Huli Soppu Saaru Recipe (Karnataka Style Mixed Greens Sambar)

Huli Soppu Saaru Recipe is a traditional Karnataka Style sambar made using a mix of greens. We have used fresh spinach, fenugreek leaves and amaranth for this recipe. The freshly ground sambar masala adds a rustic flavour to the dish. Huli Soppu Saaru Recipe is also known as Ulsoppu in many regions of the state of Karnataka. It is a perfect accompaniment for the Mudde (Ragi Balls) as well as steamed rice. Serve the Huli Soppu Saaru Recipe (Karnataka Style Mixed Greens Sambar) along with Steamed Rice, ...

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Coimbatore Style Sambar Recipe

Coimbatore Style Sambar Recipe is a traditional recipe that is famous from Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu. This recipe has a strong flavour of spices like cumin, fennel, hing and coriander and is laced with the texture of coconut with dal. This sambar recipe is cooked with drumsticks, onions and tomatoes. Serve Coimbatore Style Sambar Recipe with Steamed Rice Recipe, Phulka and Capsicum Usili Recipe for a complete meal. If you like this recipe, try more recipes like Beetroot ...

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Bangalore Restaurant Style Sambar Recipe For Idlis

This Sambar Recipe For Idlis is made the Bangalore Restaurant Style. Like many dishes have various versions across geographical boundaries, the humble idli-sambhar is no different. Many versions of Sambar is made as an accompaniment with idlis and vadas. Some with vegetables, some are thicker than the others and some are spicy and uses a sambar masala. But the ones served in hotels across bangalore are very different. The Idlis are normally made with a batter by mixing Soaked Rice Rava and ground ...

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Mukkala Pulusu Recipe (Andhra Style Mixed Vegetable Sambar)

Mukkala Pulusu is a classic dish from Andhra Pradesh. It is a part of day to day meal, a good change from the regular sambar. It is made with mixed vegetables (Bottle gourd, pumpkin, drumsticks and other seasonal vegetables) tamarind pulp, jaggery and spices. This dish is simple and easy to make. It goes very well with steamed rice, idli, dosa and pongal. You can add vegetables according to your taste and preference. This sweet and tangy pulusu is wholesome and also a healthy option because it combines ...

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Mixed Vegetable Sambar Recipe

The Mixed Vegetable Sambar recipe is a simple and quick method of making sambar in a single pot. The most important ingredient of making the sambar is the homemade sambar powder and every home and every kitchen in south india has a unique recipe of making the sambar powder. Below you will see the video recipe of how to make sambar using a variety of mixed vegetables. Did you know: Pure olive oil is great for everyday indian cooking. When you include good oil to your everyday diet, ...

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Udupi Style Sambar with Thondekayi & Badnekayi Recipe (Sambar with Ivy gourd & Brinjal)

Udupi Style Sambar with Thondekayi & Badnekayi Recipe (Sambar with Ivy gourd & Brinjal) is a comforting dal made having the authentic flavor of Udupi Sambar pudi. Most of the people from udupi make their own masala for their Dals and playa. This makes it very special and helps to build the flavor of their own cuisine. The dal is very simple to make all you have to is to keep the Udupi sambar mix ready and everything goes on to one pot that boiled till the vegetables are cooked till soft. ...

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Tamil Nadu Style Pala Kottai Sambar Recipe (Mangalore cucumber and Jackfruit Seed Sambar Recipe)

Tamil Nadu Style Pala Kottai Sambar Recipe (Mangalore cucumber and Jackfruit Seed Sambar Recipe) is recipe that has its root from Tamil Nadu. Pala Kottai is called as the Jackfruit seed in tamil and is obtained after eating the ripened jackfruit pulp. The seeds are usually used in many parts of India to make a curry, rasam or even a stir fry. In this recipe it is rightly combined with some chopped Mangalore cucumber to create a different flavor to the whole dish. Serve the Tamil Nadu Style Pala ...

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Bendekayi Koddel/Bolu Huli Recipe - Mangalorean Style Bhindi Sambar Recipe

Bendekayi Koddel/Bolu Huli Recipe is Mangalorean Style Bhindi Sambar Recipe that is made without coconut. bolu huli can be prepared from various vegetables like chayote, Mangalorean cucumber, ridge gourd and more. To make bendekayi koddel, you should saute the bhindi until the sliminess is evaporated. This bolu huli has a typical coconut oil tempering with cumin seeds and hing. Serve steamed rice and top it with generous quantity of steaming hot Bendekayi Koddel/Bolu Huli Recipe - Mangalorean Style ...

