Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Mor Rasam/Buttermilk Rasam


Like, I think I have already told you before, there's no boundaries to cooking (Meen Muringakka Kulambu/Drumstick Fish Curry). There's basically no limitation to inventing or trying out new recipes. Either, you coin your own recipes or you pretty much trend behind other people's recipes (Fish Sambar & Creamy Coconut Lentil Curry). Either way, I think, is fine and not necessarily you must follow recipes as they are 100%. Always allowed, please go ahead and tweet recipes as per your liking, how about you giving a go to this my Mor Rasam/Buttermilk Rasam (Mor Kuzhambu)? Heard before or you have not, or your only familiarity is Plain Rasam? I don't know, you have to tell me (Egg Rasam & Nandu Rasam). Whatever or whichever, I hope you won't hold yourself from trying this Mor Rasam/Buttermilk Rasam. Mor or buttermilk basically a replacement for tamarind and for a natural depth of sourness and creaminess. Cooking game on? The game changer instead of plain rasam? 


Ingredients (A)
1 cup masoor dhal - simmer till tender with some water and lightly mash
5 garlic - smashed 
1 tbsp cumin powder
1 tsp black pepper powder
1 tsp turmeric/kunyit powder
1 (about 100) tomato - slice thinly
1/2 liter water
Salt for taste

For tempering (B)
2 green chillies - sliced to 3-4 pieces
1 tsp fenugreek/halba seeds
1 tsp black mustard seeds
2 tbsp oil
1 cup yogurt
2 sprigs spring onion - cut into pieces

Method
Into a pot, add all ingredients listed in A.
Stir and let it simmer till heated through.
For tempering, heat oil and quickly fry all ingredient stated in B except for yogurt and spring onion.
Tip into rasam mixture and off the heat.
Stir in yogurt and spring onion.
Done!


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20 comments:

  1. I've never had yogurt rasam but can only imagine how delicious and tangy it would be.

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  2. You have described the taste of this soup very well. Spicy and sour is something you do not easily find around here, but in Malaysia it is a different story. Glad to see the recipe here-because that is the only way I will be able to taste this! It does look amazing and healthy. Have a great day!

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  3. This soup looks incredible! I love the color of the stock and the green chile substitution. I've never tried Rasam, I'm wondering if they sell it any of the Indian restaurants around me? I'll have to keep my eye out & if not I'll have to attempt this on my own - looks to good to pass up! Yum!

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  4. I have never had yogurt rasam but i do like the sour and spicy ness in the Southern lentil soup.

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  5. my hubi loves this...he sure to order one if go indian food

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  6. Looks delicious... perfect for rainy days.. =)

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  7. I've never had anything like this before so am very curious to know what it would taste like! Sounds good.

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  8. I would love to try this combination of flavors, Nava. Sounds interestingly good!

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  9. Great healthy soup recipe,I thinks this soup is good for warm weather Too !!
    Ridwan

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  10. Nice recipe...Looks very yummy...

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  11. Thanks everyone for all the wonderful comments. This is such a simple yet wonderful soup which we must have, esp my other half.

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  12. Tempting soup, delicious & healthy! Thank you for liking Carrot Halwa and hope you will try it someday :)

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  13. That's such a good looking soup, and definitely a health booster! Good call on not letting it go to a boil! I'll definitely have to keep an eye out for some of those ingredients!

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  14. healthy soup.. friends are into tumeric tea because of its wonderful health benefits..

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  15. Such a tempting recipe! I have to give it a try.

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  16. Interesting and healthy recipe. YUMMY!

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