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    Hi
    There are many variaties in this.

    I am giving you three of them
    (1) With just the Pepper
    (2) With garlic and pepper
    (3) With garlic, tomatoes, lemon juice and pepper


    (1)

    Ingredients
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    Black Pepper Corns - 2 Tea sp
    Cummin Seeds - 2 Tea sp
    Lentils - 1 Table sp
    Red Chillies - 2 Nos
    Asafoetida - a pinch
    Tamarind - size of lemon
    Mustard Seed - 1/2 Tea sp
    Curry Leaves - a few
    Oil - 1 Table sp

    (1) Toast the pepper, lentil, chillies, together in a pan till they become brown.
    (2) Add cumin seeds and grind them together to a powder.
    (3) In a separate bowl, mix the tamarind paste (if not paste remove the pieces of taminind after 15 minutes in the water) in 4 cups of warm water.
    (4) Add salt and Asafoetida, boil the water for a few minutes.
    (5) Mix in the powder from above and boil for about 5 minutes.
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    (2)

    Ingredients

    Black Pepper - 10 no
    Jeera - 1 tea sp
    Red Chillies - 3 no
    Garlic - 10 no
    Coconut Powder - 1 tea sp
    Salt - for taste
    Curry leaves - a few
    Mustard seeds - a few
    Tamarind - 1 Tea sp
    Jaggery - 1 Tea sp

    (1)Grind Black pepper, Jeera, Red chillies, Coconut, & 2-3 pieces of Garlic and make into fine paste. Fry remaining Garlic & add the Paste you prepared
    (2)Add Tamarind, Jaggery & Water to the fried Masala
    (3)Boil the content for about 15 min
    (4)Finally garnish with coriander leaves.

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    (3)
    Ingredients:
    Tomato - 2
    Coriander seeds - 1/4 tsp
    Pepper and jeera - 1/4 tsp
    Garlic - 2 no
    Salt - to taste
    Rasam powder - 3 tsp
    coriander leaves - a few
    Lemon juice - 2 tsp (for taste)

    (1)Add 2 cups of water in a paatheeram, and add the tomatoes
    and crush them well
    (2)grind coriander seeds ,pepper , jeera together and add them.
    (3)Let the rasam boil for about 6 minutes in low medium
    heat. Then finally add the coriander leaves
    (4)Heat some oil in a seperate pan and add some
    mustard seeds, with curry leaves ,urud dal , chana dal
    and asafoetida fry them till the dals turn golden brown
    to finally add to the rasam.

    Hope u enjoy..

    Shy

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    Hi shy
    First of all I would like to thank u for posting different varieties of pepper rasam.

    In the no.1 pepper rasam u have asked to add chillies……what I’m wondering is basically it is a pepper rasam .We get enough hot and spice from the main ingredient pepper itself and is it necessary to add chillies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sivam
    Hi shy
    First of all I would like to thank u for posting different varieties of pepper rasam.

    In the no.1 pepper rasam u have asked to add chillies……what I’m wondering is basically it is a pepper rasam .We get enough hot and spice from the main ingredient pepper itself and is it necessary to add chillies.
    Ovanulaiyum ovoru taste irrukum nu nenaikiren.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sivam
    Hi shy
    First of all I would like to thank u for posting different varieties of pepper rasam.

    In the no.1 pepper rasam u have asked to add chillies……what I’m wondering is basically it is a pepper rasam .We get enough hot and spice from the main ingredient pepper itself and is it necessary to add chillies.
    Don t worry it ll not be that spicy as u think. Just 2 chillies thaane adhunaala kavalai thevai illai,moreover taste will be good.

    "Experience is a hard teacher because she gives the test first, the lesson afterwards."

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    podukira yella recipes-lum kaaram konjam thookalagave irrukku... yenna vishayamo... mm...

    add spice to your taste... trial and error on spice part will help you modify the taste to your normal level of handling such stuff...

    compromisingly,

    Vasan
    Short Measures
    It is a wretched taste to be gratified with mediocrity when the excellent lies before us - Isaac Disraeli

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    Just pepper matum eruntha, taste romba thukala erunkum, athai subside panurathuku thaan chillies...so that u wont get that pepper taste alone, which wont be good..

    shy

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    Hi shy

    Last week I have prepared pepper rasam adding 1 spoon pepper and that tastes little bitter.If we add more pepper do we get any bitter taste?

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    Eppadi sonna, how can i help u.. eppadi pannuneenga solunga?

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    Hi shy

    http://www.indiatastes.com/categories/195.shtml

    I prepared rasam with the help of the above site recipe but I added more pepper than it says ‘coz I like pepper taste more but that was a great sodhappal with bitter taste.

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    Antha site'laiyae.. one spoon soli erukaanga.. neenga enna more 1 spoon use panni erukpeenga..

    If u like more pepper taste.try my first type of recipe...

    bitter taste is because alavu sariyaa erunthu erukaathu.. for the sae amount of other ingredients u would have just added more pepper...increase propotionatly...

    Usually when u sothapify like this, just add a pinch of sugar... it will subsdie ur fault.. if u added more salt or masala powder etc...

    Hope it helps.. try mine and let me know

    shy

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    Today I tried u'r pepper rasam. What I did was, I combined no 1 and 2 recipes together and did not add coconut. The rasam turned out simply great.

    Tnx shy for these wonderful recipes.

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    enna shy.....good one....will try today...nambi try pannalama... :D :D

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    great teena

    appu nambi try panalaam

    Shy
    I Geetham

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    நன்றி


    i will try it

    nice one

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