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Udupi Style Mixed Vegetable Sambar Recipe

Udupi Style Mixed Vegetable Sambar Recipe is one that uses authentic sambar powders to make a rich lentil and vegetable based Indian gravy. Ududpi is a small town that is famous for its “Cuisine” and the “Sai Krishna Temple”, one more important aspect of the cuisine is they are considered to be satvik which means they do not use any onion or garlic in their cooking. But in this recipe I have used pearl onions to give in extra flavor to the dish but you can omit that if it is not required. Serve ...

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Sundakkai & Methi Leaves Sambar Recipe

Sundakkai (Turkey berries) & Methi leaves has immense health benefits & flavour. Both of them are widely used for those who are suffering from diabetes and kidney related problems. To get the perfect juice and flavour of turkey berry you must slit them into two else the taste differs. For methi on the other hand we use only the leaves as the stems does not get cooked and consuming them is quite difficult. Combining them and cooking in a clay pot with turmeric, sambar powder, coriander powder ...

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Kobbari Chaaru Recipe (Coconut Milk & Dal Sambar Recipe)

Kobbari chaaru is an authentic sambar/rasam that is made in Telangana region using coconut milk and roasted chana dal. This Coconut Milk & Dal Sambar is silky smooth in texture with subtle sweetness of coconut milk and mildly spicy with ground green chillies, overall making this a perfect lunch combo with hot steamed rice and fryum (Akki Peni sandige) or just with Phulka Recipe (Roti/Chapati) - Puffed Indian Bread.  Did you know: Coconuts are highly nutritious and rich in fibre, ...

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Kerala Style Vendakkai Uppadan Recipe (Okra Curry Without Coconut Recipe)

Vendakkai Uppadan is a traditional spicy recipe from the state of Kerala. Unlike, other dishes from this region, this one does not use coconut in it. The simplest of the spices are freshly dry roasted, ground and added to the recipe making it very aromatic. It is spicy and tart making it a perfect accompaniment with Rice. Serve Vendakkai Uppadan Recipe (Kerala Style Okra Curry) with Steamed rice, Snake Gourd Thoran Recipe (Turai Thoran) and Paruppu Podi for a weeknight dinner. Here are a few more ...

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Thatta Payaru Sambar Recipe (Black Eyed Beans Sambar)

Black Eyed Beans also known as Cow peas are the most nourishing in the legume family. Their name comes from the prominent black spot on their creamy skin. Black eyed beans are high in Vitamin A, Vitamin B, and digestion-friendly fibre. When picking up Black Eyed Peas, look for ones that have healthy looking skin with some shine. Thatta Payaru Sambar is an authentic vegetarian curry in which beans are cooked along with spices in a creamy dal base. This dish is the best way to include plant-based proteins ...

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Verusenaga Sambar Recipe (Fresh Groundnuts Sambar)

Fresh groundnuts are in season now and Verusenaga Sambar is one of the delicious preparation that one can make using fresh peanuts. It is a very satisfying and comforting dish. Do try it out this season and I am sure you will look forward to make this delicious sambar every season. Serve Verusenaga Sambar with hot steamed rice and a dollop of ghee. If you like this recipe, you can also try our other Sambar recipes such as Chow Chow Sambar Arachuvitta Sambar Mixed Vegetable Sambar

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Chow-Chow Sambar (Chayote Squash Sambar) Recipe

Sambar is a very versatile dish in the South Indian Cuisine. It pairs very well with the breakfast dishes like idli/dosa and one can also have it for lunch along with the steamed rice. Chow Chow Sambar (Chayote Squash Sambar), is one of the kinds of sambar usually had along with the steamed rice. Chow Chow, also known as chayote squash belongs to the guard family and has a good amount of folates, making it a healthy choice for cooking. Serve Chow-Chow Sambar with Homemade soft idli or Masala Dosa. ...

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Murungakkai Vendhaya Keerai Sambar Recipe (Drumstick and Fenugreek Greens Sambar)

Murungakkai Vendhaya Keerai Sambar Recipe (Drumstick and Fenugreek Greens Sambar), has a healthy mix of greens and vegetable to make it a complete meal. Drumstick and fenugreek greens are both known to purify the blood and lowering the cholesterol. Serve Murungakkai Vendhaya Keerai Sambar (Drumstick and Fenugreek Greens Sambar) with steamed rice and spicy potato roast for the weeknight dinner. Here are a few other tasty sambar recipes to try Thakkali Vengayam Sambar Recipe (Tomato Onion Sambar) Kerala ...

