Anubala's Kitchen

Mysore Rasam

Mysore Rasam

As the name suggests, this is one of the famous varieties of rasam from the Karnataka cuisine. I am fond of all varieties of rasam. But Mysore rasam tops the list. My family too loves this rasam. It’s a simple to make, healthy, aromatic and absolutely delicious rasam. I am going to share my foolRead more about Mysore Rasam… Read More!

Jeera Rasam

Jeera Rasam

After lot of festive cooking, now it’s back to basic and simple food at home. Today for lunch I made Jeera rasam. Cumin seeds are known as jerragam in Tamil. This is a very mild, therapeutic and a delicious rasam. I learnt to make this rasam from my maternal grand mom, who was an expertRead more about Jeera Rasam… Read More!

Raw Mango Rasam

Raw Mango Rasam

It was a simple lunch at home today. I made a new rasam with raw mango. It’s my own recipe and very simple to make. The rasam came out very well, spicy and tangy with a mild flavour of the delicious mango:) Ingredients Tuvar dal ( pigeon peas) – 1/2 cup Chopped raw mango –Read more about Raw Mango Rasam… Read More!

Omam and Ingi Rasam

Omam and Ingi Rasam

Today I made a new rasam with omam ( ajwain / carom seeds) and Inji (ginger )as I wanted to make something light and therapeutic. Both omam and ginger are very good for digestion and relieving flatulence. It was mildly spicy, very aromatic, light and indeed very delicious and my family really liked it:) IngredientsRead more about Omam and Ingi Rasam… Read More!

Carrot Rasam

Carrot Rasam

Carrot is one vegetable that I use everyday in my cooking. Mostly I use it to make salads or raita. Sometimes I do make soup or dry vegetable curry using carrots. Carrots are very rich in beta carotene and vitamin A. It’s very good for the vision, reduce cholesterol, protects the heart, anti cancerous ,Read more about Carrot Rasam… Read More!

Betel Leaves Rasam

Betel Leaves Rasam

Few days back, my cousin Uma told me about a new rasam that she had made. She told me that she had seen the recipe in the net. It was a very unique rasam in which betel leaves and Amla had been used. I found it be very very interesting and the therapeutic. It hasRead more about Betel Leaves Rasam… Read More!

Avarekai Rasam

Avarekai Rasam

As I have mentioned before, rasam is my most favourite dish and I never get bored of trying different varieties of rasam. And today, I created my own recipe. I made rasam with Avarekai ( broad beans). Generally I make only dry curry with avarekai. I saw a rasam recipe made with field beans (Read more about Avarekai Rasam… Read More!

Majjiga Chaaru

Majjiga Chaaru

Yogurt is known as Majjiga in Telugu and chaaru means rasam. This is a very simple to make and a delicious rasam variety that I have made till now. Perfect dish when you want to have something light:) Ingredients Sour yogurt – 1 cup Water – 2+1/2 cups Green chillies – 2 Chopped coriander leavesRead more about Majjiga Chaaru… Read More!

Udupi Rasam

Udupi Rasam

Udupi is a small town in Karnataka. It’s very famous for its temples and its cuisine. And rasam is one of the very famous dish from this cuisine. It’s one of the yummiest rasam that I have ever made and my family loves it too. If you are a person who is fond of rasam,Read more about Udupi Rasam… Read More!

Milagu Jeera Rasam

Milagu Jeera Rasam

Pepper is known as Milagu in Tamil. Pepper has a lot of therapeutic properties and is used widely in Tamil cuisine. Health benefits of black pepper include relief from respiratory disorders, coughs, the common cold, constipation, indigestion, anemia, impotency, muscular strains and dental problems. Since am having a bad cold and mild cough, I madeRead more about Milagu Jeera Rasam… Read More!