Topics: Water, Indian cuisine, Curry Pages: 1 (310 words) Published: November 26, 2013
Rasam... take 4 tomatoes wash and poke with a knife or fork Place in a bowl in the microwve for 2mins
Grind in mixie or smash it
Take 8 to 10 pods garlic Smash or put all these ingredients in a mixie jeera powder 1 tsp. Pepper 1tspn. Chilli powder 1/4 TSPN. Green corriander stalks and some curryleaves Place oil in a kadai season with mustard dry chillies add some asfoetidia if there is Add the ground masala fry stiring all the time 1 tspn turmeric powder Then add the ground tomatoes fry till oil comes up

Pour three cups water n bring to boil
In the meantime take a little tamrind (size of a lime)and soak in warm water, 1 cup Squeeze the tamrind juice and pour in the boiling rasam then just as it starts to boil remove from stove garnish with chopped coriander

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