RAW MANGO & JEERA RASAM
https://thephotowali.wordpress.com/. Recipe for Raw Mango and Jeera Rasam: Ingredients: 1 Raw Mango (Medium size) 2 Tbsp Toor Dal 2 Tsp Jeera / Cumin seeds 3/4 Tsp Black Pepper Corns 1/2 Lemon Size Tamrind Salt to Taste 3 Cups of Water For Tempering: 2 Tsp Ghee / Clarified butter 1 Tsp Mustard seeds 1/2 Tsp Cumin / Jeera 1 Sprig Curry leaves 2 Tsp Finely Chopped Coriander 2 Dried red chillies 1/4 Tsp Turmeric / Haldi 1/4 Tsp Asafoetida Method: Soak toor dal for 10 minutes. Peel the raw mango and chop into small cubes. In a blender make a fine paste of raw mango , soaked toor dal, jeera ,soaked tamrind (keep the tamrind water for alter use)and black pepper corns. Heat a wide bottom pan. Once the ghee is hot add cumin, curry leaves, dried red chillies ,haldi ,asafoetida and jeera. Once they mustard starts to splutter add the mango ,jeera and pepper paste.Cook the paste for 2 minutes on medium flame. Add salt ,tamrind water and plain water. Bring it to boil. Garnish with fresh coriander and switch off the flame. It can served with piping hot rice and papad. You can just serve it as soup as well. https://preethicuisine.com/kathirikai-vathal-rasam-sundried-eggpla https://preethicuisine.com/pepper-rasam-vada-2/Hello !! I was down with viral flu this week. Haze has added to my vows. I am back to normal routine now. Varieties of rasam kept me going throughout the week. One of the rasam varieties I am sharing today id Raw Mango & Jeera Rasam. You will fall in love with this recipe once you taste it. I bet you will be tempted to make it more often. There are many varieties of Rasam from the south. Some varieties help you to combat flu and increase resistance. It is more of a traditional soup.You need to try it to love it. My humble contribution for 214th #Foodiemonday #Bloghop theme #RasamRaga is this supremely delicious Raw Mango and Jeera Rasam. This week’s theme was suggested by our co blogger Priya who is an amazing blogger.Head over to her blog for wonderful traditional and gujarati recipe
15 thoughts on “RAW MANGO & JEERA RASAM”
What a hearty, flavourful rasam recipe! I love the idea of adding raw mango to rasam. I’m sure it will take the taste of the dish up by several notches. Will surely be trying this out. 🙂
Flavorful rasam with raw mango ! The recipe sounds easy-to-follow. Grinding soaked tur dal with rawnango and then cooking it sounds interesting !
A rasam with raw mango was on my list but couldn’t find raw mango. Your rasam has turned out so creamy as you’ve blended the dal with mango and tamarind. Reading through the list of ingredients has made me feel so hungry.
Raw mango and jeera rasam looks so flavourful and delicious ..I love to have rasam and soups whenever I am not feeling well.. this one is so comforting.. will try when we have raw mango season
Wow, never tasted raw mango rasam. Rasam looks aromatic and mouthwatering. Loved your easy to follow recipe. Now I am waiting for mango season to try it. I will give you feedback whenever I can try.
Glad you are better now. This raw mango jeera rasam sounds delicious. Now I wish raw mangoes were back in season. Delicious rasam.
I love raw mango in my dishes and would love to try this rasam. Looks easy to do and comforting too
Loved the texture of this rasam it’s very inviting , it looks super delicious. This tangy and aromatic rasam is not only but also healthy.
I am just drooling here !! Raw mango in rasam looks really so irrestible right now for me di 🙂
Most comforting food..would love to have this rasam for my fever now. Looks so delicious and tempting
Raw mango and Jeera. It’s an interesting combination. Rasam is such a comfort food while we are unwell especially. I can feel the tickling by seeing your pictures. It’s a great recipe. Will give a try soon.
Raw mango rasam sounds conforting. Such a comfort food and grinding toor dal with raw mango is very interesting.
Raw mango rasam sounds so delicious. I love trying different versions of rasams, will make this one some time.
Raw mango and jeera rasam sounds so flavorful and delicious. I love rasam as a starter during cold time. This looks so comforting and waiting for next raw mango season will try this one for sure.