Traditional Sambar

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Sambar! The iconic recipe and essentially the favorite item of South India. It is traditionally made with fresh roasted spices without using Sambar Powder. Even now on special occasions and for guests we prefer making this traditional version of sambar which has the unbeatable taste. Having hot steaming rice pouring sambar on it with a dash of ghee and relishing it with any vegetable fry as side dish gives marvellous taste.

Tamarind a small lemon size
Shallots peeled (Baby onions) 12 to 15 (or) Drumstick pieces of 3\" size 8
Slitted green chillies 1
Pressure cooked and well boiled Thur dal from 2 tb spoons of thur dal 1 cup
Salt to taste
Turmeric powder 1/4 tea spoon
Oil 2 tea spoons, mustard seeds 1/4 tea spoon, a red chilli and curry leaves for seasoning (Preferably Gingelly oil)
Coriander leaves for garnishing


For Sambar Paste:

Coriander seeds 1 tb spoon
Urad dal 1 tea spoon
Chana dal 2 tea spoons
Fenugrrek seeds 1/4 tea spoon
Red chillies 5
Hing powder 1/4 tea spoon
Grated coconut 1/2 tb spoon
Heat a pan with 2 tea spoons of oil and except coconut and hing powder add the rest of above said items and fry in medium flame till they become golden brown. Switch off the stove and add the coconut and...
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Nutritions

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