Healthy Pepper Rasam for winter.

Soup is a nippy, hot feast that proposes more than enough health profits. In comparison of medicine, Healthy soup is a better option, when you’re suffering from cold, cough and fever.  It soothes and relaxes you in an explicable way. It’s most healthy, comforting and scrumptious as well. A healthy soup usually filled with lots of healthy ingredients and fresh vegetables.

Today life has ended up so quickly paced that large portions of us don’t set aside a few minutes to make a healthy pot of soup. Due to this, our lifestyle going dull without nutritional value. At the same time all that is gradually evolving. But nowadays, the awareness of these soups getting higher day by day. There are more soup fans developing by the number.

Individuals are starting to take the time to consolidate for homemade soup because they understand the profits they were missing out on. Here, we introduce you some of the best options of soups that increases your  interest for soup. Pepper Rasam is one of the unique soup recipes that enhance your health quality as well as taste too.

Recipe of Pepper Rasam

The season of winter is now become a synonym of cold, cough & allergy. In addition to proper medicine, it is basic to devour consoling and successful sustenances. The flavors in Pepper Rasam help in digestion and mitigate your senses, and accordingly is an ideal recipe for unending sneezes and running nose.

Pepper Rasam’s Ingredients
Tomato: 2 (Medium Size)
Tamarind: 50 gm (Raw)
Black pepper:  1 Tbsp (Ungrounded)
Cumin seeds: 1 Tbsp
Garlic: 2 Cloves
Turmeric powder: ¼ Tbsp
Curry leaves
Salt to taste

Ingredients for Seasoning:
Coriander leaves: 1 Tbsp
Water: 750 ml
Ghee: 1 Tbsp
Mustard seeds: ½ tbsp
Curry leaves: few
Red chili: 2 (Ungrounded)

How to cook?

  • First of all soak the tamarind in warm water.
  • After that extract its juicy water from them and throw away the pulp.
  • To next process, take cumin seeds, pepper and garlic together and grind all for a few seconds in a mixer.
  • When the grinding process gets completed then take a cup of tamarind extract mix it with chopped tomatoes, turmeric powder, crushed pepper, cumin, garlic, salt and curry leaves.
  • After a proper mix-up, put all in the cooker for boiling.
  • When all things get started to boil then keep the flame low for 10-15 minutes
  • When the raw smell of the tamarind goes off then off the flame.
  • Now, Heat-up a tbsp of ghee and add mustard seeds to it. When it begins to splutter, add the red chili, curry leaves and pour it over the Rasam.

Your Pepper Rasam is ready to eat.

Written by Ranjeet Jha

Ranjeet Jha

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