Rasam Recipes For Immunity: When you're unwell and your taste buds don't respond to your favourite flavours, a piquant rasam is usually a welcome break. Try these three easy Rasam recipes to boost your immunity!
This winter, keep yourself warm with some delicious rasam recipes. Check out the full recipes inside.
Ginger Lemon Rasam Recipe: If you also enjoy soups in winter like us, you ought to try this stellar recipe that quashes the age-old myth that Indian food cannot be healthy.
Rasam recipes for Monsoon: These dishes are spicy, flavourful and quick and easy to make.
Tomato Rasam Recipe: There are many kinds of rasam, but we have to say that we are a tad biased towards tomato rasam, simply because of the tangy punch it comes with.
Ulavacharu recipe: A comforting rasam from Andhra Pradesh, Ulavacharu is made from horse gram (also known as Ulava in Telegu).
Pepper Rasam Recipe: The very popular pepper rasam, or as traditionally called milagu rasam, is like a clear soup, which works great to strengthen immunity and ward off cold and flu.
While most rasams are mixed with rice, there are some like the pineapple rasam that work equally well as a 'drinking' rasam.
'Rasam' is traditionally enjoyed with steamed rice, idli and vada. Other than its soothing taste, 'rasam', due to its ingredients (like curry leaves, tamarind, spices etc), is also treated as a nutrient-rich food item.
When we speak of soothing dishes to warm our souls and boost immunity such as soups and stews, south Indian rasam holds a special place too.