• [saam-baar] • mixed vegetable lentil stew •
Sambar is a popular South Indian dish that resembles a vegetable stew with a heavy lentils base. It’s commonly eaten as a side dish with breakfast items or mixed with a grain for heavier meals. It’s a favorite dish of people not from the region.
Spice Level: 3/5
How To Make Sambar
Whether you're looking for a great side dish for your breakfast or needing something to warm you up for dinner, sambar is the perfect dish. With our packets, it's even easier to get traditional, authentic sambar in just a few minutes. Just watch our video here to see exactly how we like to make it! And of course, feel free to change it up to get the consistency you desire.
Best meal for
Lunch or dinner
Best eaten with
Our rice packet or as a side dish to idli or dosa (traditional South Indian breakfast dishes)
Split Pigeon peas (Toor Daal), Coriander Seeds, Pepper, Fenugreek Seeds (Methi Seeds), Curry Leaves, Red Chillies, Yellow Split peas (Chana Daal), Salt, Tamarind, Turmeric, Cumin Seeds (Jeera Seeds), Split black gram (Urad Daal), Vegetable Oil, Mustard Seeds, Onion, Tomato, Carrot, Bell Pepper, Cilantro. See nutritional info here.