Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Pepper Soup / Miriyala Rasam /Miriyala charu/

When u feel cold try his soup / rasam it's give soothing effect to your closed nose and throat.

Ingredients :
For Rasam /Soup
Tamarind -lemon sized
Green chilly-3
Garlic cloves-2
Hing/Asofetedia-1/4 tsp
sugar/Jaggery-1 tsp
Curry leaves
Salt to taste
Turmeric powder-1/2 tsp
Coriander leaves-few
 for tadka:
Coriander,cumin,mustard seeds-1/2 tsp
Oil-2 tsp
For Powder
Whole Pepper corn-1/2 tsp
Red chilly-2
Coriander,cumin seeds-1/2 tsp
Dried Ginger / Ginger-1/2 inch
Method :
In a microwave safe bowl add tamarind and enough water put it in microwave about 1 min.cool down it.
then squeeze the pulp and add 3 cups water.Mean time put the In frying pan add Powder ingredients and saute them for few mins till all ingredients change it's color.
cool down it.In a blender blend them into fine powder.In a sauce pan heat the oil and tadka ingredients when starts spluttering add chopped green chilly and cloves saute for few mins then add curry leaves ,turmeric powder and saute for few seconds.
then add tamarind pulp, powder and hing.

Bring it to boil ,boil 10 to 15mins.
Garnish with Coriander leaves.That's it hot hot miriyala charu is ready to serve.
serve with hot rice,cooked dal /mudda pappu.

23 comments:

Siddhi S said...

Hey swapna thnx for visitng n commenting on my blog...hop 2 c u again thr...u have a nice blog with yummy recipes...this pepper soup luks so tempting...nice 2 have a hot bowl of this in this winter, loved the recipe, it has nice ingredients...nice snaps too...hey i am following ur blog so that i can track all ur future recipes and comment on them..

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Guntur Traditions said...

too much undi nee recipe and decor

Swapna Sree said...

Thanks Siddhi for visiting my blog and dropping a beautiful comment....thanx a lot for following my blog...

Swapna Sree said...

Thanks a lot sandhya(guntur)...

Sowmya said...

Hi Swapna,Thanks for following my blog and dropping your valuable comments...thats so sweet of you...btw your rasam looks absolutely delicious n what a presentation...you 're so innovative...keep rocking buddy!have a great time:)

Malar Gandhi said...

Milagu rasam sounds perfect for this weather...I like your presentation skills so much, very creative:)

Swapna Sree said...

Thanks Sowmya for visting my blog and following me too...Thanks Malar Gandhi for U r compliments...

Sushma Mallya said...

Flower is done so creatively,really liked the way u presented it and the rasam looks delicios with the hint of pepper in it...very nice recipe swapna...

priya said...

lovely!!....looks very nice n spicy, dear!

Swapna Sree said...

Thanks a lot Sushma and Priya...

Jagruti said...

Hey Swapna

thanks for visiting my blog and leaving a kind comment...you 2 have nice space and recipes...rasam looks delicious and like the flower you made.lovely art..:))hope 2 see u again..

cheers
Joy Of Cooking

Swapna Sree said...

Thanks Jagruthi For visiting my blog and dropping beautiful comment.....

Rekha A said...

Hi Swapna Sree, Thanks for visiting my blog... I liked your step by step procedure... Nice creativity... Rasam looks yummy...

Swapna Sree said...

Thanks Rekha for visiting my blog and for u compliment...

Jyoti said...

Rasam is yumm... I like the chilli tree more..gr8 presentation.. Will visit often..

Do have a sneek peek at mine..

Cheers

Jyoti

Swapna Sree said...

Thanks Jyoti for visiting my blog and compliments.....

Gulmohar said...

Thanks for visiting Collaborative curry :-)
Delicious rasam, I could have this as it is.Lovely presentation !

Swapna Sree said...

Thanks Gulmohar...

Mona said...

I loved the beautiful plant that you created. Looks amazing!

Sowmya said...

An award awaits you dear!please collect it in my blog!
cheers!
Sowmya

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Hi Swapna, First time here ...you have a very creative space here. Lovely presentation of rasam.
Glad to follow you.
Do visit my blog http://hamareerasoi.blogspot.com/ if time permits.
Deepa
http://hamareerasoi.blogspot.com/

Swapna Sree said...

Thanks Mona,,,Thanks a lot Sowmya for remembering me and passing an award...
Thanks Hamaree Rasoi for visiting my blog...

vineetha said...

Yummy rasam...I love all types of rasam ...