Pepper water (Rasam in local parlance) invariably forms part of the afternoon meal in Anglo-Indian Homes. It’s usually had with plain white rice and accompanied by either a meat, poultry, or a seafood dish that is generally a dry fry.
Pepper water should always be of a watery consistency. Since it is a good digestive as well, some people like to drink a cup of pepper water after a meal.
Here is a simple step by step process for preparing tasty Anglo-Indian Pepper Water.