pineapple rasam | pineapple rasam recipe | annachi palam rasam

pineapple rasam recipe | annachi palam rasam



Pineapple Rasam Recipe | Pineapple Dal Rasam



Pineapple rasam recipe | how to make pineapple rasam | pineapple recipe with detailed step by step photos and procedure. 

Pineapple rasam is an incredibly tasty rasam with a distinct flavor of pineapple making it so special. Pineapple is one of my favorite tropical fruit. I was introduced to this pineapple rasam is one of my cousin's wedding a few years back. That was the first time I had tried this and it was tasting so unique and different from our usual dal rasam. I loved it so much and wanted to try at home and post it in Pavi's Kitchen. 

Even though I like pineapples very much, I don't buy them often because of the time-consuming chopping process:) So I prepare this rasam whenever pre-chopped pineapples are available in the grocery store. Those who love rasam may try this pineapple rasam. I'm sure you will relish the lingering taste of this tasty pineapple rasam. I have mentioned some health benefits of pineapple and toor dal. Have a look if you are interested!



Pineapple Rasam Recipe | Pineapple Dal Rasam

Recipe - pineapple rasam | annachi palam rasam


Serves - 4
Cuisine - South Indian
Region - Tamil Nadu.
Course - Soup/Main.
Diet - Vegetarian | Vegan.
Prep time - 10 min | Cooking time - 15 mins.
Author - Pavithra.


Ingredients:

1. Rasam powder - 1 tbsp
2. Water -  as per your preference. (I used half-liter)
3. Salt - required quantity

To Grind:

1. Pineapple - 1 cup
2. Tomato - 3 roughly chopped
3. Boiled toor dal - 1/4 cup
4. Curry leaves - 10
5. Cilantro - 3 tbsp chopped
6. Turmeric - 1/2 tsp


Pineapple Rasam Recipe | Pineapple Dal Rasam


To temper:

1. Ghee - 1 Tablespoon
2. Mustard - 1 teaspoon
3. Cumin seeds - 1 teaspoon
4. Asafoetida/Hing - 2 pinches

To garnish:

1. Coriander leaves/Cilantro - 2 tbsp
2. Pineapple - 2 rings chopped

How to prepare pineapple rasam:


1. Pressure cook toor dal adding one cup of water to it. (Note: Add a pinch of turmeric powder and drop of oil to speed up the process of cooking dal). 


Pineapple Rasam Recipe | Pineapple Dal Rasam


2. Once the pressure is released. Mash the dal using the back of a la
dle. Take some mashed dal and dilute in water in a separate bowl. 


Pineapple Rasam Recipe | Pineapple Dal Rasam


3. Take a blender jar. Put 3 chopped tomatoes, mashed toor dal, pineapple, coriander leaves, curry leaves, and turmeric powder. Grind it into a smooth paste.


Pineapple Rasam Recipe | Pineapple Dal Rasam


4. Pour the toor dal water and the grounded paste in a thick-bottomed saucepan. Pour adequate water and keep it on a medium flame.


Pineapple Rasam Recipe | Pineapple Dal Rasam


5. Add one tablespoon of rasam powder. (Note: Add more rasam powder for extra spice).


Pineapple Rasam Recipe | Pineapple Dal Rasam


6. Add the required amount of salt.


Pineapple Rasam Recipe | Pineapple Dal Rasam


7. Let the rasam be on a medium flame.


Pineapple Rasam Recipe | Pineapple Dal Rasam


8. Take a small pan for seasoning. Pour ghee, once it is hot, add mustard seeds and let it crackle. Then add cumin seeds, curry leaves, and asafoetida. Turn off the flame. Now add pineapple chunks, cilantro and give it a mix.


Pineapple Rasam Recipe | Pineapple Dal Rasam


9. Pour the seasoning over the rasam. Mix it well.


Pineapple Rasam Recipe | Pineapple Dal Rasam


10. Turn off the flame once the froth forms on the top of the rasam. (Note: Rasam should not boil).


Pineapple Rasam Recipe | Pineapple Dal Rasam


11. Garnish with some more cilantro. (Note: Adding more cilantro enhances the flavor of rasam).


Pineapple Rasam Recipe | Pineapple Dal Rasam


This is how pineapple rasam looks after the froth settles down. (Note: The color of the pineapple rasam depends on your rasam powder and tomatoes).


Pineapple Rasam Recipe | Pineapple Dal Rasam


The flavorful Pineapple rasam is ready to be served.


Pineapple Rasam Recipe | Pineapple Dal Rasam


Here, I have attached a few recipes for you to try! Hit the below link!


Side Dish for Pineapple Rasam:






Other rasam varieties to try:


Health Benefits of Pineapple:



1. This healthy tropical fruit packed with nutrients, antioxidants, and other helpful compounds such as enzymes that can fight inflammation and disease.
2. It is high in Vitamin C and also has vitamins A, B6, E, and K.
3. It has calcium, folate, Iron, Potassium, Zinc, etc
4. It helps in weight reduction
5. Good for digestion
6. Healthy bones

Health Benefits of Toor Dal:


1. Rich in carbohydrates, folic acid, fiber, Iron.
2. Excellent source of protein.
3. Low glycemic index.
4. It helps with digestion.
5. Rich in micronutrients.
6. Gives a satiating feeling.


Try this pineapple rasam recipe and let me know how it turns up. Stay tuned for more rasam varieties. Thank you for visiting Pavi's Kitchen and happy cooking:)


Pineapple Rasam Recipe | Pineapple Dal Rasam




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