BM #97 Week 4 Day 1 -

Horse Gram or Uluvalu is one of the very few legumes with medicinal properties. Rasam prepared using this Rasam powder is supposed to be helpful for people with kidney stones. 

The rasam made using this rasam powder is the first in the bookmarked recipes series this week. 

A few days ago, we had been to a friend's place for dinner where they served this Uluvala Charu. I had earlier made Uluvala Charu at home but that was a different version. We loved the rasam very much and upon getting the recipe from my friend's mom, I was planning to make this at home. But my friend's mom affectionately packed a box full of this rasam powder. Such return gifts are very precious, right?

Recipe Source Friend's mom
Ingredients -

Horse Gram / Uluvalu 1 1/2 cups
Toor Dal 1/2 cup
Moong Dal 1/2 cup
Cumin Seeds 1 cup
Pepper 1/2 cup
Coriander Seeds 3-4 Tbsp
Red Chilies 2-3
Curry Leaves handful


Method Of Preparation -


Dry roast each of the ingredients separately until they are aromatic.

Allow them to cool and grind into a fine powder adding a little salt.

Transfer into an airtight container.


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Preparation Time 15 minutes
Makes 3 cups approx

7 comments

  1. definitely harini, such gifts are precious!!! Rasam powder with horsegram is pretty new! Will definitely try when i m making my next batch of rasam powder

     
  2. rajani Says:
  3. I have packed my mother in laws rasam powder for my friends and have received podis in return too. So I know how good it feels to give and receive such homemade treats. Now that you have the recipe, you can make it anytime too

     
  4. This is a very unique podi ! Sounds great , I am sure trying new podia must be interesting as well .

     
  5. Suma Gandlur Says:
  6. Would try this sometime. BTW did you find the quantity of coriander seeds enough in this rasam powder? Just asking because we use lentils and coriander seeds in the same ratio.

     
  7. Kalyani Says:
  8. such gestures are so great , isnt it? I make a totally differnt Kollu Rasam (horesegram rasam) with no powder, but soaking and boilign the gram itself and usign the extract.. these kind of instant powders are amazing.. will give it a try to make a batch soon .

     
  9. CookWithRenu Says:
  10. Wow this looks so flavorful and aromatic. Rasam with this mix must be so so yum.

     
  11. Swati Says:
  12. Homemade spices are always the best fresh and flavourful!!

     
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