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One Pot Sambhar

INGREDIENTS

2 Tbsp Ghee or oil

1/4 tsp asafoetida

1 Tsp mustard seed

3 Dry Red Chilli

5 to 6 Curry leaves

1/2 lemon Size Tamarind

1 onion chopped

1 cup Chopped Beans

2 Tomatoes chopped ( or made into Puree)

1 cup Toor Daal

3 Tbsp sambhar Powder

1 Tsp Red chilli Powder (If you like spicy otherwise Optional )

1 Tsp Turmeric powder

salt as per taste

Water as required

METHOD

Onepotsambhar

In a cooker add the oil/Ghee, Once the oil is hot add  Asafoetida then Mustard, Once it starts to crackle add Dry Red chili followed by Curry leaves then Tamarind ( Once tamarind  is soft), Onion ( saute for 2 mins), beans ( Saute for 3 to 4 mins), Toor daal  and then Finally Sambar Powder and Salt. Mix all together properly and then add water and close the cooker. Allow 4 to 5 Whistle to come and then turn off the gas, and allow the cooker to cool down. Now its ready to be had with Idli, Dosa, Pongal.

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Sambhar

Ingredients

3 Dry Red Chilli

5 to 6 Curry leaves

3 Tbsp sambhar Powder

1/2 lemon Size Tamarind

2 Tbsp Ghee or oil

1 Tsp mustard seed

2 Tomatoes chopped

1 onion chopped

1 cup Toor Daal

1 Tsp Red chilli Powder (If you like spicy otherwise Optional )

1 Tsp Turmeric powder

salt as per taste

1/2 tsp asafoetida

Method

In a cooker first wash the dal then add turmeric powder, salt and tomatoes and pressure cook the dal. Make sure the dal is completely mashed. Heat a  pan and add ghee once the ghee is hot add asafoetida  then mustard seeds, once mustard seeds starts to pop add dry red chilli, curry leaves and saute for about 2 mins then add tamarind and stir until they become soft and then add onions until translucent then add sambar powder,red chilli powder and stir for 3 minutes make sure you don’t burn the chilli. (You can also add tsp water so that chilli or sambar powder doesn’t get burnt ). Now add the boiled dal to this and let it boil for another 15 to 20 mint stirring occasionally.
And now serve it with rice, Idli, pongal and many more.
If you wish to add more vegetable you can chop them boil it with dal or you can just add once onions are cooked.

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