Friday, November 4, 2011

Lemon Green Moongdal Rasam

I simply prepared this comforting rasam with over cooked whole green moongdal which i was supposed to prepare as sundal for our evening snacks,instead of making curries i turned them as this super flavourful rasam as i love variety rasams even everyday..I mashed them and used for making rasam with lemon juice,this simple rasam tastes super delicious and nutritious...Serve this rasam with spicy roasted potatoes, your lunch or dinner will tastes absolutely divine..Sending to my own event CWS-Moong Beans..



1/2cup Green moongdal (cooked & mashed)
2nos Tomatoes (small & ripen)
1tsp Rasam powder
2nos Garlic (crushed)
1tsp Lemon juice
3nos Curry leaves
1/2tsp Mustard seeds+cumin seeds
1/4tsp Asafoetida powder
2nos Dry red chillies
1no Green chilly (slit opened)
Few curry leaves
2tsbp Chopped coriander leaves
Salt
Oil

Smash the tomatoes nicely, add the cooked and mashed green moongdal,crushed garlic cloves also add rasam powder, salt  and enough water...heat a tsp of oil, add the mustard seeds, cumin seeds, asafoetida powder,green chilly and red chillies, let them splutters..add the curry leaves,tomato and pureed green moongdal water immediately, let them boil..put of the stove once they starts boiling add the lemon juice and chopped coriander leaves..

Serve hot with rice!!

49 comments:

  1. I would love to hav that bowl of tangy rasam !! its raining like crazy here and nothing is more comforting than a hot bowl of rasam!! slurpp

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  2. I never had dal like this looks super super yumm.

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  3. Sorry read the lemon juice as lemongrass and hence my previous comment :( pls delete....

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  4. That bowl of rasam looks so appealing and tasty:)

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  5. Looks so good, It makes me hungry :)

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  6. Delicious rasam,looks so yummy.

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  7. rasam looks super tempting...can drink that as a soup...yum

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  8. Healthy and Yumm Green Mungbeans Rasam Dear.Impressive recipe.Luv it.

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  9. Dear Priya,
    Overcooked moong became a blessing in disguise as that rasam sounds and looks delicious.

    FOODELICIOUS

    EVENT FOR NOVEMBER & GIVEAWAY, ‘ONLY’- CURRIES

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  10. looks tempting and wanna have a bowl of rasam.

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  11. Comfort food,love spicy and tangy rasam..yum

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  12. Tempting rasam and a very healthy one..super delicious!!
    I too have a moong recipe today,same pinch!!

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  13. Yesterday for dinner I made Lemon Rasam with toor dal !! next time will try with moong dal !! Nice delicious One !!

    Ongoing Event - Festive Food

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  14. This is new to me...looks very delicious...perfect for the cold over here...

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  15. YUM YUM.Totally awesome...Thanks for the recipe dear.will try soon..

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  16. This looks delicious! I'd love a bowl right now, too bad you live an ocean away!

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  17. Love love love all the rasams you post..be it broccoli rasam or avacado rasam(f I remember well)..we are both rasa priyas illaiya akka?

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  18. Rasam looks super super yummmmm

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  19. Slurp.... super duper rasam. I always love to drink instead of having with rice.

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  20. This looks very comforting and you've created a recipe that is quite easy to follow. Very nice! I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  21. Looks so tempting and delicious. Nice dish.
    Uma@Trendy Relish

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  22. Looks very tempting. I am a great fan of rasams any rasam. Sure would have been aromatic

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  23. A lovely and hearty Rasam. With lemongrass is a good idea :)

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  24. Flavorful rasam to indulge in. Rasam with moong dal is interesting priya.

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  25. such a comfort food, i can have one bowl with hot rice..

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  26. interesting rasam preparation....

    http://www.panchamrutham.blogspot.com/

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  27. Very delicious and great click Priya. Rasam with mung dal is very innovative too.

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  28. I can even drink a glass like a soup! Looks tasty!

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  29. un plat délicieux bravo
    bonne soirée

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  30. Healthy and comforting rasam! Am also rasam lover....


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  31. Yummy and comforting rasam...

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  32. mmm... tempting and mouth watering rasam.

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  33. Priya, looks inviting and delicious. Think I can have extra rice.... hahaha Have a nice weekend.

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  34. So hearty n aromatic ~ love the shot!
    USMasala

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  35. always heart warming...just give me a cup!!

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  36. Rasam luks so yum and never tried rasam in moong dal

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  37. Its raining outside and I want to make a cup of rasam after looking at your post.

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  38. hi
    I made it just now, I did not had rasam powder so I added Ghoda masala, The taste is too good, my daughters are drinking it like a soup. :-))))

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  39. Rasam is my most favorite south-indian dish!
    Once again, could you please go through my event rules & link it up there? :D (You have to mention mine & Smita's link)
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    Kavi | Edible Entertainment
    Ongoing event: Healthy Lunch Challenge

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