Kerala Sambar Powder

Kerala Sambar is one of the most flavorful side dish in a typical South Indian meal. For preparing a delicious Sambar, a coarsely textured Kerala Sambar Powder is used. Kerala Sambar Powder is unique and specially prepared by grinding together basic Indian spices like coriander seeds, cumin seeds, red chillies, dal etc. Kerala Sambar Powder is an important ingredient in most of our kitchen. You can explore a well detailed Kerala Sambar Powder here.

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Kerala Sambar Powder

Kerala Sambar is one of the most flavorful side dish in a typical South Indian meal. For preparing a delicious Sambar, a coarsely textured Kerala Sambar Powder is used. Kerala Sambar Powder is unique and specially prepared by grinding together basic Indian spices like coriander seeds, cumin seeds, red chillies, dal etc. Kerala Sambar Powder is an important ingredient in most of our kitchen. You can explore a well detailed Kerala Sambar Powder here.

Category : Vegetarian, Others

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By Sobha Kesavan

Published On: 20 May 2016

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20 Minutes
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Step 1 Kerala Sambar Powder Recipe

Step 1

For preparing Kerala Sambar Powder, heat a frying pan and apply about 1 tsp of coconut oil/refined oil and roast the Coriander seeds in medium flame and then change it into a plate/vessel and allow to cool it some time.

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Step 2 Kerala Sambar Powder Recipe

Step 2

In the same way, roast the Fenugreek, Asafoetida and Red Chillies also and keep them aside to cool some time.

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Step 3 Kerala Sambar Powder Recipe

Step 3

Similarly, roast the Bengalgram dhal, Blackgram dhal and curry leaves and keep them aside to cool some time.

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Step 4 Kerala Sambar Powder Recipe

Step 4

Then grind all the above mentioned roasted ingredients together or partially in a mixer (without water). Sambar Powder is ready, cool the Sambar Powder for some time and keep it in an air tight container.

This Kerala Sambar Powder can generally store for about 2 – 3 months (please make sure that always dry spoon is used to take the Powder from the container)

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