Its a long time I posted a indian recipe in this blog. It has been cakes and muffins and other desserts for a long time now. Its not that I make more of these baked things on a daily basis. Its just that I have a lot of them in my drafts for over a couple of months . As I don’t get time to post very often, it gets accumalating and the desserts are quite tempting to get an entry into the blog soon . But its actually, I cook this kind of healthy recipes everyday. I try to make my family’s meal a healthy affair. I try to incorporate lots of vegetables and other healthy ingredients like soya, paneer ,tofu , pulses in our daily meals. But of course kids enjoy more of my bakes and other snacks rather than this daily boring healthy food!!
But this is one sambar dish which is relished by my kids.
I first had this kind of soya chunks sambar when I had dinner at a local temple here. I think it was served with idiappam. It was extremely delicious and I can never forget the taste of that simple delicious meal ever. My son loves the food served at the temple here. So I decided to re create this sambar at home. Though the taste is not very similar to that of the temple, it still tastes good. My son loved it, so that says it all. My little one has also taken a liking for soya chunks. I am really happy about this. So this is one dish which I never have to worry about if the kids will have it and its healthy too!!