading Lemon Pepper Rasam (Without Dal)
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