Sambar Sadam is a popular lunch recipe from Tamil Nadu. Also known as bisibelabath, sambar rice needs no introduction. The famous Indian delicacy is served in Tamil Nadu and mostly eaten as a main course.
The vegetarian delicacy is cooked with rice, dal and vegetables mixed altogether to make a unique combination. The added tamarind paste gives the touch of tanginess.
The recipe is a famous lunch dish around India. This version of sambar rice is easy to make, reason being they are cooked in pressure cooker and sambar is mixed with rice from the very start. This is unlike traditional sambar recipe where sambar is accompanied with rice but both are cooked separately. You can follow our step by step guide and learn how to make it.
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