You can make this gluten-free ladoo, a round ball of melt in the mouth magic called Besan Laddu or plain Besan Unde. Simple pantry ingredients make this sweet a divine offering to the Gods! Served in a traditional meal as a sweet or as a dessert, a delicacy made with Bengal Gram flour you cannot stop eating just one!
Chaaru is a lentil-based sweet, sour and spicy soup.
Saaru is part of a Festive Meal that you can sip bowl or you can enjoy it with rice. I asked my friends for their Rasam recipes and I put together #11 Best Rasam Recipes as a collection!
With the festive season fast approaching I am dusting my cookbooks. All these years I have taken the easy way out and ordered my Festive food! This year I plan to do something different. Anyway, I started thinking about Dussehra and Diwali. In my place festivals means no-onions, no garlic and Rasam, Saaru as the Dal, curry!
Well, have you seen our festive meals? They all tempt you to try and all of them and you end up overeating!
So a rasam helps the food to settle down! The feeling I want to roll off and sleep till the rock in my stomach is digested is something that eases off! Also, I suspect since it starts getting colder and you sip rasam the soothing feel is something that you appreciate. If you feel there are some other reasons let me know.
So is there anything better than a shout to your friends, most of my blogger friends have amazing Rasam recipes! So get you pots and pans out as I am going to whet your appetites with 11 Best Rasam Recipes, a collection!
#1. One of the first amazingly different recipes I saw want to try is from Preethi’s Blog. Now, who will not want to try this delicious recipe?
#2. Swathi whos has this amazing Tomato and Beetroot Rasam for me using beets in a rasam is a new idea. This is one way to get Apeksha and Akanksha eat Beets!
#3. One of my favourite saaru is Udipi Saaru and Aruna has made a great Rasam. This is the one Saaru that I have not made in ages.
#4. Arachuvitta Rasam| Rasam With Freshly Ground Spices is the way Priya Iyer describes her rasam. Let me call it Pure temptation to overeat! Here is the ink tell me what you think about it.
#5. Another saaru I love is the Mysore Rasam Poonam has made it so beautifully. This is one onion and garlic free recipe that I can use for a festival cooking.
#6. Sasmita has me drooling over her Lemon Pepper Rasam. Now, this is one intrigue that I want you to solve yourself. I rather not tell you the suspense. How do you make a rasam that is No Lentil, No Rasam Powder, No Tamarind? Check it out!
#7. Priya VJ has a delicious Kalyan Rasam. Now, Kalyan Rasam is delicious! I have made it 3 times now. Each time before I can click it is over. Every time I am told make again.
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#8. Have you tried a keto coconut rasam? Yes, I checked again I am correct. Take a look and see these amazing pictures and recipe of Keto Coconut Rasam from Mayuri’s Jikoni.
#9. Kalyai of Sizzling Tastebuds has a delicious Carrot and Moongdal Rasam that can be made Gluten-free and Vegan.
How about trying out 2 of my favourites from my blog?
#10. My first favourite is Satisfying Pineapple Rasam. Something I need to make yet again.
#11. My evergreen recipe of a Saaru, Everyday Rasam something we never get bored of.