Katachi Aamati ( Chaana Daal Rasam) For Arusuvai

For Arusuvai Friendship Chain Manasi send me two homemade powders. One is curry powder which is for 'Chavli Curry' from Nupur's : One Hot Stove blog and second is Masale Bhat powder which is for 'Masala Bhat' from Ashwini's: Food For Thought blog. Thanks Manasi for sending me these lovely powders. For this recipe I am using Curry Powder. Hope you all will love this recipe. I will post next recipe later.


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Ingredients:
Kat (Chaana Daal Stock): 2 Cups
Cooked Chaana Daal: 1/4 Cup
Curry Leaves: 1 Spring
Sliced Onion: ½ Cup
Dry Shredded Coconut: 1 tbsp
Ginger – Garlic Paste: 1 tsp
Sesame Seeds: 1 tsp
Cumin Seeds: 1 tsp
Pinch of Hing (Asafoetida)
Kandyacha (Onion) Masala: 2 tsp
Curry Masala: 2 tbsp
Finely Chopped Coriander
Tamarind Pulp: 2 tsp
Sugar or Jaggery: 1 tsp (Optional)
Salt to Taste

Procedure:
1. Blend cooked chaana dal & water. Make a fine paste.
2. Dry roast sesame seeds, coconut and onion individually. Let it cool. Then make a paste of onion, coconut and ginger garlic paste.
3. Heat oil in a sauce pan. Add cumin seeds. When they stop sputtering add curry leaves and hing. Then add onion paste. Cook this paste till it leaves some oil. It will take 3-4 minutes. Then add both masalas. Fry for 2-3 minutes.
4. Then add chaana daal stock & chaana daal paste. If you don’t have chaana daal paste, don’t worry take some extra cooked chaana daal. Add extra water, salt, tamarind pulp & sugar. Boil it for 4-5 minutes.
5. Garnish with finely chopped coriander. Serve this hot aamati with Puran Poli or Hot Rice or you can drink it like Rasam.

7 comments:

A Cook @ Heart said...

Oooh! innovative!!!! Looks wonderful! That spice powder is somethig !!
Thanx for playing along!!! waiting for the next installment!

Cham said...

Channa dhal rasam never made it, got 2 try for a change... Great use of arusuvai ingredient

Dhivya said...

wow!looks so yummm!nice way u've used the ingredient

Jayashree said...

Nice recipe...haven't used anything other than tuar dal in rasam so far....this sounds good.

Divya Vikram said...

Looks spicy and delicious

Vanamala said...

Ho !! sounds good...

Trupti said...

Hey Manasi,
Thanks. Next installment will be in couple of weeks.

Hi Cham,
Thanks.
we usually make when we make Puran Poli. It's very delicious. You should try this.

Thanks Dhivya.

Hi Jayashree,
yes this is very delicious rasam, you should try this just for a change.

Hi Divya,
yes I made this rasam very spicy but you can adjust taste as per your requirement

Thanks vanamala