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Rasam Powder Recipe

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Ingredients

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¾ cup coriander seeds
20 red chilis (long variety)
¼ cup toor dal
¼ cup channa dal
3 tbsp black pepper
3 tbsp cumin seeds
½ tsp hing

Nutritional information

298
calories
54.19 g
carbohydrates
12.78 g 2
protein
15.35 g
fat
55 mg
sodium
0 mg
cholesterol

Rasam Powder Recipe

Features:
  • Veg
Cuisine:
  • 20 mins
  • Serves 10
  • Easy

Ingredients

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There are a lot of recipes that call for the use of rasam powder, more commonly known as rasam podi. You can actually buy rasam powder in stores, but true chefs attempting to master the long road of Indian cuisine, make their own. It actually isn’t that difficult to create rasam powder, and once you master it, you will be able to customize it so that your dishes begin to embody their own signature style.

Health Benefits

The basis of every bowl of rasam is the legendary tamarind broth. Tamarind has some of the best health benefits of any fruit. It has the ability to improve vision, heal skin conditions, boost respiratory health, and improve the digestive system. But its most prized health benefit is the ability to reduce inflammation which many researchers consider to be the basis for the majority of chronic diseases. It is why tamarind is primarily used as a natural pain reliever.

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How to make Rasam Powder Recipe

  • Dry roast red chilli, hing, channa dal, and toor dal first over a medium flame until dals are golden in color.
  • Transfer to a plate for cooling.
  • Roast coriander seeds and pepper until fragrant.
  • Add jeera.
    • Cook until it begins to pop.
  • Let everything cool.

Trivia

The word 'tamarind' is derived from Arabic and roughly translates to "Indian date".

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