Fry the listed ingredients (except salt) separately one by one and cool it. Add salt and grind to a fine powder. This can be eaten mixed with hot rice along with a teaspoon of ghee or gingelly oil.
Without Sambar, one cannot think about South Indian Food. Even though using the freshly made sambar powder in small quantities daily will enhance the flavor, it is a time consuming task. So only on special occasions or on holidays, we can try for sambar made with fresh powder. For daily […]
Fry the above ingredients separately in a dry kadai without any oil. Cool it. Add salt and grind to a fine powder. Store it in an airtight container. Mix one or two teaspoons of this powder with a teaspoon of ghee to hot rice and eat with fried appalam.