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.
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 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.