Sambhar masala is used to prepare south Indian recipes. It is eaten with rice, idly, dosa, or vada. Sambhar masala is a mixture of coriander seeds, red chili powder, cumin seed, curry leaves, Bengal gram dal, turmeric powder, peppercorn, and red gram dal. It contains various types of dals, cereals, and spices, which give enough nutritional value.
In south India, it is the main dish with rice and one of the vital parts of everyday lunch and dinner. Store sambhar masala in an air-tight container and keep it in a cool, dry place—this will help retain the aroma for longer.
Sambar is the most famous dish in South India and it can be cooked using the Sambar masala. Sambar masala can be prepared by a mixture of various ingredients blending and it adds excellent flavor and taste to your dish.
Sambar powder can be prepared in different ways for several types of dishes. This aromatic masala provides amazing flavor and taste to Sambar and you can serve it with idli or dosa.
You can keep this Sambar masala for more than 6 months in a dry and air-tight container.