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Arachuvitta Sambar Recipe (Traditional South Indian Sambar with Fresh Spices)

Arachuvitta Sambar Recipe is a traditional South Indian Sambar that is made from freshly roasted and ground with sambar spices that adds a special touch to this recipe. The sambar tastes best with seasonal vegetables like Radish, Pumpkin, Drumstick and small baby onions are a must in this sambar to give its fresh flavors and taste.  Serve the Arachuvitta Sambar along with Steamed Rice, topped with ghee and a vegetable like Andhra Style Pavakkai Curry, Avarakkai Poriyal or Masala Roasted ...

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Kerala Cheriya Ulli Sambar Recipe

Sambar is a stew prepared with lentils that is served in southern part of India with Rice, Idli, Dosa and other recipes. Sambar is prepared with a variety of vegetables and is prepared differently depending on the region. In Kerala, sambar typically contains coconut. Most of the Kerala dishes use shallots or small onions. Red onions were never used in cooking until a decade or two before. In most of the villages small shallots were grown in their garden and used during cooking. Cheriya Ulli or shallots ...

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Vendakkai Vengayam Sambar Recipe (Okra in Tangy Lentil Curry)

The Vendakkai Vengayam Sambar Recipe is a simple and quick method of making sambar that is packed with flavors from the okra (bhindi) and the most important ingredient, the homemade sambar powder.  The Vendakkai (okra) when cooked along with the tamarind water and sambar powder, absorbs the spices so well, that it imparts a delicious taste to the sambar. Serve the Vendakkai Vengayam Sambar along with Steamed Rice, topped with Ghee and Potato Roast

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Manjal Poosanikai Sambar Recipe (Yellow Pumpkin in Toor Dal Recipe)

The Manjal Poosanikai (Pumpkin) Sambar recipe is a simple nutrition packed sambar and is a staple at home. The yellow pumpkin also known as Manjal Poosanikai adds to the subtle sweetness of this sambar recipe making it even more delectable to the palate. Serve the Manjal Poosanikai Sambar along with hot rice topped with Ghee and Beetroot Thoran and Gorikayi Palya Recipe to enjoy a nice sunday meal.  If you like this recipe, you can also try other Dal recipes such as Gujarati ...

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Keerai Sambar Recipe (Spinach In Tangy Lentil Curry)

Keera Sambar (Kuzhambu) is a very traditional south indian lentil curry made from spinach or amaranth leaves or any other green leaf of radish or beet. The sambar is cooked in a tangy tamarind base flavored with homemade sambar powder. Keerai sambar is a favourite at home with my children and a variation from the regular dals. Did you know: Most pulses have a low glycemic index. It helps keep blood sugar in control. Eat frequent meals every three to four hours to prevent fluctuations in blood sugar. Spinach ...

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Kerala Style Varutharachu Sambar (Lentils Cooked in Tamarind, Spices and Roasted Coconut)

Varutharachu Sambar is a delicious Kerala Style Sambar Recipe that is made from roasted coconut homemade sambar powder that adds to the authenticity and flavor of the sambar. The aromas from the ground spices when combined along with tamarind water and cooked lentils, make this sambar very delicious and festive. An Onasadya is incomplete without the freshly prepared spicy Varutharachu Sambar. It gives the whole meal a definition and lifts the Sadya to a new dimension. Sambar makes use of a ...

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Nuggekai Kharbyaali Recipe (North Karnataka Spiced Drumstick Sambar)

North Karnataka Spiced Drumstick Sambar also known as Nuggekai Kharbyaali is a traditional  sambar curry made with a special spice powder - Kharbyaali Masala Khara Spice Powder. It is a popular dish in North Karnataka and South Maharashtra region. Serve it with rice or bhakri/ jowar/phulkas. Did you know: Toor Dal contains high amount of protein, low fat and low cholesterol. It is also a great source of complex carbohydrates, fibre, folic acid ...

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Thakkali Vengayam Sambar Recipe (Tomato Onion Sambar)

Tomato Onion Sambar is a light sweet, spicy and sour dish made from tomato, small sambar onions and the homemade sambar powder. In the South India, this sambar is popularly called as the thakkali vengayam sambar. The sour taste of the tomatoes cooked in a tamarind and lentil gravy is a teaser to the palates. Serve this Sambar along with dosa's, idli's or even plain steamed rice. Did you know: Tomatoes are a treasure of riches when it comes to their antioxidant benefits. In terms of ...

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