This Indian dish made up of two things, vegetable soup and the tempering of the actual sambar has a lot of ingredients yet has been said to be a “simple to prepare” dish irrespective of the numerous ingredients.
Coming from India, one might not be too familiar with some of the ingredients if he or she is not of Indian descent. It is suggested that alternatives are found in such a case, for example, with the peas, any kind of preferred beans can be used.
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