Cooked toor dal ... 2-3 tbsps
Pineapple ............. 2 slices
Rasam powder .... 1 tsp
Tomatoes ............. 1
Coriander leaves .. 1 tbsp
Turmeric powder .. 1/4 tsp
Salt ............. to taste
Sugar ......... 1/2 tsp or a small piece of jaggery (optional)
Tamarind .. soak lemon sized piece in a small bowl of water
Mustard seeds .. 1 tsp
Asafoetida ..... a pinch
Dry red chillies .. 1-2
Curry leaves ..... 1 sprig
Oil ....... 1 tbsp
1. Cut one slice of pineapple into small pieces and grind the other one to a fine paste.
2. Heat oil in a pan and add the tempering ingredients.
3. When they crackle, add the crushed garlic and saute until it is fried.
4. Now add the tamarind water and the cooked toor dal.
5. Tip in the chopped tomatoes and pineapple pieces and also the pineapple paste.
6. Season with salt, sugar, rasam powder and turmeric powder.
7. Allow the rasam to simmer for 4-5 minutes.
8. Add the coriander leaves. and remove from the gas.
See home made rasam powder recipe - HERE
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comforting rasam.. I love the pineapple rasam as stater tooReplyDelete
Thanks Veena.. Love it too :)Delete
Wooow, I am not used to have rasam...But this sounds great!!ReplyDelete
Do try it out waagmi. you will like it :)Delete
Tasty and healthy recipe it is... it will be kid's favorite too...ReplyDelete
Yes Shunmuga Sundari.. thanks :)Delete
How interesting. Sounds like it will taste amazing.. Next time, I will try it out..ReplyDelete
Yes, must try it !Delete
loved the idea of pineapple rasam... interesting recipeReplyDelete
Thanks for liking RuxanaDelete
Nice sweet and tangy rasam...ReplyDelete
Yes Rafeeda.. yummyDelete
This sounds amazing Shobha ji. I love rasam and I will have to give this a try.ReplyDelete
Thanks Sarika. Make and enjoyDelete
Every time I come across a pineapple rasam recipe I make a mental note to try it out but then forget. Actually saving this one to try out. Am sure the slight sweetness from the pineapple and tanginess from the tamarind creates a perfect medley of flavors.ReplyDelete
Yes you are right . This rasam has a lovely flavours- a bit sweet, spicy and tany.Delete
This rasam looks awesome. Can feel its zingy taste. You have inspired me to try my hands at rasam. Great recipe 👌ReplyDelete
Do make it dear. You will love it.Delete