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Raw Rasam - Patchi Pulusu

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Raw Rasam - Patchi Pulusu Recipe, Imli Khatti , How To Make Raw Rasam - Patchi Pulusu Recipe

Patchi pulusu or raw rasam is an amazing blend of all three tastes like tanginess from the tamarind, spiciness from dry red chilies and sweetness and crispness from the raw onions. It is an uncooked rasam.

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About Recipe

Chinthapandu pulusu, Puli kulambu, ?Tentool Tetul thok

How to make Raw rasam - Patchi Pulusu

(55 ratings)
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Prep time
20 mins
Cook time
25 mins
Total time
45 mins
Raw rasam - Patchi Pulusu
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Tamarind
Servings : 4 persons
Published date : November 10, 2018


Ingredients used in Raw rasam - Patchi Pulusu
• Sugar - 1 tea spoon.
• Curry leaves - 1 springs.
• Red chilles dry - 1 number.
• Coriander leaves (chopped) - 1 bunch.
• Salt - to taste.
• Oil - as required.
• Cumin seeds - 1 tea spoon.
• Mustard seeds - 1 tea spoon.
• Sesame seed powder (optional) - 1 tea spoon.
• Green chillies - 3 number.
• Tamarind juice - 1 cup.
• Onion - 1 small.
Method:
  • Soke Tamarind in water for 20 minutes, then remove the juice in a bowl.
  • Roast green chilies on the flame till it changes its color.
  • Crush green chilies with your hand add onions and salt to it.
  • Add mashed green chills, onion, and salt mixture to tamarind juice, coriander leaves and mix it.

For tempering:

  • Take a pan add oil, dry red chilies, mustard seeds, cumin seeds, turmeric powder and switch of the flame and add curry leaves once it is done add the mixture to Tamarind juice.
  • Lastly, add sesame powder and sugar if required.





Cooking with images ?Chincha Ammbaa, Tamarind launji, Hunase Hannu Huli Huli





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Raw Rasam Pachchi Pulusu

Pachchi pulusu is a popular traditional Andhra delicacy. The word Pachchi in Telugu means raw and pulusu is a tangy soup. This dish is actually a raw rasam and does not need any cooking except for the tempering.

It has an amazing blend of all three tastes like tanginess from the tamarind, spiciness from dry red chillies and sweetness and crispness from the raw onions.It's very simple to prepare and hardly takes about 10 minutes to put it together.

There are many ways of making the pachchi pulusu or the raw rasam such as Vankaya pachchi pulusu, Pachi mamidikaya Pappu charu Raw mango rasam etc. This classic dish is made with simple ingredients like the diluted tamarind juice/ pulp, jaggery, salt to taste, chopped onions, green chillies and spices to impart an aromatic stew.

The sweetness of jaggery balances out the tangy flavor of tamarind and the spice of green chillis while the addition of curry leaves along with tempering intensifies the flavor. Biting into crunchy raw onions and savoring the sweet-tangy smoky flavor of this earthy colored pulusu with rice, is heaven on earth.

It can be had with rice or by itself as a soup or rasam. The raw rasam tastes awesome with hot rice and mudda pappu or plain cooked dal. It also goes very well with pulagam or kandi pachadi and rice. This is a recipe I love for its utter simplicity and not to mention, as it is completely addictive! Pachi pulusu is something that can be made in jiffy as it does not require any cooking process.

It is made up of diluted tamarind pulp with finely chopped onions and green chillies and adjusted the sourness of tamarind by adding equal quantity of jaggery and some salt to taste. This dish is usually prepare when you run out of time or really need some zing to your taste buds. To make the dish yummier, roasted sesame powder is added that really enhances the taste of the raw rasam.

This is a complete balanced flavorful stew which tickles your tongue with its unique taste. Try it to enjoy the flavors of it. Pachi Pulusu is a traditional Telangana recipe usually prepared often during summers to beat the heat as it was said by the Great Grandma that by having this raw rasam it cools down the body temperature and keeps you refreshing and soothing.

For preparing this simple raw rasam, soak tamarind in water for 20 mins then squeeze the juice in a bowl and keep aside. Roast green chillies on the flame till it changes it color. Crush the green chillies with your hand add chopped onions and salt to it. Add mashed green chillies, chopped onions and salt to the tamarind juice.

For tempering take a pan add oil, mustard and cumin seeds. When they crackle add whole dry red chillies, curry leaves and once it is done add the mixture to the tamarind juice. Lastly garnish with coriander leaves, sesame powder and sugar if required.

This raw rasam needs no boil or cooking and is a perfect dish during hot summer days. Do prepare this superb tangy, sweet and spicy dish do watch the making of this dish

at:https://www.vahrehvah.com/raw-rasam-patchi-pulusu-recipe



 

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Yeay, first to view and to comment. I love your videos!!!!

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yaahooindia2001 Posted on Fri Apr 17 2009

its seems that chef is on fire.... awesome job and the story as well.. good to know that u kept ur promise cheers

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where's the hd?

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bluvslou Posted on Fri Apr 17 2009

what is tamerin ?

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varunasingh Posted on Fri Apr 17 2009

Love it! "scratching here and there" :P

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van2dus Posted on Fri Apr 17 2009

vahchef,my 2 cents after watching all ur videos. Along with your culinary skills, we very much enjoy your acting and presentation skills. so, can you do some special episodes on what preparations you do before filming the video like deciding on rec

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van2dus Posted on Fri Apr 17 2009

I really enjoy the little skit you do like singing/dancing or showing funny activities like what you did in Love potion or saying POTENT /POTENT etc. do you share the food u cooked with someone else or u eat it alone?we want to see more of you. h

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Aby Mathew Posted on Fri Apr 17 2009

3:01 - 3:09 :) lol!!!!

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Leigh Naz Posted on Sat Apr 18 2009

i like the huge...fork in the background

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Christie N Posted on Sat Apr 18 2009

I went to an indian buffet and they still had lunch/breakfast out. What's that potato spread stuff called? it's yellow and I put it on a flat bread. YUMMY STUFF!

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princekrish Posted on Sat Apr 18 2009

Very nice ... thanks for this dish, Chef. Especially my granma prepares this for Upavasam days. Roasting chillies is new to me

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purespirit9 Posted on Sat Apr 18 2009

Very good!

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