Pressure cook 200g Arhar dal in 750 ml water. Soak 20g tamarind in ½ cup of warm water for 30 min. and extract pulp. Sieve. In a pan heat 50g ghee/cooking oil & fry 2 chopped onions till golden. Add 250g assorted, vegetable pieces like, brinjals, drum sticks, marrow, peas, carrots etc, 4 tspn. Sambar masala, salt to taste & fry. Transfer cooked dal alongwith water, tamarind pulp to the vegetables. Cover and simmer till the vegetables are tender.
A popular recipe of Southern India, Sambhar is a dal recipe that includes a variety of veggies and masala to give a spicy and tangy taste. The GMK Sambhar Masala is a fusion of several spices in one that infuses your sambar with a beautiful orangish-yellow color, mouth-watering aroma and a taste to make you want to eat more. Add the GMK sambar masala to your recipe and serve it hot with dosa, idli, vada for a bellyful meal.
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Spices have been an integral part of the Indian households since times immemorial. Indian spices have undergone the test of time since the days when women used to grind various flavourful spices at home using traditional grinding techniques till ground spices became easily available in the market. In an effort to keep the authentic taste of Indian spices and cuisines as a whole, alive and intact, GMK introduces to you a range of spices, seasonings and dry fruits thoroughly sourced from the largest spices market in India, situated in the heart of its capital, Delhi. Processed in the most unadulterated way to keep the taste of each unique blend of spices real and authentic, the GMK spices are highly rich in nutritional properties and add an exquisite taste to your culinary works of art.
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