Make This Comforting South Indian Meal Of Kadamba Sambar Sadam And Raita For Lunch

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A simple yet satisfying and packed with nutrition, this Office Lunch Box of Kadamba Sambar Sadam, Raita & Papad is perfect to be packed for office or for your kids school. This is a meal without No Onion and No Garlic and you can make this meal in very less time which is apt for your everyday busy mornings. You can also make this meal for your everyday Lunch or Dinner.

In South India, Kadamba means mixed and in this recipe there is a mix of different vegetables like beans, chow chow, potatoes, brinjal, ash gourd and different legumes like toor dal, chole, black eyed beans and dried peas. Fresh ground sambar powder lifts the taste of this comforting Sambar Sadam.

You can prepare the vegetables you want to add in the kadamba sambar sadam the previous night and keep them in airtight containers in the fridge. You can also add the vegetables of your choice to make this Sadam.

Make a batch of fresh sambar masala over the weekend and store it in airtight container to be used when ever required. The same Sambar powder can be used for different recipes too.

Kadamba Sambar Sadam tastes great with a dollop of ghee and some simple papad on the side. But to add to the freshness and taste we have included a simple Tomato Onion Raita, which is a simple recipe where the curd is whisked and mixed with finely chopped onions and tomatoes and spiced with everyday masalas. To complete the meal and add a crunch to this meal, we have served Elai Vadam along with this meal, which is a South Indian Papad.