Ambika Sambar Masala

Sambar: The Heart of South Indian Cuisine! Try the New Ambika Sambar Masala with This Recipe!

Aug 18, 2023

Meals, dosa, idli, vada, uttapam…In recent years, awareness of South Indian cuisine has increased.

It goes well with any of the dishes listed above.Sambar, bean and vegetable soupis!
sourness of tamarindandThe flavor of beans and vegetables were combined,A dish that is eaten every day in South India like miso soup.

New Ambika Sambar Masala!
Learned from Indian staff The sourness of tamarind, the richness of toor dal, the sharpness of spices Introducing a sambal recipe that you can enjoy♪

dosa with sambar

Ambika Sambar Masalasambar recipe using
・Vegetables…2 to 3 types of vegetables of your choice (1 cup each)
Examples: drumsticks, eggplants, pumpkins, okra, carrots, radishes, etc.
・Onion…1 medium size (chopped)
・Tomato…1 medium size (chopped)
・Curry leaves…7 to 8 pieces*
・Mustard seeds…1/2 teaspoon
・tamarind paste…2 tablespoons
・Oil…2 tablespoons
Ambika Sambar Masala…2 tablespoons
・Toor dal (boiled and softened)…1/2 cup*
・Salt…as appropriate (please taste and adjust)
・Turmeric powder…1/2 teaspoon
・Jaggery...1 to 2 tablespoons (add as much as you like. You don't have to!)
・Fresh coriander…2-3 tablespoons (chopped, for garnish)
*Please prepare fresh curry leaves if possible! (The scent is ◎)
* Boil 1/2 of the toor dal in 2 cups of water for about 30 to 40 minutes until it becomes soft (you can also use the broth)

[How to make] (Cooking time: 45 minutes)
1. Heat oil in a heated pot. Add mustard seeds to it and heat until it starts to crackle.
2. Add curry leaves to it and stir fry well.
3. Add chopped onions and tomatoes and fry for 2-3 minutes.
4. Add vegetables and fry for another 1-2 minutes.
5. Add turmeric powder and 1/4 teaspoon salt, cover the pot and cook on low heat for about 5 minutes until the vegetables are cooked through.
6. Once the vegetables are soft, add the prepared toor dal (along with the broth),sambar masalaTaste, add an appropriate amount of salt if necessary, and mix well.
7. Add tamarind paste and mix well.
8. Add 1-2 tablespoons of jaggery to taste (this step is optional)
9. Add water to adjust the consistency and simmer for another 2-3 minutes.
10. Sambar is completed! Sprinkle with chopped fresh coriander if you like and enjoy!

Sambar goes well with rice and Dosa!
It also goes great with coconut chutney! ! !
Bring a touch of South India to your dining table with Ambika Samabar Masala!

idli with sambar

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