Menasina saaru or pepper cumin rasam is very tasty and healthy saaru for winter season and also for nursing mothers. Pepper helps in increasing the milk production in nursing mother. This rasam is soothing and gentle on stomach. After the delivery of the baby the woman's body goes through a lots of hormonal changes. It is always good to have simple, healthy food and calm environment for the recovery. If you feel the rasam is spicy you can add hot milk at the end and serve it to the new mother. If it not for new moms you can add coconut milk too. You can squeeze lemon juice and drink hot rasam/saaru.
Tomato Rasam / Saru is quick and easy to make with no lentils or dals. It needs very few ingredients yet results in a delicious rasam. This can be consumed as a soup or with rice. This is garlic-free version, but if you like, you can add a clove of garlic while you grind. Rasam or saaru is basically south Indian tomato soup, best during winter days. Try this easy Tomato saaru and I am sure you love it.
Sprouted Horse gram Rasam and Palya/Usli/Sundal is one of my family’s favorite foods. This is a two in one dish – we will be making Rasam and and it’s side dish with a common main ingredient, Horsegram.