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Authentic Mysore Sambar Masala
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Mysore (South Indian) Sambar is a globally relished dish. The taste of sambar lies in its vital ingredient i.e sambar powder.

Here is an authentic sambar powder recipe.

Ingredients:

Chana Dal – (split dehusked black chick peas)- ½ cup
Corriander seeds (dhania) – 1 cup
Cinnamon – 1 inch Red chillies (broken) – ½ cup
Curry leaves – ¼ cup
Methi ( fenugreek seeds)- ¼ tea spoon
Poppy seeds – ½ spoon
Dry coconut- 2 cups
Asoefetida – 1 pinch

Method of preparation:

Place a kadahi on stove. Roast each ingredient separately till they turn golden brown. Mix all ingredients in a plate and allow them to cool down to room temperature. Powder everything together in blender and store this fine powder in an airtight container.
 
20-Apr-2012
More by :  Dr. Savitha Suri
 
Views: 2292
Article Comment I am so happy to see this .
This is exactly what I was searching for, because I love the sambar taste
made in Kanndiga's houses. I am going to make it myself and try it.
Thanks a lot Dr.Savithaji.
U.SATHYAMOORTHY
12/07/2013
 
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