Tasty and Delicious Samabar Recipe | Yummy Food Recipes By, 2015-09-11 Tasty and Delicious Samabar Recipe | Yummy Food Recipes The Yummy Sambar is delicious with idli or dosa and is simply delicious. The recipe that is served in famed Udipi Restaurants. Have a glance over cooking process in detail here. Prep Time: 30min Cook time: 30min Ingredients: 1 teaspoonChana Dal,½ teaspoonsCoriander seeds,10 piecesPepper corn,4Dry chilies,1 teaspoonGrated coconut,4 tablespoonsOil,½ teaspoonsMustard seeds,½ teaspoonFenugreek seeds,1 springCurry leaves,4Green chilies,1 cupPumpkin,½ teaspoonTurmeric powder,SaltTo Taste,1 cupTamarind juice,1 cupToor dal,1 tablespoonsCoriander leaves, Instructions: Step 1 Boil the toor dal and keep aside Step 2 Take a pan and add chana dal, coriander seeds, pepper corn, dry red chilies Step 3 Dry roast them for few seconds. Step 4 Put them in blender and add grated coconut to it Step 5 Add little water and make them to smooth paste Step 6 Take a pan and add oil to it Step 7 Add mustard seeds, fenugreek seeds, curry leaves, green chilies, pumpkin pieces to it Step 8 Saute it for 2 to 3 minutes and do not forget to stir occasionally Step 9 Add turmeric powder and salt Step 10 Cook for 3 minutes with lid on it Step 11 Add tamarind juice, little water and mix them well Step 12 Cook for 4 more minutes Step 13 Add the boiled toor dal, chana dal paste, salt and cook them for 5 minutes on low flame Step 14 The aroma flavors comes out the soup indicating that the recipe is ready to serve Step 15 Add coriander leaves at the end and off the flame Step 16 The Pumpkin Sambar is ready to serve for your family members Add jiggery if you like sweet tasting sambar. The udipi style does not have onions or even garlic. Try out this Karnataka Style of Sambar and comment how it tastes with idli.

Udupi Style Idli Sambar Recipe

Udupi Style Idli Sambar Recipe

Try out this easy preparation method of Udipi Sambar Recipe and have it along with idli or even dosa. This is treated as an all time favorite dish for most of the Indians. As the recipe that came from a place called Udipi, it is generally called as Udipi Sambar. When you add Pumpkin to this, it really tastes yummy and try to have even with rice.

Ingredients

  • 1 teaspoonChana Dal
  • ½ teaspoonsCoriander seeds
  • 10 piecesPepper corn
  • 4Dry chilies
  • 1 teaspoonGrated coconut
  • 4 tablespoonsOil
  • ½ teaspoonsMustard seeds
  • ½ teaspoonFenugreek seeds
  • 1 springCurry leaves
  • 4Green chilies
  • 1 cupPumpkin
  • ½ teaspoonTurmeric powder
  • SaltTo Taste
  • 1 cupTamarind juice
  • 1 cupToor dal
  • 1 tablespoonsCoriander leaves

Directions

  • Step 1
    Boil the toor dal and keep aside
  • Step 2
    Take a pan and add chana dal, coriander seeds, pepper corn, dry red chilies
  • Step 3
    Dry roast them for few seconds.
  • Step 4
    Put them in blender and add grated coconut to it
  • Step 5
    Add little water and make them to smooth paste
  • Step 6
    Take a pan and add oil to it
  • Step 7
    Add mustard seeds, fenugreek seeds, curry leaves, green chilies, pumpkin pieces to it
  • Step 8
    Saute it for 2 to 3 minutes and do not forget to stir occasionally
  • Step 9
    Add turmeric powder and salt
  • Step 10
    Cook for 3 minutes with lid on it
  • Step 11
    Add tamarind juice, little water and mix them well
  • Step 12
    Cook for 4 more minutes
  • Step 13
    Add the boiled toor dal, chana dal paste, salt and cook them for 5 minutes on low flame
  • Step 14
    The aroma flavors comes out the soup indicating that the recipe is ready to serve
  • Step 15
    Add coriander leaves at the end and off the flame
  • Step 16
    The Pumpkin Sambar is ready to serve for your family members

Add jiggery if you like sweet tasting sambar. The udipi style does not have onions or even garlic. Try out this Karnataka Style of Sambar and comment how it tastes with idli.

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