Goddu saaru | Goddu Rasam


Posted on April 14th, 2009

It has been raining for the past few days. Officially spring is here but still no signs of improvement in the weather. Thankfully there has been no snow fall. This yucky gloomy weather makes me sick. I have been taking soups these days to fight cold and cough. Amma used to prepare goddu saaru (rasam). With hot pepper and garlic, aroma of goddu saaru would make us feel cozy and comfortable. This recipe is good for indigestion too.

Goddu Saaru | Goddu Rasam

Goddu Saaru | Goddu Rasam

Ingredients:

Tamarind : Lemon size
Pepper: 2 tsps
Cumin seeds: 2 tsps
Garlic pods: few
Curry leaves: few
Salt: to taste
Mustard seeds: for seasoning

Preparation Method:

  • Soak the tamarind pulp in water and extract the juice.
  • Add about 1.5 glass of water with the tamarind extract and heat it.
  • Grind the pepper, cumin seeds, curry leaves and garlic.
  • Add this mixture and salt to the tamarind water.
  • Allow it boil till we smell the aroma of the ingredients.
  • Remove from stove.
  • Do seasoning with mustard seeds and add it to the rasam.
  • Serve it hot.

Goddu saaru (rasam) can be had with hot rice or just as a soup :)

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15 Responses to “Goddu saaru | Goddu Rasam”

  1. Priya Sriram Says:

    I’d love rasam with hot rice when the weather is gloomy… :)
    Btw, to make you jealous, here weather is awesome with pretty flowers around!! :D :D
    Nice recipe Anu! very simple one! :)

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  2. varunavi Says:

    Must have soup when having cold,my mom’s fav:)

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  3. mahimaa Says:

    nice recipe.. sounds like pepper rasam. :)

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  4. lissie Says:

    I love rasam… and here is a simple one!

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  5. pooja Says:

    My mom too makes a rasam something similar to this anu..Nice post..

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  6. vicky Xavier Says:

    Kottu saru heard of this name from my uncle. Nice rasam.

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  7. AnuSriram Says:

    Wow.. looks delicious! Easy to make recipe…. Comforting!

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  8. Anu Says:

    Thanks friends :) Feels nice to have ur encouragement in form of sweet words.

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  9. Madhu Says:

    Thanks a ton for visiting my blog and your comments! goddu saru the comfort food..looks delicious! The authentic version does not have tomatoes.. but i just wanted to add tomatoes and try it..!!

    You have nice recipes here!! love your blog! nice pics!

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  10. shyamala Says:

    I follow my mom’s recipie. i think we put a bit of thurdhat to oggarane ot thadaka. also add rasam powder instead of pepper. no garlic. we also add jaggery . and corriander leaves. wow tastes good!!! i am going to make it now.

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  11. shyamala Says:

    good site and great recipies

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  12. saravanan Says:

    I like Rasam…i want to eat now itself….

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