Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Hotel Rasam

Hotel Rasam :- I learnt this recipe from my friend Anu.This rasam is made without Garlic.It tastes similar to the rasam we get from hotel.So i named it Hotel Rasam.

Ingrediants(measures for 4)

Rasam Powder
  • Chana Dhal(kadalai parupu) - 1 tb spoon
  • Kothamali seeds/Corriander seeds - 1/2 tb spoon
  • Black pepper corns - 1 t spoon
  • Cumin Seeds/Jeera Seeds - 1 1/2 t spoon
  • Dry Red Chilli - 2 big
  • Methi/Vendhayam - 1 pinch
Ingrediants to make rasam powder.Only for display,not exact measures

Heat a kadai and dry roast(until channa dhal,corr.seeds turn into brown color) all the above ingrediants.

Dry roasted ingrediants ready to be powdered

Cool it for a while.Grind to a fine powder in a blender or coffee grinder.
  • Tamarind- lemon size,soak in 4 cups of water
  • Tomato- 1/2 medium chopped
  • Corriander/kothamali leaves - chopped ,as required
  • Powders- turmeric 1/4 t spoon,hing/Kayam 4 shakes
  • Salt-as required
  • Seasoning-mustard,curry leaves
Method

Heat oil in a kadai,add the seasonings,when it splutters,add tomatoes fry until they are mushy.Add the rasam powder and fry for 3 mins.Nice aroma arises at this stage.Now add the tamarind water.Add the powders,salt.Allow to boil for 6 to 7 mins.Add corriander leaves.When you see bubbles starting to arise.Switch off the stove.Rasam is ready.Serve with rice or as a soup particulary when it is raining outside.

Hotel Rasam
Tips
  • You can make the rasam powder in a bluk,store it in a air tight container or in freezer as use it as needed.
  • It goes well with veggie side dishes.

13 comments:

Foodie's Hope said...

Anything 'Hotel' attracts me ,Rashmi!!:) Looks delicious,will try for sure!! Thanks!!

Maheswari said...

Rasam looks delicious..this is my first visit u'r blogs..lot of tasty recipes..so many on my must try list..especially "chicken kuzhambu"..as priya said it looks like salna..reminds me of madhurai road side shops and their tasty dishes...

Chitra J said...

I was looking for this recipe for a long time. Really delicious!! Thank you and spl. thnx to Anu too.

Anonymous said...

hey rashmi,

I jus happen to visit ur blog today and u have some good recipes out here.I have been wanting to get hotel rasam recipe for long andI found it today in ur blog.I shall try it today.Anyways happy cooking!!will be visiting ur blog more often for ur wonderful recipes

AR

Rashmi said...

Thanks Asha.Same here.

Maheswari,thanks for visiting.

Thanks Chitra.Conveyed your compliments to Anu too.

AR thanks for coming and keep visiting.

Prema Sundar said...

I wanted to make this type of rasam for a long time.. thanks for the recipe.

Indian Recipes said...

Hi ,

I have linked your recipe here

easycrafts said...

hi, looks tempting...got it try it out soon

Meena said...

Hello - tried this today. best rasam i ever tasted :) thank you for this wonderful recipe.

Anonymous said...

Hi, I have been searching for this recipe so long........ Thanks. All other recipes look very tempting.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for posting recipes tried the rasam it tasted very very good.

ANANDHI said...

Nice recipe, looks good, but try presenting it better by adding some garnishing!! Seriously it doesn't look very advertising when looked upon.

roopa said...

hi this is nice and i must try, can u post one more tili saaru which does in south indian marriage , thats also very fentastic