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Please tell me how the "Sambar" is made in a detail

Asked by haneef, 03 Nov '08 03:21 pm
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Ingredients Tur dal - 100gms Sambar Masala - 3 tablespoons Drumstick - 2 (medium sized) Lady's finger - 3 (cut into small pieces) Brinjal - 1 Medium Onion - 1 (Cut into 6 pieces) Medium sized potato - 1 (peeled and cut into very small pieces) Curry leaves - 10 Coriander leaves - 1 table spoon (chopped) Garlic - 1 teaspoon (chopped) Dried red chilli - 2 Cut into pieces Salt - 1/2 tablespoon Tomatoes - 2 (medium sized cut into pieces) Tarmarind - size of a lime soaked in 1/2 cup water Methi Seeds - 1/4 tablespoon Vegetable oil or Ghee - 2 table spoon Asafoetidia (Optional) - 1 tablespoon Mustard Seeds - 1 teaspoon Preparation Cook Tur Dal in two cups of water, when half cooked add pieces of drumstick, potato, brinjal, lady's finger, onion, tomato pieces, and salt. Cook till dal is very soft. Dissolve sambar masala in little water and add it to the cooked vegetables. Take the pulp of the soaked Tamarind and add, blend well and cook. In another pan heat ...more
Answered by Muktha Radhakrishnan, 03 Nov '08 03:29 pm

 
  
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KERALA SAMBAR RECIPE: Kerala Sambar is different from the typical Sambar made in the other South Indian states. Kerala Sambar is made using a mixture of different vegetables whereas the other sambhar is made using a single vegetable. It is an excellent curry with RICE and with IDLI & DOSA. THE VEGETABLES MOSTLY ADDED TO SAMBAR ARE: Potato, Plantain (Vazhakka), Yam (Chena), Carrot, Drum Sticks (Muringakka), Okra / Ladys Finger (Vendakka), Beans, Sambar Cucumber (Vellarikka), Ash Gourd (Kumbalanga), vy Gourd (Kovakka), Tomato, Pumpkin (Mathanga), Brinjal (Vazhuthinanga) (You can make your Sambar with whatever vegetable you can grab from the above list). Ingredients: (1) Mixed Vegetables cut into medium sized pieces - 3-4 cups (Ive used 1 Potato, 1 Carrot, 2 Drumsticks, 1/2 Plantain, 1 Tomato, 5 Beans and a few pieces of Brinjal). (2) Sambar Parippu / Tuvara Parippu (Sambar / Toor Daal) - 1/2 cup. (3) Sliced Onion - 1 medium. (4) Green chilies slit 2. (5) Garlic Pods 4 to 5. (6) Tu ...more
Answered by Krishnakumar G. Nair, 03 Nov '08 09:45 pm

 
  
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Go to your nearest hotel, even if u make samber your cant eat it
Answered by holirang, 03 Nov '08 03:27 pm

 
  
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Pressure cook arhar (toor) daal cut onion potato, brinjal, and other vegs which u wud like to add to sambar. heat oil in a pan, add musterd seeds and whn they pop add onion and then potato. once onion and potato are cooked add all other vegs and fry untill tender add sambar masala (prefer Everest) turmeric powder and chilli powder. once boiled well for abt 5 mins add salt to taste
Answered by madhavi, 03 Nov '08 03:24 pm

 
  
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Purchase sambar masala of MDH ,the recipe is there how to make...
Answered by ANURADHA PATHAKJ, 03 Nov '08 03:22 pm

 
  
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