Rasam Powder is a spice mix used in the South Indian home everyday as rasam is made almost
everyday. This spice mix is also referred to as Rasam masala / rasam pudi /rasam podi / Mensina Pudi or sarina
You can buy the ready powder but then you are missing the fun and the lovely aroma of the freshly made rasam pudi.
The powder can be prepared and stored for 6 to 12 months or even longer. So it is worth taking the trouble.
Another advantage of making it at home is you can vary the amount of spices according to your own preferences.
You can also control the hot spices according to your family's taste.
If you like less hotness, reduce the red chilies and the black pepper quantities. I love cumin seeds and like to add them a bit more.
If you are living in India, You can also get it ground to fine powder in a flour mill. Generally they have a separate mill for grinding the spices.
If you are making this in large quantity, it is better and easier to get the rasam masala spices ground at the mill than grinding at home in a mixer.
Rasam is generally made using pigeon pea, called toor dal or tuvar dal or arhar dal in Indian language.
It is a side dish served as a soup or with plain rice. Making this rasam powder in advance will help you in getting your rasam done fast.
There are many varieties of rasam, such as plain rasam, Mysore rasam, tomato rasam, lime rasam, pineapple rasam, pepper rasam etc. and you can use the powder below to make all those varieties of rasam.
Ingredients for Rasam Masala Powder:
Making Rasam Powder:
You can use this rasam powder as and when you want for up to one year.
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