Sambar as we all know, is a south Indian version of toor dal cooked along with veggies. It is so famous that hardly there would be any Indian who hasn’t tasted it.
There are different versions of sambar like tiffin sambar, potato sambar, Kerala sambar, onion sambar etc. But I mostly make sambar with lots of veggies. This is one way by which my kids eat any vegetable as they do not come to know that their sambar is having brinjals, bottle gourd, last fingers and pumpkin etc. Normally I cook dal and vegetables separately and then combine them along with spices and tempering to make sambar. Sometimes, when in a hurry, I dump everything together and make sambar. In a way it becomes one pot dish. I keep veggie proportions high in sambar as I want to make my kids eat all those vegetables that they avoid during the week.
Since this week in blogging marathon, I’m sending my entries under the theme ‘Hide and Seek with vegetables , how can I forget to add my most delectable, spicy and tangy sambar.
Here goes the recipe…
I am sending this recipe for Blogging Marathon #79 Week 3 day 2