Coconut Milk Rasam

Easy and tasty to make

Coconut Milk Rasam

Easy and tasty to make

Category : Vegetarian, Curries

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By Mridula Rajesh

Published On: 04 Aug 2006

Rating: 4
5 Votes, 4 Reviews
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20 Minutes
Served : 3
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Ingredients

Directions

Step 1

Mince the tomatoes and keep aside.

Step 2

Heat some oil in a pan or a kadai.

Step 3

Splutter mustard seeds and then add curry leaves.

Step 4

Add the minced tomatoes and saute it for some time till they are a soft and mushy.

Step 5

Add diluted coconut milk and heat it, stirring it occasionally.

Step 6

Add the rasam powder and chilly powder and stir it.

Step 7

Let it boil and make sure it doesnt split.

Step 8

Add the coriander leaves and let it continue boiling.

Step 9

Take it off the stove and then add salt to taste.

Step 10

:- You can adjust the rasam powder according to the spiciness of the powder that you are using.

Step 11

:- Serve with steaming white rice or ghee rice.

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Monisha

This recipe was a very interesting twist to the traditional Rasam. I tried it out yesterday and it went very well with the veg and meat dishes.

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Vidya Vishwak

very easy, very very tasty, very different. thanks a lot Vidya

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Mridula Rajesh

HI Nalini, If you dont add salt till the end,it wont split,but make sure that you keep stirring the mixture often.Use MTR`s Rasam powder and it will be a little bit sour. DO Not add tamarind juice as it is not necessary. Lime juice also should not be added as it will make the milk split. Thanks Mridula

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Nalini

How do you ensure the coconut milk doesn`t split? Don`t we need to add a little tamarind juice? Thanks.

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