Rasam is unique to south Indian cuisine. But, according to food connoisseur's, there is a distinct difference in flavour when it is prepared in eiyachombu (pronounced ee-ya-chom-bu), a traditional utensil made of tin. “When cooked in the vessel, the rasam acquires a unique smell and flavour,”Nothing Comes Close to the Taste of Rasam Prepared with "Eeya Chombu". There is some misunderstanding with the name "Eeyam" with regards to this vessel. Eeyam means lead, but there is no lead involved in the making of this vessel.The vessels which are called Eeyam are actually "Velleeyam" which is an alloy of Tin and Aluminum .Cooking in velleeyam has numerous health benefits & the taste of rasam cooked in "eiyachombu"
Available volumes (approx): 500 ml , 750ml , 1 litre, 1.5 litre and 2 litre
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