This is my favourite Sunday menu. The kitchen will be filled with the good aroma of the shallots onion(small onion) cooked with freshly ground sambar masala. I preferred to have the potato curry as a side dish for the vengaya(onion) sambar. Mixing little ghee with hot steaming rice along with vengaya sambar is delicious. Indeed the Tomato Rasam is a perfect accomplishment to this menu and increase the richness. When our platter is ready, we can fry some papad or appalam and serve them! 
SouthIndian Lunch Menu Ideas  1 - Vengaya Sambar, Thakkali Rasam and Urulai Kara Curry
 Vengaya Sambar, Thakkali Rasam and Urulai Kara Curry

Preparation Time20 mins
Cooking Time 1 Hour
Servings4

In day to day cooking, we all are generally expert in doing multi-tasking :-) cooking many dishes in parallel. This simple yet rich tasty lunch menu is one of the easiest menu to be made within an hour. Before we start off our working with vegetables, let us first cook the dal and rice in cooker. When the dal is gettting cooked, let us soak the tamarind in water separately for sambar and rasam. Proper planning of preparation helps us to finish off the menu quickly. 

Click the link below for the recipes.

Onion SambarParuppu RasamPotato Curry

SouthIndian Lunch Menu Ideas  1 - Vengaya Sambar, Thakkali Rasam and Urulai Kara Curry
Vengaya Sambar, Thakkali Rasam and Urulai Kara Curry

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