Rasam | South Indian Meal Side - My Guest Post for Nupur's UK Rasoi


The virtual world has blessed me with tons of lovely people in my life. People who care, share and love just like family. Of course we get to know each other through our blog, but we do get to exchange loads of conversations online and sometimes over calls too and then there are some we get the blessing of meeting. If you are a frequent visitor to my blog you would have known about the Bloggers Buzz Event that I had attended a while ago. It was an informal gathering of food bloggers, friends and people who love food. I had the chance to meet this lovely fair lady Nupur - UK Rasoi who was one of the co-organizers of the event. Ok now to the facts :P she is one charming person with a lovely smile and whom I really envy for her tall slender figure. Her warm smile, great personality and fun company will sure make anyone fall in love with Nupur. 

Its really something to cook, and something to click what you cook. As food bloggers we all have a challenge to bring every reader enough spices in words, presentation in pictures and of course tastiness in recipes. Nupur does do all of it like a charm. I love all her simple and clear food photography, and yes  I also make it a point to read all her write ups, she has a lovely art of writing that makes you imagine or picture what she says. I think she gets it all from the books she reads ! :-) Am I right Nupur?. Of coarse I am a food lover, being someone who loves meat I do drool over some great vegetarian recipes like the one's from Nupur's blog - Flaky Lacha Paratha, Beetroot Tawa Pulao, Rasamalai, Aate ka Halwa and Kashmiri Egg curry.


Nearly a month back Nupur asked me to do a guest post and I instantly agreed. As I was thinking of what to cook for her I came up with a list of recipes and her pick was this humble Rasam which is a staple recipe in South India. Mind you this is one recipe which needs proper attention and also the right spices to get the perfect taste. Thanks Nupur for this lovely opportunity to cook for you and your readers. I had pure fun doing this post for you.
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24 comments:

  1. Aww... Thanks for the kind words Priya... I wish you stayed in the UK for longer..

    Amazing pictures you have clicked Priya, my husband is going gaga over this recipe now. I will have to try it for him :P

    Thanks again sweety for the wonderful addition to my collection..

    Love
    Nupur

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  2. Lovely rasam and wonderful clicks, hopping over to Nupur's for the guest post.
    Very beautiful bucket of rasam...

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  3. Wow what a tempting rasam. N as always killer clicks.

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  4. A ahh count me in...am soo sooo,jealous of this slender tall beauty for her cool smiles and super sleeky figure;) great to see you both collaborated:)


    Love this simple rasam dee.....believe me u have amazing writing skills as Nupur do:) like u both pretty gals

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  5. rasam looks amazing with your wonderful props and presentation

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  6. looks really delicious... yumm...

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  7. Wonderful guest post priya...pic looks amazing and lovely background...

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  8. looks so tempting , i had once before... and kinda like it too

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  9. Loved the traditional cooking wares, muram, only one word for this rasam..Slurp...Loved ur presentation ..

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  10. wow Doll.. its very superb rasam...

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  11. I love Rasam, This looks extremely good - The masala dabba is so cute!
    Shema | LifeScoops

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  12. Nice and delicious rasam.. Love the clicks da..

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  13. Lovely clicks Priya..

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  14. Just read ur post on Nupur's blog...very nice write up dear! Rasam looks wonderful, pics are awesome with nice dark BG :)

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  15. Rasam is one of family favourite, beautiful guest post sis.. Stunning clicks..

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  16. Lovely lovely post akka nd nice write up too.. Glad to know more about Nupur :) And what wonderful clicks just loved them all :)

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  17. Its raining here... And I am drooling at ur pics.. a perfect comfort drink / soup for a rainy day :) :)

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  18. Thanks the recipe would be a alternative from the routine variety rice we have.

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  19. yummy rasam, Priya..jus tposted my comment on Nupur's place.

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  20. yummy traditional recipe and looks sooo good dear..

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Priya Ranjit

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