Monday, March 21, 2011

Garlic Cabbage Rasam

I love variety rasams even everyday with or without any side dish..I never stopped trying many different variations and we loved this garlic cabbage rasam which i prepared two days back for our lunch..For my surprise this rasam tastes truly fabulous when served simply served with lemon pickles and papads..I prepared this rasam using cooked moongdal and usual rasam powder along with sauteed cabbage and garlic..Do try friends, u will definitely love this combination in rasam..I usually add lemon juice instead of tamarind in rasam incase if u dont have lemon juice,no problem u can definitely add tamarind juice in ur rasam..Sending to Only Original Recipes guest hosted by Nivi,event by Pari.

Garlic & Cabbage Rasam

1/2cup Cooked moongdal
1/4cup Cabbage (chopped)
4nos Garlic cloves (crushed)
1no Tomato(crushed)
1tsp Rasam powder
1/2tsp Lemon juice
Few curry leaves
1tsp Mustard seeds+urad dal
2nos Dry red chillies
1/4tsp Asafoetida powder
1tbsp Coriander leaves(chopped)
Oil
Salt

Take the cooked moongdal,crushed tomato,rasam powder in a bowl,add enough water and keep aside...Now heat enough oil in a pan,fry the mustard seeds, urad dal,curryleaves,dry red chillies, asafoetida powder..Add immediately the crushed garlic,fry until they turns brown,add now the chopped cabbage,salt,cook everything for few minutes until the cabbage turns soft..Now add the already prepared dal-tomato mixture to the cooking cabbages (add salt if needed) and once it starts boiling put off the stove, add the chopped coriander leaves,lemon juice and serve hot..

53 comments:

  1. A rasam with cabbage is really different and this looks delicious too...

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  2. வித்தியசமான ரசம்...கண்டிப்பாக செய்து பார்க்கிறேன்...

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  3. What a good way to cook cabbage!
    ciao
    A.

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  4. Simply delicious curry, definitely healthy ...

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  5. Love this cabbage dish! Sounds really delicious!

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  6. very different type rasam sound good in taste

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  7. Unique and different rasam..looks yummy

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  8. Rasam with cabbage, thats something. Simply delicious..

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  9. very different kind of rasam -very creative dear - I am sure Rasam tasted fab!

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  10. Good way to cook cabbage !! Rasam looks so yummy and delicious !!

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  11. Sounds to be a different combo for rasam. Looks good YUM!

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  12. My mouth is watering..it's so tempting
    Sanyukta
    http://creativesanyukta.blogspot.com/

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  13. cabbage rasam is totally new and innovative...should give it a try!
    Smitha
    Smitha's Spicy Flavors

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  14. Thats really a nice way to use cabbage..great and unique recipe...rasam looks inviting!

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  15. Never made rasam with cabbage; you are so innovative and tireless!:-)

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  16. These look absolutely delicious.

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  17. Pretty much like soup, we have it like a starter :)

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  18. Hi priya,
    I had a query regd brown rice. Can i use small grain brown rice for daily routine as steamed rice?
    How much time it will take to cook? is it necessary to soak earlier? how much water needed for cooking?u can reply me to harch86@gmail.com
    Thank you
    ARC

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  19. Very unique and different rasam. Delicious.

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  20. Cabbage and garlic in rasam sounds really nice priya!

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  21. Wow!!! rassam with moong daal,this is perfect as I always have trouble with arhar/toor daal.This sounds like the right way to enjoy rassam for some one like me:)Also the sauted cabbage & garlic is such an excellent idea,fabulous recipe!!!

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  22. I love cabbage, made in any recipe, and yours is so different, unique, that I would love to try it!

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  23. Delicious rasam with cabbage..Great idea!

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  24. Romba innovative rasam Priya, Bookmarked it..Going to try tomorrow, will post and let u knw the result

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  25. Excellent way to prepare rasam with cabbage. Looks yummy.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  26. I never heard of this rasam before..thanks for another great recipe Priya :)


    US Masala

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  27. Simple and nice recipe.. thanks for the innovative recipe :)

    Indian Cuisine

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  28. I can see lots of interesting ingredients in this dish. Some are very new to me.

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  29. From the time I saw your post in my phone I wanted to read in detail but at night the net connection in phone really sucks ....this is such a gud recipe Priya ...sure going to try..

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  30. Rasam and cabbage that is a very interesting recipe

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  31. never heard of cabbage rasam. looks very inviting.

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  32. I love cabbage, got to give rasam a try one of this days. This is good eaten with deep fried salty dried green chilies.

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  33. Very nice and different rasam recipe.

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  34. Sounds a very different and interesting combination.

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  35. I love Rasam a lot. I just don't know how to make them and recently i took a recipe from a friend and have to try that soon.
    www.sunshineandsmile.com

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  36. cabbage in rasam.. interesting.. wud love to try it out...

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  38. This seems to be your version of rasam. This is interesting.

    I once heard Amma saying, Women can prepare anything from nothing :)

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  39. Yummy pics.Never heard of this.Wish to try it.

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  40. Different type of rasam...looks yummy!!

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  41. I love rasams! bookmarking the recipe

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  42. Love the idea of rasam from cabbage...Looks mouthwatering!!
    Prathima rao
    Prats Corner

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  43. /very different & unique recipe priya :)

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  44. Mmmmmmmmm very unique with cabbage..lov love it a lot.

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