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South Indian Delight SAMBAR! Ambika Sambar Masala!
Aug 18, 2023
Meals, Dosa, Idli, Vada, Uttapam… In recent years, the recognition of South Indian cuisine has increased in Japan.
South Indian dish, Sambar goes well with any dishes listed above!
The great combination of the Sourness of Tamaind and the Taste of beans & vegetables! In South India, Sambar is eaten everyday like miso soup.
The new appearance Ambika Sambar Masala!
Please try the recipe and enjoy the taste of authentic South Indian dish♪
Sambar recipe using Ambika Sambar Masala
• Vegetable - Take any 2-3 vegetables as per your choice (qty.1 cup each)
* Drumstick- 3-4inch cut, Brinjal, Pumpkin, Okra, and Carrot (1inch cut)
• Onion – 1 medium size (Finely chopped)
• Tomato – 1 medium size (Finely chopped)
• Curry leaves – 7 to 8 leaves
• Mustard seed – ½ tsp
• Tamarind concentrate – 2tbs
• Oil – 2tbs
• Ambika Sambar Masala – 2 tbs
• Precooked Toor Dal – ½ Cup (boiled with 2 cup of water)
• Salt – As per taste
• Turmeric – ½ Tea spoon
• Jaggery - 1-2 tbs (Optional)
How to make (Preparation time: 45 mins)
• In Pre heated vessel add 2 tbs Oil. Add ½ tsp of Mustard seed and allow it to crackle.
• Add curry leaves and saute well.
• Add the diced Onion and Tomatoes and saute for 2-3 Mins.
• Add the vegetables and saute it for another 1 min.
• Add pinch of turmeric and 1/4 tsp salt to taste, now cover the vessel with lid and allow the vegetables to cook for 5 mins on low flame.
• Once vegetables soften, add precooked Toor Dal, 2 tbs Ambika sambhar masala, salt as per taste & mix well.
• Add 2tbs tamarind concentrate and mix well.
• Add 1-2 tbs Ambika Jaggery powder as per taste (this step is optional)
• Adjust the consistency by adding water and allow to boil for another 2 mins.
Your sambhar is ready!!! You can garnish it with finely chopped coriander leaves.
Sambar goes well with rice, flours and beans!
Compatibility with coconut chutney is outstanding! ! !
Please try the recipe and let the dining table blow the Southern Indian wind!