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Comments on Indian Food Rocks: Sambar with my eyes closed





Updated: 2017-11-09T21:46:14.830-07:00

 



Hi Manisha, I don't think there is one line in thi...

2007-12-07T17:44:00.000-07:00

Hi Manisha,

I don't think there is one line in this post I could disagree with -- from "it's ok to be selfish sometimes" to the legacy to the beauty of a pressure cooker to the MTR sambhar powder! (and ISG if you're reading this, MTR was what I had before I met *you*! ;) )

Oh, and I also use the rinse-water from the cans in my cooking ;)

Thanks so much for sending this in to JFI Toor Dal. I have been so crazed this fall, I hadn't seen the post till now, and it's too good to miss! :)



That's a beautiful post. No two sambars are alike....

2007-11-26T19:41:00.000-07:00

That's a beautiful post. No two sambars are alike. Nice to see your version. Beautiful pics with dosa and idlli.



What lovely thoughts and such a sweet post, I have...

2007-11-25T23:37:00.000-07:00

What lovely thoughts and such a sweet post, I have been using the pressure cooker for years and cannot imagine life without one.Sambhar looks yum!



Very nice post Manisha. I have always wondered why...

2007-11-25T21:14:00.000-07:00

Very nice post Manisha. I have always wondered why pressure cooker is not used for cooking in food network when the chefs ask to cook the legumes for hours together. Is there any particular reason why they don't use pressure cooker? I am not sure. I can't live without it for a single day, it makes cooking so easy.



I loved today's post. Makes me wonder, why have I ...

2007-11-25T18:16:00.000-07:00

I loved today's post. Makes me wonder, why have I started blogging? I don't know. Felt like blogging - probably to make new friends, share my recipes and learn something new. I may even stop it when my steam runs off!:-)
Your recipe is good.
and i always wonder why pressure cookers are not hugely popular in America? I mean they are such a time/energy savers.



I started blogging as some sort of release too...a...

2007-11-25T15:16:00.000-07:00

I started blogging as some sort of release too...and then started food blogging to keep a note of all those recipes whipped up on the spur of the moment...children do make one see life in a different perspective...the sambhar looks lovely.



Great compliment, but a bit heartbreaking.....Love...

2007-11-25T11:10:00.000-07:00

Great compliment, but a bit heartbreaking.....Love the picture of idli-sambar! Can i have some for my b'fast please :-D. This is indeed one quick recipe, Manisha!



This is something I would love to try making becau...

2007-11-25T08:53:00.000-07:00

This is something I would love to try making because I love eating it in Indian restaurants. Thanks for the great recipe which I can print and take to the Indian grocers with me to make sure I have all the right things!



Nice write up... and lovely saambaar

2007-11-25T08:03:00.000-07:00

Nice write up... and lovely saambaar



Nice write up.. your daughter will treasure these ...

2007-11-25T07:55:00.000-07:00

Nice write up.. your daughter will treasure these recipes as she grows up & starts her own kitchen!! Lovely idlid next to Sambhar!!



Love the sambhar and not to mention the idlis i sa...

2007-11-25T07:00:00.000-07:00

Love the sambhar and not to mention the idlis i saw next to it :-)



Hmmm.. Interesting, As I generally cook the dal se...

2007-11-25T06:51:00.000-07:00

Hmmm.. Interesting, As I generally cook the dal separately and then add other ingredients to that. cooking all at a time saves so much time and effort. Will try this way next time Manisha..:) and I must say, Dal looks awesome!

~ Siri



Long before I started blogging, I suddenly realise...

2007-11-25T06:07:00.000-07:00

Long before I started blogging, I suddenly realised lot of authentic recipes are getting lost as my mother is unable to cook. Thats when I started noting down really old authentic recipes from her. A few during each of my visits.
Your sambhar is looking yummy! :)



A big huge compliment!Food is just a vehicle...wit...

2007-11-25T00:24:00.000-07:00

A big huge compliment!

Food is just a vehicle...with that will come memories flooding. Especially if the recipes are with these stories! I hope these 'etherial' blogs will survive forever. (Backup, what backup?)

Pressure cookers are a boon to us who like to cook but not spend our whole lives in the kitchen!



Ha I love the quote!!I have a dozen recipes for sm...

2007-11-25T00:20:00.000-07:00

Ha I love the quote!!
I have a dozen recipes for smbar but nothing turns out the way my mom makes it....thoughI tried mom's recipe too!!!
This goes into my collection as well



Such a lovely post! Dal looks terrific!

2007-11-25T00:07:00.000-07:00

Such a lovely post! Dal looks terrific!



I only started using the pressure cooker this past...

2007-11-25T00:02:00.000-07:00

I only started using the pressure cooker this past year, and especially for long-cooking legumes like chickpeas, it sure is a time-saver, and I think of all the hours and hours of time I've wasted in the past sticking near the kitchen while they cooked in an open pot.
I don't have children of my own, that's true, but I can attest that there were foods of my grandmothers tables of which I wish I had recipes for. But poor Medha....she'll end up inheriting a semi-truck-load by the time your spoon comes to rest! :-D