For rasam powder
Dry red chillies – 5 nos
Coriander seeds – 1 tbsp
Urdu dal – 1 tbsp
Cumin seeds – 1/2 tsp
Fenugreek seeds – 1/2 tsp
Peppercorn – 1/2 tsp
Asafoetida – 1 small piece
Dry roast all the ingredients and grind them to a fine powder.
Ripe mangoes – 4 nos ( small nadan mango)
Salt as needed
Turmeric powder – 1/2 tsp
Coriander leaves, chopped – 4 tbsp
Coconut oil, Curry leaves, Mustard seeds
peel the mangoes and mash them lightly with your fingers. Cook the mangoes by adding salt and turmeric powder. When it is cooked well, add rasam powder and required amount of water and boil them. When rasam has come to a boil, add tempered mustard seeds and coriander leaves.
16 thoughts on “Mango rasam / Ripe manga rasam”
Drooling right over the flavors. Shall get mangoes for next week and dive into this rasam.
lovely and delicious mango rasam …..
Spicy and tangy sambhar……. Yummy too !
lovely blend of sweet n sour flavors..mmm yummmy!!
love this flavor combination, going to try before mango go out of season.
looks so tasty! I never thought of this .. good creative idea
need some rice to finish this yummy tangy rasam…
Aromatic and tangy rasam…yummy to go with hot rice..
Never had mango rasam. I guess the fruit is consumed as it is and not spared for a rasam.. But this looks good and it is nice to taste something that is different.
I have never had mango prepared this way…it looks so delicious and flavoursome.
Thats a nice twist to usual Rasam,will giv a try…
i could feel the aroma here…. tangy and tasty rasam…
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Looks so delicious dear, even I did this last week, yet to post it..
Looks super yummy!
Thats quite new for me.. I have never prepared Rasam at home myself, but gradually getting inspired to do the same..