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Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Homemade Rasam Powder/ Rasam podi

I am a huge fan of Rasams. No south Indian meal is complete without it. There are different varieties of rasams and using rasam powder they can be prepared in a jiffy.  I tried this Rasam powder recipe from Nalini's site almost a month ago but still couldn't post it. May be today is the time for it. 
Rasam Powder
Recipe Source: Nalini's Kitchen

What are the ingredients needed?

Toor dal/ Thuvaram Paruppu, 1/2 cup
Coriander seeds/Dhania, 1/2 cup
Red chillies, 10 nos.
Cumin Seeds, 3/4 cup
Whole black pepper, 3/4 cup
Curry leaves, 4-5 sprigs

Rasam Podi
How it is made?
  1. Dry roast the ingredients separately. Don't let it change color.
  2. Grind adding ingredients in the following order. First toor dhal, then coriander seeds, red chillies, curry leaves then cumin seeds and pepper. The resulting powder has to be coarse.
  3. Store it in an air tight container.
The powder can be stored in room temperature for a month and in freezer for upto 6 months.
Here is the recipe of Paruppu Rasam I made using this Rasam powder.

13 comments:

  1. Lovely clicks da nothing like homemade rasam podi ;)

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  2. homemade is always good.. love the flavour of this

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  3. wow super aromatic rasam powder... superb click aks.. Always homemade is superb...

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  4. Very flavorful and lovely rasam powder...

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  5. I've always wanted to make homemade spice powders, but always end up reaching out to the ready made ones at the market...just lazy i suppose. I should try making some myself one of these days. Lovely pics Divya.

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  6. perfectly done...i do make and store little as its so useful at times of need

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  7. My pantry will always have this rasam powder, cant survive without rasam.

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  8. Thank you so much for trying this..Nothing beats the flavor of home made powder.Nice clicks.

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  9. Flavourful and aromatic rasam powder..

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  10. lovely clicks of that flavorful Rasam powder, love rasam with rasam powder a lot than the plain rasam but never tried home made version, will try it soon!

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  11. omg daily a new look to your blog .. like this one :) very very flavorful podi and awesome presentation :)

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  12. Lovely clicks and beautiful presentation..

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