Cranberry Rasam has a distinct tartness and spiciness to it, that makes it a true repository of flavors. Rasam is either eaten along with rice or savored as a soup in South India. Apart from being soothing and satiating to the senses, the soup is also considered to be dense in nutritional and health benefits.
How to make Garlic Rasam at home?
Garlic Rasam, is a thin, spicy, flavorful and tangy soup/broth from South India. It is made from a base of gently sautéed garlic and a peppery spice mixture that is ground to make rasam powder. This rasam powder is then mixed with a juice of tamarind extract and brought to a frothy boil, to make this delicious garlic rasam.
Watermelon rasam is a thin, watery, fruit based rasam or soup made in South India.It is a spicy ,sweet, tangy soup which is gluten free. It usually accompanies hot steaming rice in a lunch menu, but also can be relished as a soup. It is vegan friendly.
Udupi Tomato Rasam|How to make
Udupi tomato rasam is a thin watery soup, known for its simple, gently spiced aromatic flavors.It is traditionally, served with hot steaming rice for lunch, along with papadum/thin crispy rice chips, but also can be served as soup.
Rasam /Saaru / Chaaru is a thin watery soup of South Indian origin. It is traditionally prepared using tamarind extract/juice as a base, with an addition of tomatoes, chili peppers and spices like cumin and coriander seeds as seasoning.