Sambar Pack
Sambar Pack
Sambar Pack
Sambar Pack
Sambar Pack
Sambar Pack
$13.50

Sambar Pack

• [saam-baar] • mixed vegetable + lentil stew • 3/5 spice level •

• comes with 3 sambar packets • each packet makes 1 cup of sambar •

About

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

Serves: 3 people (1 person per packet)

Key Benefits:

  • Vegan
  • Gluten-free
  • Non-GMO
  • No preservatives

Key Nutritional Value: Calories: 90, Protein: 4g, Iron: 10% 

Ingredients: Pigeon Peas, Coriander Seeds, Pepper, Tamarind, Fenugreek, Curry Leaves, Red Chili, Salt, Split Chickpeas, Turmeric, Cumin Seeds, Onion, Split Pigeon Peas, Vegetable Oil, Mustard Seeds, Tomato, Carrot, Bell Pepper, Cilantro

  • Mix with any grain (can top with chana masala as well)

  • Can mix with upma 
  • Want a lighter snack or lunch? Eat as a soup

Adding Meat

If you want to add your own meat, sambar + rice mixes well with chicken / lamb. 

 

 HOW TO MAKE SAMBAR

  • This should be refrigerated or frozen at all times. Refrigerate for up to 7 days or freeze for up to 3 months.

  • If you are freezing your packet, defrost it before cooking by refrigerating the packet for 2-3 hours first.

 

 

 

 

DETAILS

About

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

Serves: 3 people (1 person per packet)

BENEFITS

Key Benefits:

  • Vegan
  • Gluten-free
  • Non-GMO
  • No preservatives

Key Nutritional Value: Calories: 90, Protein: 4g, Iron: 10% 

Ingredients: Pigeon Peas, Coriander Seeds, Pepper, Tamarind, Fenugreek, Curry Leaves, Red Chili, Salt, Split Chickpeas, Turmeric, Cumin Seeds, Onion, Split Pigeon Peas, Vegetable Oil, Mustard Seeds, Tomato, Carrot, Bell Pepper, Cilantro

HOW TO EAT

  • Mix with any grain (can top with chana masala as well)

  • Can mix with upma 
  • Want a lighter snack or lunch? Eat as a soup

Adding Meat

If you want to add your own meat, sambar + rice mixes well with chicken / lamb. 

 

 HOW TO MAKE SAMBAR

HOW TO KEEP

  • This should be refrigerated or frozen at all times. Refrigerate for up to 7 days or freeze for up to 3 months.

  • If you are freezing your packet, defrost it before cooking by refrigerating the packet for 2-3 hours first.

 

 

 

 

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