Lemon Rasam tasty recipe without Tomato

Lemon Rasam is famous Andhra style flavour. Good in taste as a soup you can eat while you are having dinner.

You no need add tomato or dal.

This Rasam contains Pepper and Garlic. So, you will not have any digestion problems.

Yummy Andhra style lemon Rasam helps improve your digestive system as per Ayurveda.

The importance of Lemon

For medicinal purpose, it is used predominantly in digestive disorders

The Importance of Pepper

It has antibacterial, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties

The Importance of Garlic

Garlic Can Combat Sickness, Including the Common Cold

Andhra style lemon rasam
Andhra style lemon Rasam method to prepare

Preparation (Method)

  1. Take water into a bowl and put on gas stove till it boils, and keep it aside.
  2. Heat oil in a Pan or Kadai
  3. Add Jeera, Mustard, Red chilli, Curry leaves and Garlic
  4. Stir well till all the above items fried.
  5. Add the Talimpu into hot water bowl, add some Salt and Turmeric powder
  6. Again boil the water for 2 minutes
  7. Keep the bowl off from gas stove and allow for 5 minutes
  8. Add Lemon juice into water (as per your taste)


  • Garnish with coriander leaves before serving
  • Serve Lemon Rasam hot


  • Water quantity 200 ml
  • Lemon medium size 1/2 piece
  • Pepper powder 1/4 spoon
  • Garlic
  • Curry leaves
  • Turmeric 1/4 spoon
  • Oil 2 spoons
  • Salt 1/2 spoon (or as per your taste)

The benefits of Jeera

Jeera according to wiki

In a 100 gram amount, cumin seeds are nutritionally rich, providing high amounts of the Daily Value for fat (especially monounsaturated fat), protein and dietary fiber (table). Values for B vitamins, vitamin E, and several dietary minerals, especially iron, are also considerable when expressed in this 100 gram amount (table).

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How to prepare Stuffed bitter gourd in 30 minutes

The bitter gourd is good for health. In Andhra Pradesh, the stuffed bitter gourd curry is most famous. Here you will learn how to prepare curry in 30 minutes.

Cook Time: 30 minutes

Servings: 04 persons

Stuffed bitter gourd curry
Stuffed bitter gourd curry


  • Boil the Bitter gourd with Water, Tamarind, Turmeric powder and salt. Allow it in cooker to get one whistle
  • After cooling the cooker, remove the Bitter gourd and squeeze to remove water from it. Keep it aside.
  • Keep powder of Fried gram, Coconut, Chilli, Onion and Salt. Use mixer to prepare this powder
  •  Stuff this powder/paste into bitter gourds
  • Put the pan with vegetable oil on the gas stove
  • Allow oil to heat
  • Add stuffed bitter gourds into pan
  • Fry bitter gourds for 5 minutes in one side
  • Then fry other side till they get into golden brown colour (Approx 5 to 10 minutes in Sim flame)


  • Remove fried Stuffed bitter gourds into a plate and serve hot


  • Bitter gourd 250 gr
  • Vegetable Oil 100 ml
  • Fried gram 100 gr
  • Dry Coconut or Wet coconut 30 gr
  • Salt (Approx)
  • Tamarind (20 gr)
  • Onion 1 medium size
  • Turmeric powder 1/4 spoon
  • Red chilli 12 pieces