• Easy to prepare
  • Homemade taste
  • No added preservatives
  • No added color

What to expect

Aromatic blend of natural Indian spices that are full of antioxidant properties that can be used in different ways. Traditionally it was used with rice and veggies on the side but also serves as an excellent soup, or drink. The powder can also be used on curries for an aromatic twist.

Cooking directions

  1. Cook 50g Toor dal with 1 tsp of turmeric separately and mash it well with 200ml/1 glass of water and keep it aside.
  2. Soak ½ lemon size tamarind in 1 ½ glass water and extract the juice.
  3. Take 1 medium sized ripe tomato and cut it into small pieces.
  4. Boil the tamarind extract with the cut tomatoes; cook it till the raw smell of tamarind goes and until tomatoes are cooked.
  5. Add 1 tsp of salt & 2 tsp of SURASRITHI RASAM POWDER.
  6. Add 1 ½ glass of water to the cooked dal and mash it well, pour the dal liquid on to the above mix and boil it till a layer of froth forms. (Do not overboil)
  7. For seasoning heat 1 tsp of ghee/oil, splutter ½ tsp of jeera, ½ tsp of mustard seeds, a pinch of hing/asafoetida and four pieces of curry leaf and pour it on the prepared rasam.
  8. Garnish with coriander leaves.
  9. Tasteful delicious SURASRITHI RASAM is ready to serve.
  10. Adjust salt, tamarind water, SURASRITHI RASAM POWDER according to your taste.


  • Chilli – Capsaicin is the main bioactive plant compound in chilli peppers, responsible for their unique, pungent taste and many of their health benefits including powerful antioxidant, vitamins, and minerals.
  • Coriander – Coriander or cilantro is a wonderful source of dietary fiber, manganese, iron and magnesium as well.
    In addition, coriander leaves are rich in Vitamin C, Vitamin K and protein.
  • Toor Dal – Toor dal or arhar dal is a rich source of protein, carbohydrates and fibre. This humble pulse facilitates to meet your daily demands of iron and calcium.
  • Pepper – Black pepper, also known as the king of spices that has a load of health benefits and a major benefit of consuming pepper is that it aids in weight loss. It is also said to be good for digestion and detoxifies the body.
  • Cumin Seeds – Modern studies have confirmed some of the health benefits cumin is traditionally known for, including promoting digestion and reducing food-borne infections. Research has also revealed some new benefits, such as promoting weight loss and improving blood sugar control and cholesterol.
  • Hing/Asafoetida – Asafoetida is a spice that is used for a variety of purposes such as treating stomach disorders, respiratory disorders, and is a good spice that can be taken in the cold and winter season as well. It aids in removing chest congestion and helps maintain skin texture and improves skin moisture and radiance.

Q & A

  1. Is the spice level safe for children?
    Yes children can eat this rasam made with this powder safely
  2. Can I use it to flavour other curries I make?
    It can be added to other curries or dishes to enhance its flavour
  3. Can I make other types of rasam with this powder?
    Yes this powder can be used to make any type of rasam

2 reviews for Rasam Powder

  1. Rajiv – Kerala

    Very delicious with good aroma first time commercial rasam powder with homely taste.

  2. Neeti – Ahmedabad

    Great product, Great taste

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