Hi friends check out my 6th guest post that has been published at Sireesha's Space!!
Vendakkai Sambar - No Tomatoes, No Tamarind
This is a very easy to make yet tasty sambar that has been one of my signature recipe at home. The best part is, I haven't used tomatoes or tamarind here, but it still tastes so good. Just some spoonful of sambar powder and a pinch of asafoetida is enough to make it flavorful and yum!. Try it and you will love it too. Goes well with rice, dosa and idli.
Check out the recipe here!!!
Check out my Sambar Recipe Without Sambar Powder Here!!
Also check out my other Sambar recipe here!!
Me & Sireesha
I came to know about Sireesha, after she joined our South Vs North Challenge (SNC) Event. She is a very enthusiastic and active participant and I must say she is a good blogger too and I love all her delectable recipes and step by step instructions. Though being a working women she posts almost everyday and keeps her blog lively and always updated. That's a really very appreciable thing and I appreciate her for all the effort she puts into her blog.
Do check out her yummy and flavorful recipes @ Siris Food Flavors
Now, over to you friends please check out my recipe and do share your valuable feedbacks and suggestions!!
wonderful sambhar divyReplyDelete
i commented at siri place
it looks too good
Delicious Sambar! Our favorite veggie:)ReplyDelete
Good job Divya...ReplyDelete
i never tried sambar with lady finger alone.. nice version..ReplyDelete
delicious and yummyReplyDelete
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I can enjoy sambar given any day and its kind of stable food at my place.ReplyDelete
Vendaka sambar...droool and love it Priya
You have done a wonderufl guest post Divya,just went through it at Siri's space.ReplyDelete
Super Intersting Post Divya.CONGRATS.ReplyDelete
Sambar who doesnt love it and with ladies finger its a husband's favorite :) love the first click dearReplyDelete
Interesting version of sambhar!!!ReplyDelete
Okra has a special unique taste, nice sambar.ReplyDelete
Always love this okra sambhar n kuzhampu...superReplyDelete
Nice sambar and guest post..ReplyDelete
Lovely guest post,Divya.yummy smabhar:)ReplyDelete
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Yummy sambar..nice post..ReplyDelete
One of my fav sambar....looks delectable.....ReplyDelete
Lovely and yummy sambhar.ReplyDelete
Hi divya am priya's friend,joined your blog..I usually cook okra sambar with tamrind its new version have to try..ReplyDelete
Mmmmm...what a delicious dish for your guest post! Off to say hi to your friend :)ReplyDelete
Very interesting sambar dear...lovely guest post.ReplyDelete