It is hard to forget the taste of traditional recipes as it lingers in our taste buds. Vathakuzhambhu is a delicious south -Indian dish prepared with the simplest of ingredients. It has a perfect balance of spices and tanginess. It tastes delicious when stored for a day as the taste deepens and flavour penetrates in the gravy. If you want to give a twist to your usual sambar try Ammae Vathakuzhambhu. You will enjoy this lip-smacking delicious traditional recipe of Ammae. Its also called Karakuzhambu in many places. Adding two spoons of sesame oil while preparing, gives an enriched taste. Roasted baby onions or even normal onion will be more delicious.
Tamarind powder, Dry chilly, Black gram dal, Till, Mustard seeds, Asafoetida powder, Fenugreek, Salt, and Turmeric powder..
How to use?
Take 2 tbl spoon of Ammae Vathakuzhambhu, add 200-225ml of water, and mix it without lumps. Add 1tsp of sesame oil (optional) to enhance the taste. Place it in the stove with medium flame and keep stirring (for 5-10 mins) till it thickens. Add fresh curry leaves to serve. It is ready to be used along with rice. It is optional to add ghee while having with rice which will help in enhancing the aroma and taste. Note: The sambar thickens in course of time.
What makes ammae products unique?
- Traditional recipes are customized to suit our current day need and also to enrich our taste buds.
- Conventional method of prepartion. Though it takes longer time for process, grains are allowed to naturally process. It retains the nutritional property of grains and also enhanaces it.
- Aluminium foil packing helps to retain the aroma of the grain as such till you open the pack. It protects the porridge mix from moisture, and keep fresh.
- No sugar, No salt & No added preservatives. Naturally processsed product.