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Avadata Organics

Sambar Powder

₹180.00
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  • The special taste of the sambar comes from the sambar powder
  • It is prepared by roasting and grinding various types of Indian spices
  • There are many varieties of sambar that are prepared using different vegetables and spices and each one of them has a unique taste and flavour

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Sambar is a lentil-based vegetable stew cooked with a tamarind broth originating from the Indian subcontinent. It is popular in South Indian and Sri Lankan Tamil cuisines. This is an accompaniment to rice, idlis, vadas, and dosas and has been a favourite among South Indians. Sambar powder is the main ingredient, the special taste of the sambar comes from the sambar powder. It is prepared by roasting and grinding various types of Indian spices. There are many varieties of sambar that are prepared using different vegetables and spices and each one of them has a unique taste and flavour.

INGREDIENTS
HOW TO USE
Pressure cook or boil your choice of 300 g vegetables (carrot, beans, brinjal, lauki, tori (cucumber) and 50 g Toor Dal in 600 ml of water. Add 1 tbsp. (15g) of Avadata Organics Sambar Powder, tamarind paste and mix until well blended. *Lemon juice can be substituted for tamarind. Adjust seasonings and the final step would be to prepare the tempering/ tadka. For tempering take oil in a pan, add mustard, onion finely chopped, curry leaves and dried red chillies. Pour hot tempering over the dal and vegetables mixture. Serve hot with rice, idlis, dosas or vadas


RATINGS AND REVIEWS

ALL ABOUT THIS PRODUCT

Sambar is a lentil-based vegetable stew cooked with a tamarind broth originating from the Indian subcontinent. It is popular in South Indian and Sri Lankan Tamil cuisines. This is an accompaniment to rice, idlis, vadas, and dosas and has been a favourite among South Indians. Sambar powder is the main ingredient, the special taste of the sambar comes from the sambar powder. It is prepared by roasting and grinding various types of Indian spices. There are many varieties of sambar that are prepared using different vegetables and spices and each one of them has a unique taste and flavour.

INGREDIENTS
HOW TO USE
Pressure cook or boil your choice of 300 g vegetables (carrot, beans, brinjal, lauki, tori (cucumber) and 50 g Toor Dal in 600 ml of water. Add 1 tbsp. (15g) of Avadata Organics Sambar Powder, tamarind paste and mix until well blended. *Lemon juice can be substituted for tamarind. Adjust seasonings and the final step would be to prepare the tempering/ tadka. For tempering take oil in a pan, add mustard, onion finely chopped, curry leaves and dried red chillies. Pour hot tempering over the dal and vegetables mixture. Serve hot with rice, idlis, dosas or vadas

RATINGS AND REVIEWS
RATINGS AND REVIEWS

ALL ABOUT THIS PRODUCT

Sambar is a lentil-based vegetable stew cooked with a tamarind broth originating from the Indian subcontinent. It is popular in South Indian and Sri Lankan Tamil cuisines. This is an accompaniment to rice, idlis, vadas, and dosas and has been a favourite among South Indians. Sambar powder is the main ingredient, the special taste of the sambar comes from the sambar powder. It is prepared by roasting and grinding various types of Indian spices. There are many varieties of sambar that are prepared using different vegetables and spices and each one of them has a unique taste and flavour.

INGREDIENTS
HOW TO USE
Pressure cook or boil your choice of 300 g vegetables (carrot, beans, brinjal, lauki, tori (cucumber) and 50 g Toor Dal in 600 ml of water. Add 1 tbsp. (15g) of Avadata Organics Sambar Powder, tamarind paste and mix until well blended. *Lemon juice can be substituted for tamarind. Adjust seasonings and the final step would be to prepare the tempering/ tadka. For tempering take oil in a pan, add mustard, onion finely chopped, curry leaves and dried red chillies. Pour hot tempering over the dal and vegetables mixture. Serve hot with rice, idlis, dosas or vadas