Make Sambar at Home: People will not get tired of praising sambhar made like this
- Sambhar is the lifeblood of South Indian food.
- You can also make a hotel-like sambhar at home.
- Follow these steps.
Sambar at Home Recipe: Sambar eaten with idli and dosa is the lifeblood of South Indian food. Its test and its fame is so high that people in every corner of the country like to eat sambhar. In North India, people also make it at their homes. It is a basic concept to make sambhar by adding all kinds of vegetables, lentils and sambhar masala present in the house. But if you make sambhar by following these easy steps, then you will get a taste of the traditional Sambhar of the South.
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The easiest and best way to make sambar (Best way to make sambar)
Oil - 3 tablespoons
green coriander - 1 teaspoon
arhar dal - 1 cup
salt - 1 tablespoon
sugar - 1 tablespoon
sambhar masala - 3 tablespoons
tamarind pulp - 3 tablespoons rye - 2
teaspoons curry leaves - 7 to 8
dry red chillies - 2 to 3
Okra - 2
beans - 2
tomatoes - 1 pumpkin or gourd - 7 to 8 pieces
onions - 1
water - 3 cups
Follow these steps to make Sambar
First, wash the arhar dal in the cooker and add 2 teaspoons of salt along with it. Add 2 cups of water to it and apply 2 whistles.
Now put the pan on the gas and add 2 teaspoons of oil to it. When the oil is well heated, fry all the chopped vegetables in it.
Now add some water to this fry vegetable and add 1 teaspoon sugar. After this, add sambhar masala and leave it to cook for a while.
After cooking for about 10-15 minutes, add tamarind paste and cooked lentils to it.
After adding lentils, add 1 cup more water to it and reduce the flame a little and leave it to cook for a while.
On the other hand, fry 1 teaspoon oil, mustard, dried red chillies and curry leaves in a small pan for the tempering of sambhar. It is necessary to cook it for a while in the early morning.
Add this tempering to sambhar and let the sambhar cook for a while. After it is completely ready, add freshly chopped coriander to it and garnish.
Your South Indian style is Sambhar Tayar. Serve it hot. (Presented by Ankit Shwetabh)