Jul 28, 2008


This typical Andhra rasam is from costal Andhra Pradesh
Good combo with this rasam is kandi pachadi and potato fry oooh that is my choice
And the recipe is here
Tamarind - Small lemon size
Onion—1 sliced
Tomato—1 sliced
Green chilies- slit 3
Coriander leaves chopped- 1 tab sp
1/2 taps – chili powder
1/2 taps- turmeric powder
Salt to taste
1teb sp – jaggery
1tesp- sambar powder (optional)

1 tab sp - oil
1 tabs –mustard seeds
1 tabs – cumin seeds
1 taps – uard dal
3 cloves- garlic crushed
Soak tamarind in water and extract juice with 1 cup water and keep a side
Heat oil in a sauce pan add mustard seeds and let them crackle then add crushed garlic uard dale and curry leaves fry till golden color
Then add sliced onion, sliced tomato and slit challis stir once and add chili powder , turmeric powder, sambar powder, coriander leaves salt to taste and jaggery keep stirring and remove from fire and add tamarind juice mix well and serve hot with plain rice

You can add griled sliced brinjals to this that we call mukkala pacchi pulusu


Sum Raj said...

looks tempting...delicious entry...

Shreya said...

hi, good one.. though i prefer to stay away from tamarind as much as possible.. never knew of jaggery also being used.. what is kandi pachadi?

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Indian Khana said...

Looks just yummy..very nice pic

Sujatha said...

looks inviting.. and sounds authentic!

Indian Khana said...

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Indian Khana said...

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ST said...

Pacchipullusu its my favorite one.My mom use to make same way...Looks tempting and I am hungry now.....

Deepthi Shankar said...

that looks very nice .. a different kind of sambar

Purva Desai said...

Rasam looks delicious....and with my limited knowledge on rasam.....I ve heard they are good when u ve cold

Sia said...

slurp... i can survive eating just this pulusu with rice forever :)

notyet100 said...

ne wname for me looks yum,..

EC said...

Nice one...authentic andhra cuisine