Sambar - Spicy Indian Curry - Review by Sara
This is a popular South Indian curry recipe which has a lot of variants as we move across the region itself. This is one of those. They vary mainly in the veggies included. So it is alright to make changes with the veggies a bit. I prefer more of carrots and potatoes. Hope you find this review useful.
Try this recipe for a lighter version of sambar (sambhar), an exotically spiced Indian lentil curry that contains a lot of fiber and very little oil.
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