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SAMAYAL KALAI

vegetarian recipes
 

LEMON RASAM (SERVING AMOUNT 4)


INGREDIENTS:
Lemon:1/2
toor dhal water:1 1/2cup
tomato:1 small size
coriander leaves
ghee:1 tsp
curry leaves
mustard:1/2tsp
jeera:1/2tsp
asafoetida:a pinch
TO GRIND
red chilly:1 or 2
garlic:1 clove
dhania seeds:1Tbsp
pepper :1tsp
jeera:1tsp

PREPARATION:
#chop the tomato and grind the red chilies, garlic, dhania, pepper and jeera together and keep aside
#heat a kadai, add a teaspoon of ghee, when hot add mustard, while spluttering add jeera and curry leaves
#add the chopped tomatoes saute until soft
#add asafoetida
#add a cup of water and add the grounded paste
#allow it to boil for 5 mins
#add the toor dhal water(&), close and cook for 5 mins
#finally sqeeze out the lemon juice and mix well
#allow it to boil for 5 mins and garnish with coriander leaves
#enjoy with rice

(&)for toor dhal water
wash n pressure cook toor dhal along with turmeric powder(a pinch) and extra water
separate the water from dhal
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At 12:12 PM, Anonymous ramkumari said...

papu,
the lemon rasam..if u add the juice n boil it won't it taste sour...we usually make the rasam let it b'come warm (note not hot)the add the juice .    



At 2:32 PM, Anonymous jayakarthik said...

no ramkumari i tried it n it came out well, it didnt taste sour
it was good    



At 6:20 PM, Blogger Foodie's Hope said...

LOVE lemon rasam!! Yummy just to drink with nothing else like soup!!Thanks!:)    



At 11:35 AM, Anonymous jayakarthik said...

yeah u r right, its yummy to drink than to mix it with rice;)    



At 10:14 PM, Blogger MAJ K said...

Here is another blog post about Rasam:

http://tastymistake.blogspot.com/2007/02/rasam.html
   



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