Doddapathre / Mexican Mint Rasam

Mexican Mint Rasam
Yields: 2 Servings Difficulty: Easy Prep Time: 10 Mins Cook Time: 15 Mins Total Time: 25 Mins

Mexican mint rasam is very healthy and nutritious to our body. In this pandemic everyone wants health first, then everything. This is the best rasam for everything. Mexican mint leaves are called sambrani soppu in our local language. The rasam is always top priority in the lunch.


The Mexican mint leaves rasam is very easy and quickly we can prepare. When the guests arrive immediately you have served lunch you can prepare this. For this rasam does not need many ingredients. All ingredients are available in your kitchen. The Mexican mint is usually grown in the balcony in every home. Because this plant has medicinal value. In India almost everyone knows the Mexican mint leaves.

For this recipe, you need to fry the Mexican mint for a few minutes. If you do not fry the leaves it will become juicy. Cumin gives good flavour to the rasam. For spiciness of rasam, add black pepper and green chilly. The more spices of turmeric and tamarind diluted water is giving more taste to this recipe. The jaggery is added for taste not for sweetness.

Try this healthy rasam and enjoy your lunch or dinner. Or you can have this rasam like soup. I am overwhelmed by you all for watching and reading my blogs and YouTube channel. Stay connected to the next interesting recipes.

Health Benefits of Mexican Mint

  • May Relieve Respiratory Issues.
  • Can Be Used In Skin Care.
  • Might Have Potential Omega-6 Content.
  • Can Contain Vitamin C and A.
  • Might Reduce Stress and Anxiety.
  • May Enhance Diuresis.
  • Can Help Relieve from Fever.
  • Might Aid In Preventing Irritable Bowel Syndrome.

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0/10 Ingredients
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0/6 Instructions
  • Take a pan, add oil, jeera, pepper coins and leave for a minute.
  • Add mexican mint leaves and fry for 10 minutes. Allow to cool before making it to a paste.
  • Take a vessel, add water, ground paste and mix well.
  • Add turmeric powder, tamarind extract, jaggery, green chilly, salt and mix well. Allow to boil for 5 minutes.
  • Take a small tadka pan, add oil, red chilly, mustard, and curry leaves to prepare a tempering.
  • Serve with hot rice or drink as it is.

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