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Thursday, September 3, 2015

Sambar using "Spizly" Sambar powder

Sambar is a common in South India a dish. Common vegetables used for Sambar are potato, onion, beans, carrot, brinjal, drumstick, okra,  tomato etc.


  • Cook 1/ 4 cup  toor daal along with Shallot and Green Chillies in water.
  • When the dal is cooked well, mash it.
  • Add 1 cup sambar vegetables along withTurmeric powder, salt and water and cook well.
  • Once vegtables cooked well, add 1½ tbsp “spizly" sambar powder and Tamarind syrup and allow to boil.
  • Add tomato into it.
  • Boil the Sambar for another 2 minutes and then remove from the fire.
  • Heat oil in a pan and allow mustard seeds and Red chilly to splutter.
  • Add Shallot and curry leaves into the oil and fry it.
  • Add this seasoning into sambar.


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