When crab claws and legs had made their way into Indian Crab Soup (Rasam), what must follow through? For crab body? Of course, Crab Curry, Nandu Curry, Nandu Kulumbu or Nandu Peratal. In my house, crab soup and crab curry must be side by side. Meaning? Both in tandem. Alongside each other for our meal. Crab curry after pouring crab soup on rice? Walla! This my Indian Malaysian Style Crab Curry? Including claws and legs. Imagine biting into claws and legs soaking in a spicy thick flavorful curry? Pretty much a crab curry which will shoot you right up to the stars Mutton Parathal).
Saturday, February 20, 2010
Tuesday, February 16, 2010
Indian Crab Soup, aka Nandu Rasam. Yes, crab claws or legs into this Indian soup. Remember the humble plain and simple Rasam I have already shared with all of you? That's right. Of course, we shouldn't doubt the humbleness and simplicity of plain rasam, but trust me, crab claws or legs, no matter how big or small they are, they do pretty much elevate rasam to a higher above level. The double doze of double packing healthy power as a remedy for cold and flu or maybe even other benefits as well maybe. Anything else should I say? I guess not. Except, you should give a go this my version of Indian Crab Soup/Nandu Rasam.
Thursday, February 11, 2010
Wednesday, February 10, 2010
Sunday, February 7, 2010
Thursday, February 4, 2010
Canned sardines. I must say my savior. And sardine is actually quite a favorite as well in my house. Overall too, when we speak about Spicy Sardine Sambal With Potatoes? Tell me about spicy sardine alongside floods/banjir of Rasam on rice. Pow-wow right? All fingers swimming in rasam and spicy sardine, of course potatoes mashed in as well when tucking in? Mouthwatering right? Spicy Sardine Sambal With Potatoes. I know. My pictures are quite disheartening, but my recipe I vouch is not. Believe me. Make this my style to Spicy Sardine Sambal With Potatoes for your food love and you will believe in me deeply.
Saturday, January 2, 2010
When you are at an infant stage of cooking, cooking must be infant too. In other words, what I am trying to say is that, let's not get ambitious if we really don't know the meaning of cooking. Henceforth, if you are a first timer to rasam, I like to suggest you make do with instant rasam powder first and even if you have along the way obtained your Masters in Cooking, no harm done if you keep instant rasam powder close to your heart? Why? The uncomplicated cooking matter to a pot of rasam. Of course, I know many of you must treasure your mum's rasam recipe, go ahead and please be faithful now and forever to your mum by making her version to rasam. Otherwise, Nava K is here to help you out. Instant Rasam. Like I have already told you, instant rasam powder and the rest of the ingredients listed below. Tadaa! Sour burst and tadbit of heat of rasam is ready.
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