Rasam is the broth of South India – water flavoured with herbs and spices, and sometimes lentils. Despite its simplicity it is an intensely flavoured dish designed to be eaten poured over or mixed with rice. The intensity of the rasam flavour combined with the blandness of rice makes a powerful combination. Rasam can also…
Do you know the difference between rasam and sambar? Now you will.
General Rasam Powder recipes.
By 2000 I was beginning to cook Indian food, or at least attempting to make a fair representation of some dishes. Many of my early attempts came from Goa as that was my first port of call on my first trip to India. Enjoy this Saar (Rasam).