Pepper Rasam

Pepper Rasam (Kurumullake Rasam)

Pepper Rasam

Pepper Rasam (Kurumullake Rasam)

Category : Vegetarian, Curries

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By Silpa Surendran

Published On: 28 Sep 2001

Rating: 4
24 Votes, 19 Reviews
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20 Minutes
Served : 5
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Ingredients

Directions

Step 1

Roast the pepper, lentil and chillies together in a pan till they become golden brown.

Step 2

Add cumin seeds and grind them together to a powder.

Step 3

In a separate bowl, mix the tamarind paste(if not paste, remove the pieces of tamarind after 15 minutes in the water) in 4 cups of warm water.

Step 4

Add salt and asafoetida, boil the water for a few minutes.

Step 5

Mix in the powder from above and boil the pepper rasam for about 5 minutes.

Step 6

:- Pepper Rasam (Kurumullake Rasam) is ready.

Step 7

:- Serve Pepper Rasam (Kurumullake Rasam) hot with rice or drink like a soup.

Step 8

:- Drinking Pepper Rasam is very good if you have fever.

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Sarah

It is a wonderful recipe..

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Pankaj Gadade

Turned out very well in the first attempt.. awesome..

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Sahir

Excellent. It came out very well the very first time I tried to make it. I used powdered kayam about 1/4 teaspoon.

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dolie

Thanks so much for this great recipe. I am a big fan of India vegetarian food!!Loved this Rasam what I made after following your instructions...great!

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Shabu

Good

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HELWIN

Very Very tasty

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manojkhan

mmmm very tasty

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Nithya

Very nice. To add more taste & smell add coriander leaves also.

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Amritha

Really tasty.

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secret

It is really nice. I also added garlic and mustard in ghee as advised by others. I made this with fried potatoes. It was great combination. Thank you very much for sharing this recipe.

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devi

To add more taste to this,add garlic .(for garlic lovers)

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vidya

yummy...... thanx for this excellent receipe

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g.v. kumar

The recipe was excellent. But wait, When do you put the mustard seeds ? I guess the final touches with mustard seeds splutteresd in some ghee. kumar

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Ann

Wow!! that was fantastic! reminds me of my mama`s cooking.thanx for that...enjoyed it!

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Priya sanjeev

Thanks for the recipe. It tastes really good. My husband & friends liked a lot. No need to have with hot rice, just drink like that - hot hot!!!!.

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Gayathri Sharma

It is very easy to prepare and very tasty too. Tastes very nice with hot rice during the winter and rainy season.

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heang sen yein

yummy and so simple to prepare. the sour taste wakes up the appetite. cheers

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beena.d.e

very good.every one in my house including my picky eater,my elder son loved it.thanx alot.

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Priya

Tasty!!

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