Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Rasam Powder Recipe - Homemade Rasam Powder (Podi)

Homemade Rasam Powder Recipe
Rasam Powder / Rasam podi is very simple to make and is very handy too.Homemade rasam powder is very flavourful minus the loaded preservatives as in the store bought ones....It keeps well for more time when handled properly. Making rasam becomes a breeze with rasam powder in hand....You can use this rasam powder for any type of rasam. Though I dont make rasam often I want to try many version of rasam recipes....so keep watching for more flavours of rasam recipes.
Rasam Powder

Homemade Rasam Powder Recipe - Ingredients

Preparation Time : 10 mins | Cooking Time : 25 mins | Serves : 2
Recipe Category: Sidedish | Recipe Cuisine: South Indian

Coriander seeds - 1 and 1/2 cups
Dried Red Chillies - 1/2 cup
Toor Dal - 1/2 cup
Jeera - 1/2 cup
Pepper Corns - 1/2 cup

Method:

  1. In a kadai - dry roast toor dal along with red chillies until golden brown,Set aside. Then add coriander seeds and roast till nice aroma comes,set aside.
    Rasam Powder Recipe - Step1
  2. Then roast pepper corns, allow it to splutter, set aside then add jeera and roast till slightly browned and aroma comes.Rasam Powder Recipe - Step2
  3. Allow all the ingredients to cool down then transfer the contents to a mixer.Rasam Powder Recipe - Step3
  4. Grind it to a semi fine powder. Cool down completely.Rasam Powder Recipe - Step4
Store in a clean dry airtight container and use it whenever you want to make rasam.
Make rasam powder at home

My Notes:

  • Amma says roasting the ingredients gives a nice color and increases shelf life too.Grinding rasam powder little coarse gives a nice aroma.No oil needed whil roasting.
  • The above quantity makes around 3 cups and it lasts upto 6-7 months for us as we dont make rasam often.
  • Always use a clean dry spoon everytime.
  • You can even use this powder for making any vegetable curries if you like peper jeera flavour.
  • Make sure to cool down completely before you start grinding.
How to make Rasam Powder
So what are you waiting for? Make your batch of homemade rasam powder right away and enjoy ur flavourful rasam. And dont forget to tell me the feedback ok? :) I was overthrilled to see how photogenic rasam powder looked so took a lot of pics...Kindly bear with the number of pics....:)


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Written by: SHARMILEE J

25 comments:

  1. thats an very useful post book marking this :)

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  2. Niceone. We don't add toor dal to rasam powder. and as you said, it gives nice aroma if you roast the ingredients...

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  3. Butiful pics..my rasam powder is a more simpler version..only cumin n peppercorn..i m sure this one would give a diff flavor :)

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  4. Such an easy & powerful powder it is :)

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  5. My pantry will be incomplete without this spice powder.

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  6. Mee too lined up this in my to do list. Lovely clicks, jar and set up :)

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  7. Flavorful and very useful powder to augment the taste of rasam.
    Deepa

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  8. Needed this recipe for long time. Ur blog is so easy to follow with detailed steps that i want to learn only after u post it

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  9. Very flavorful rasam powder, can feel the aroma of this. Lovely presentation

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  10. u have good handwriting ! great pictures :) we always love your photography so do not mind to upload more !

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  11. looks like a new kasi irupu chatti...i was looking for the proportion for a very long time. thank u

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  12. Nice clicks, very useful powder.

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  13. Lovely rasam powder & great pictures dear. You rasam & samvar powders are to do for me next. I have never made these powders at home & I am sure they will taste better than the store brought ones. Loved your presentation

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  14. I love rasam, this looks delicious and easy to make!

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  15. ivlodhaana rasam powder, was using shakthi brand for long time, but now not getting that brand here...def will try this...I make rasam often, lil' one needs rasam rice daily :)
    Btw beautiful presentation Sharmi...

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  16. lovely presentation..flavorful powder...

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  17. good one... tried it and liked it

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  18. good one... tried it and liked it

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  19. All of your recipes are very similar and many are same as my mother's. :) Loved them all. Keep them coming. The photography is nice. I loved the homemade masalas and butter, ghee, different flour recipes the most. It is very healthy and hygienic too. I appreciate your practice. All the best!

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  20. Thanks. :-) That was really helpful!

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  21. You are awesome! I never learnt cooking from my mom. Your pages help me a aweful lot! This rasam earnt me my name! Thank you

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