This type of rasam is in practice across Karavali region of Karnataka. This rasam is a no onion and no garlic recipe and hence it is referred to as "satvik" recipe. This Udupi rasam aka Udupi saaru is very tasty and easy to prepare.
Instructions for use
This is the same rasam or saaru, which is served in Udupi Shri Krishna temple. In Karavali region this rasam or saaru is a very common gravy in all special occasions and ceremonies. The rasam or saaru is served as first course in a multi course meal. This is a kids friendly rasam and most of the kids are fond of this rasam. Not only kids, even the adults enjoy this lip smacking rasam or saaru. There are many recipes of saaru or rasam from Karnataka.
The saaru or rasam varies from region to region. I will post one by one and to begin with this tasty Udupi style saaru or rasam. Do try and enjoy this tasty and aromatic Udupi style saaru or rasam.
UDUPI RASAM POWDER RECIPE / KARNATAKA SAARINA PUDI
I have posted many rasam recipes like Dodapathre ajwain leaves rasam , mango rasam , sabsige soppu dill leaves rasam , menthe fenugreek seeds rasam , hesaru bele saaru or mung dal rasam and upsaaru recipes. I have made a video on this recipe with Kannada narration, which I have embedded it below. Kindly have a look. Instructions for making Udupi rasam or tomato saaru: Take toor dal in a pressure cooker and rinse. In a pan add some coconut oil and individually fry each ingredient. Let it cool down , grind to powder. Use this powder when ever you need to make Udupi style rasam.
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Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Once the chilis are fried, take it out and keep it aside. Now to the same pan add in coriander seeds and roast until slight colour change and you get nice aroma. Once done, take them out and keep it aside. Now to the same pan add in cumin seeds and roast until slight colour change and they start spluttering.
Now to the same pan add in fenugreek seeds, asafoetida and roast until fenugreek seeds starts popping.
UDUPI RASAM POWDER RECIPE / KARNATAKA SAARINA PUDI | Cook With Smile
If using powdered asafoetida then don't add it here, add it at the end. Next add in curry leaves to the same frying pan and fry until crisp.
If using powdered asafoetida, then add it here at the end. Wait till the fried spices are cool. Transfer it into a dry mixie jar and make a fine powder.
The fresh and aromatic Udupi rasam powder or saaru pudi is ready. Store it in an airtight container. And use it in rasam, curries and stir fry recipes. Dear reader, We have a Kannada version of this recipe. Click here to read this recipe in Kannada. Dear Reader, I am Latha and I am very happy that you have visited our website. Lot of efforts have been put in creating each and every page on this website.