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I know Janmashtami is just off the corner .. and many of you might be fighting that guilt of overindulgence / suffering from indigestion/craving for some simple comfort food after all those festive treats. So today I have for you all an easy peasy flavorful ” Brahmi leaves rasam / Ondelaga Leaves Rasam ” a great dish to tickle your taste buds and light on your tummy. Fight those post-festive blues, Relish piping hot Brahmi rasam with hot rice or sip it as a soup in a glass …whichever way you opt..you’l surely enjoy this flavorful refreshing rasam.
Recently I had been to a relative’s house in native and was very excited to see nicely grown Brahmi everywhere as it was Monsoon. So when I brought these homegrown Brahmi leaves, various dishes started running in my mind to cook and share with you all lovely peoples. I have already posted Brahmi leaves table and Brahmi leaves chutney before. So this time I thought of sharing this flavorful Brahmi leaves Rasam. We all know that Brahmi is a medicinal herb that grows in the fields and is a powerhouse of nutrients.It’s known as ondelaga / thimare in Kannada and Vallarai in Tamil. It has been extensively used in Ayurveda. It is said that Brahmi leaves when consumed early morning in empty stomach boosts memory power and intelligence level. It has many other medicinal values as it helps in the growth of nerve cells, helps in the cure of epilepsy, helps in hair growth when added to hair oil, helps in decreasing dandruff, helps in curing certain skin infections, improves digestive capacity etc.
Today’s recipe Brahmi rasam is a simple nutrient-dense dish thoughtfully prepared by our clever ancestors. Here goes the recipe for one of the easiest rice accompaniment that can be prepared in a jiffy .. do try and enjoy