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Buttermilk rasam

Looks surprising isn't it? i was surprised too when i had it for the first time at my engineering friend swathi's  home. It was delicious and I had my complete rice with this rasam. If you have any one in home who does not like to have curd/yogurt directly you can try this. Because it does not smell like curd, it looks and smells awesome. My hubby do not like curd smell, so I made this and gave him for the lunch and he said it is awesome. Only if you are allergic to curd, do not try it otherwise it is good to have daily. Now coming to recipe

Ingredients
Yogurt/curd-1cup
Gram flour-1tbsp
red chili powder-1/4tbsp
Garlic cloves-2
red chili-1
green chili-1
cumin seeds-1/2tbsp
Mustard seeds-1/2tbsp
Curry leaf-1 rind(optional)
Turmeric-pinch
water-1 cup
oil-2tbsp
Coriander/cilantro-for garnishing
salt to taste

Method

Take yougurt/curd in a large bowl and add water whisk it throughly untill it forms a uniform mixture. To this mixture add gram flour, red chili powder, salt and mix well. Kee this mixture aside. Now heat oil in a pan and add Mustard seeds. When they splatter add cumin seeds and cook for while. Now add red chili onions and green chili saute them under medium flame till onion turn transperant. Then add garlic cloves by crushing them along with turmeric and mix well. Saute till raw flavor of garlic goes away. Now add Buttermilk mixture and mix well. Boil this mixture under medium flame for 10min. Check for taste, add salt if you require. Garnish with cilantro. Enjoy with plain rice/bagara/biryani. Hope you like my recipe.

Comments

  1. Very tasty and innovative looking rasam. Wonderfully prepared dear.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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