Sambar Recipe | How to make South indian sambar recipe for idli dosa

Learn how to make south indian sambar recipe for idli dosa. Sambar is a traditional south indian and sri lankan recipe.sambar recipe includes a lot of vegetables.for making sambar recipe we need toor dal and tamrind and many more ingredients are added  which makes it sour.making sambar recipe is very easy and can be made within 20-30 minutes.sambar is basically served with masala dosa,idli,uttapam etc.People in southern india makes sambar as a breakfast recipe.

Sambar recipe can be modified as per you like you can add the vegetables you love.the curry leaves and asafedita makes the sambar recipe more flavorful.it goes more well if you had sambar powder available for making sambar recipe.

I hope you will surely love our south indian sambar recipe

Step by Step photos on how to make south indian sambar recipe

Step 1- Lets make the sambar now.heat 1 tbspn oil in a pan and add 1 tspn cumin seeds,1 tspn mustard seeds let them crackle ,now add 1/4 tspn asafedita, some curry leaves.

adding whole spices to sambar recipe

Step 2 – Add 1 garlic clove, 1 medium size finely chopped onion fry it in medium heat till the onions start changing color.

adding onions to sambar recipe

Step 3- Now add some chopped carrots, 2 chopped green beans and fry it well after that add 1 medium size chopped tomato and fry it till the tomato gets softer.

adding vegetables to sambar recipe

Step 4- Now add 1 tspn sambar powder.

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Step 5- also add 1/4 cup of water and mix it really well till the sambar powder gets cooked.

adding red chilli powder to sambar recipe

Step 6- now add 1/2 tspn red chilli powder,1 cup cooked toor dal ,salt to taste.

adding toor dal to sambar recipe

Step 7- Mix everything together really well and add 2 cups of water,let it cook.

mixing for sambar recipe

Step 8-  now add 2 tbspn soaked tamirind ( if you don’t have tamirind you can replace it with lemon juice).

tamrind for sambar recipe

Step 9- add 1/3 cup of fresh grated coconut and mix it well and cook it for 10-12 minutes.

adding grated coconut for sambar recipe

Step 10 -Our south indian sambar recipe is now ready

sambar recipe is ready

 

Summary

Sambar Recipes | How to make South indian sambar recipe

Prep time        |     Cook time    |     total time

20 minutes           20 minutes           40 minutes

Sambar recipe is from the south indian and Sri lankan Cuisine. Sambar is sour in taste and is served with almost every south indian breakfast dish. Sambar recipe is a quick and easy recipe which don’t require much time to be made. for making sambar a lot of vegetables are fried with onion and curry leaves further toor dal,tamrind and grated coconut is added. sambar powder is a important ingredient for sambar recipe.

Course – Stew or Chowder
Place of origin – South India,Sri lanka
Main ingredients – Tamarind broth, lentils, vegetables,coconut
Serve – 3
Level of cooking – Easy
Taste – Sour

Ingredients for making south indian Sambar Recipe

  • 1 tbspn oil
  • 1 tspn cumin seeds
  • 1 tspn mustard seeds
  • 1/4 tspn asafedita
  • few curry leaves
  • 1 garlic clove
  • 1 medium size chopped onions
  • 1/2 chopped carrot
  • 3 chopped green beans
  • 1 medium size chopped tomato
  • 1 tbsp sambar powder
  • 1/4 cup water
  • 1/2 tspn red chilli powder
  • 1 cup cooked toor dal
  • 2 cups of water
  • 2 tbspn soaked tamirind/ lemon juice
  • 1/3 cup grated fresh coconut

Direction on making sambar recipe-

1- heat oil and add cumin seeds,mustard seeds,asafedita, some curry leaves,garlic clove,chopped onion and fry it.

2- add some chopped carrots, green beans,chopped tomato and fry it till the tomato gets softer. Now add sambar powder and also add water and mix it really well.

3- now add red chilli powder cooked toor dal ,salt to taste.Mix everything together really well and add water.now add soaked tamirind.

4- add fresh grated coconut and mix it well and cook it for 10-12 minutes.Our south indian sambar recipe is now ready

Instructions-

1- You can add any type of vegetables as you wish too.

2- If you don’t have tamirind , you can use lemon juice in replacement of tamirind.

3- You can skip adding the coconut.

Bonus tip on South indian Sambar recipe –

Serve the sambar hot with every south indian breakfast recipe i.e masala dosa,plain dosa,idli,uttapam etc. it goes well with every south indian breakfast dish.

Nutritional fact on sambar recipe-

  1. Calories 1,232
  2. Total Fat 36 g
  3. Total Carbs 226 g
  4. Sugars 11 g
  5. Protein 62 g
  6. Cholesterol 0 mg
  7. Vitamin A 32%
  8. Calcium 20%
  9. Vitamin C 188%
  10. Iron 136%

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