Rasam is a spicy soup cooked with tamarind juice, pepper, tomato, cumin, and other spices in south India. For increased nutrients, vegetables and steaming lentils are added. It's served with rice or as a drink after a meal. The antioxidant content of rasam's components, particularly tamarind, is high. Essential vitamins including thiamin, folic acid, vitamin A, vitamin C, niacin, and riboflavin are abundant in rasam. Some of these vitamins also function as antioxidants, which help the body stay healthy. Rasam can be given to babies as their first solid food because it is both easy to digest and appetising. For a baby who has recently been weaned off of his or her mother's milk, semi-solid food is the ideal option. This Rasam recipe by @kids.food.ideas Is just an ideal drink for your kids to enjoy with a tangy flavour.
How To Make
- In a cooker add tomatoes, tamarind and 1/4 cup water.
- Take one whistle on high. Then turn off the heat.
- Once the pressure settles, open the lid and remove tomato skin.
- In another pan add oil.
- Add mustard seeds, garlic, asafetida and curry leaves. Let it splutter.
- Add salt and boiled tomato tamarind.
- Add 3 Cups water and let it boil for 5 minutes.
- Add pepper and jeera powder. Cook for another 1 minute then turn off the heat.
- Serve hot.