This is popularly called Besi Bele Bath in karnataka.In Tamilnadu we call it sambar sadam and it is a very common dish in most of the occasions.
To Roast and Grind
- Rice One cup
- Tur Dal Half cup
- Turmeric powder One spoon
- Tamarind Marble sized ball
- Ghee As required
- Cashew nuts Few
- Small onions One cup
- Mixed vegetables One and half cup
- Salt To taste
To Roast and Grind
- Coriander seeds 1tbs
- Channa Dal 1tbs
- Red chillies 10
- Coconut 2tbs
- Cardamom 2
- Cloves 4
- Saunf 1tbs
- Poppy seeds 1tbs
- Cinnamon stick Small piece
- Oil 1tbs
- Mustard seeds 1tbs
1.Soak the tamarind in hot water and extract juice.Cook the rice and Dal together in a cooker.
2.Roast all the ingredients(given in the column above for roast and grind) in ghee or oil.
3.Cool and powder it .
4.Dice some vegetables like carrot,beans,peas,cauliflower and potato.Peel the small onions.
4.Heat oil in a pan add mustard seeds and fry the small onions till crisp.
5.Add the other vegetables and saute for few minutes.Add the tamarind water,salt,turmeric powder and allow it to boil until the vegetables are cooked.
6.Add the powdered masala and mash up the rice,Dal before you add.
7.Mix well and bring it to required consistency.
8.Garnish with chopped coriander leaves and cashew nuts roasted in ghee.
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Sambhar sadam is one of the most commonly served cuisines in Tamil Nadu.. When I was in chennai, I used to have it almost everyday for lunch at my company's canteen.. A plate half of sambhar sadam and half of curd rice.. Perfect lunch!!
Wow. The sambar sadam looks yummy. Reminded of Saravana Bhavan at Mylapore. Miss it a lot
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This is the first time I've read ur blog and i love it.Really useful thanx for all the recipies...will read this regularly from now on :)
Can you please tell me how many cups of water did u use to cook the rice and the dhal? Also, for how many whistles in a pressure cooker?
Hi rathi I used 31/2 cups water for 1 cup rice and dal together a little more than the usual.in the pressure cooker give 3 whistles and 5 mins minimum in low flame.
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