Herbal Rasam Recipe | Herbal Soup for kids | Mooligai Rasam recipe with step by step pictures and instructions. Herbal rasam is soothing and healthy rasam with the goodness of different herbs like ajwain, betal leaves and tulsi. Rasam is integral part of South Indian cooking and we almost make it in alternative days.
Betal leaves improves digestion, reduces respiratory issues and has antiseptic and antifungal properties. Ajwain leaves helps to improve immunity, reduce gas, constipation and rich in fibre. Tulsi is natural immunity booster and relieves cold and cough.
Usually when kids have cold or cough I will make Kashayam from these herbs but kids refuse to drink them. So started making rasam and they really enjoy it with hot rice. It is very good for winter season and soothing for sore throat, cold or cough. You can enjoy this as soup. This can be given for babies above 10 months.
Its my contribution to bi monthly event in Healthy Wealthy Cuisines facebook group where group of bloggers will be posting on particular theme. Current theme is #WinterWarmersAtHW suggested by Swaty who blogs at foodtrials25. Check out healthy Lemon Coriander Amla Soup, Vegetarian Nacho Soup and many interesting recipes from her blog. Check out other winter warmers recipes shared by my friends.
Beetroot Carrot Soup by Sasmita
Tomato Shorba by Jayshree
Mushroom Coriander Soup by Preethi
Creamy Mushroom and sweet corn soup by Swaty
Vegetable Manchow Soup by Poonam
Carrot and Apple Soup by Vanitha
Do try and let me know your feedback. You can also try the below recipes
How to make Herbal Rasam with step by step pictures
Take betal leaves, ajwain leaves, tulsi, curry leaves and coriander leaves in mixer.
Grind to coarse paste and add chopped tomatoes, cumin and pepper.
Grind to fine paste
Transfer the grounded mixture to kadai along with water and allow it to boil.
Add salt, turmeric powder and hing to it.
Allow it to boil nicely for 4-5 minutes.
Crush the garlic in mortar and pestle.
Heat ghee and temper with ingredients given under to temper.
Add crushed garlic to it.
Add this to boiling mixture and mix.
Switch off the flame and garnish with coriander leaves.
Healthy herbal rasam is ready. Enjoy it as soup or with hot rice.
If you have tried this recipe and liked it, please do leave your valuable comment and share picture of recipe with hashtag #namscorner in instagram or mail me @email@example.com. You can follow me on Facebook, Instagram,Twitter, Pinterest or subscribe to get regular updates on your mail box.