udupi saaru pudi | rasam powder | saarina pudi recipe

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udupi saaru pudi | rasam powder | saarina pudi recipe with detailed photo recipe. spicy and aromatic masala powder recipe for rasam which is delicacy to udupi cuisine.
rasam powder

udupi saaru pudi | rasam powder | saarina pudi recipe with step by step photo recipe. rasam is one of the recipe which is prepared in every south indian house. but i think most of them would buy rasama powder or saaru powder in a grocery store. the main reason i think is most of the people assume that preparing rasam powder or saaru powder is cumbersome process.

however, it is not. trust me. preparing rasam powder or saaru pudi is easy process. you can easily prepare this recipe with the ingredients available in our houses. nothing special artificial colour required for this. add some byadigi red chillies would do the trick. these dry red chillies would enhance this spice mix and gives a nice aroma.

saarina pudi

annually in my hometown we offer pooja to lord ganesha and in that occasion we normally have a feast to all our community members and relatives. rasam is must recipe in such feasts and ussually the preparation part is outsourced to the experienced chefs. on such occasions, rasam powder is prepared on the same occasions and served. i learnt this rasam recipe with one such chefs.

i also use rasam powder or saaru pudi in curries too. i have also shared the authentic udupi rasam recipe. also check out my bisi bele bath masal powder and udupi stle sambar powdermeanwhile check out my other recipes like tomato-onion rasamkat saaruhuruli saarusambar rice etc. also if you are a authentic curry lover then do check recipes on my blog like aloo gobi, paneer burjipalak panerstuffed brinjal, molake kaalu palyaaloo bhaji.

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udupi saaru pudi | rasam powder | saarina pudi recipe
 
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udupi saaru pudi | rasam powder | saarina pudi recipe
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Recipe type: masala
Cuisine: south india
Serves: 1 box
Ingredients
  • 1 cup coriander seeds
  • ¼ cup cumin seeds
  • 1 tbsp fenugreek seeds / menthe
  • 30 red chilli - (byadigi or kashmiri chillies)
  • ½ tbsp asafoetida / hing
  • 5-6 curry leaves
  • 3 tsp coconut oil / any oil
Instructions ( 1 cup =255 ml)
  1. in a deep frying pan add 1 -2 tsp of oil and fry coriander seeds, cumin seeds fenugreek seeds separately and keep aside. fry till they become golden brown and you start getting the aroma. do not burn it.
  2. in the same frying pan, add 1 tsp of oil and add red chillies. fry them till golden brown. keep aside once done.
  3. now to the same pan add curry leaves and fry them. do not burn them.
  4. bring all the ingredients to room temperature and add them to mixer grinder. also add hing to the same blender. grind them to a smooth powder.
  5. bring the grounded masala to room temperature.
  6. use as required to make rasam recipe.


udupi saaru pudi | rasam powder | saarina pudi step by step photo recipe:

  1. in a deep frying pan add 1 tsp of oil for each ingredients and fry coriander seeds, cumin seeds fenugreek seeds separately. keep aside. fry till they turn golden brown and you start getting the aroma. do not burn it.
    udupi saaru
  2. in the same frying pan, add 1 tsp of oil and add red chillies. fry them till golden brown. keep aside once done.
    bisi bele bath powder
  3. now to the same pan add curry leaves and fry them. do not burn them.
  4. bring all the ingredients to room temperature and add them to mixer grinder. also add hing to the same blender. grind them to a smooth powder.
    bisi bele bath powder
  5. bring the grounded masala to room temperature.
  6. use as required to make rasam recipe.
    udupi saaru pudi


notes:

  • avoid moisture while preparing the rasam powder. this would give a longer shelf life.
  • store the rasam powder in air tight container.
  • roast all the ingredients separately.
  • if you like spicy rasam, add more chillies.

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Hebbar's Kitchen is all about Indian veg recipes. This blog is managed by me Archana and my husband, Sudarshan. I try to post my recipes with simple & easily available ingredients from kitchen. These posts are usually supported by short videos and photo recipes. Learn interesting recipes and share your feedback, as your feedback means a lot to me.

31 COMMENTS

  1. Archana,
    Thanks a lot for sharing the recipe. Just a quick question.
    Above measurement says 1/2 cup oil , is it 1/2 cup or just 2 tsp. Please confirm . Thanks.

  2. Enjoy watching your recipes & tried some of them. Your recipes are so simple that “anybody can cook” thanks a lot for your efforts.

  3. Namaskaar,
    Saralavaagi, chokkadaagi, ruchikattagi aduge madodanna tilistiro nimage anant dhanyavadagalu. Naanu nimma recipes Na dodda abhimaani. Heege torista iri. Naavu hosa aduge maadi Savita irtivi. Thanks again for simple and tasty recipes. The way you show cooking in videos, very attractive. Keep going. Heart full thanks.

  4. Iam very happy to say that the recipes of your’s are fool proof & a must try by each & every one , especially the dosa recipe , it came out so well , very crispy & yummy . Thanks alot for sharing the recipes .

  5. Enjoy reading all yr recipes and have tried some of them which I should say turned out pretty good. Thank q for sharing your recipes with us.

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