Rasam is served as the second course and is eaten with rice. It is normally thin and watery, made with tomatoes, tamarind, lemon juice.Vegetables like drumsticks, onion, cabbage and sometimes fruits such as pineapple are added. Rasam is light on the stomach. In some places, rasam is also served as a appetiser to be drunk before a meal.
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