Friday, December 3, 2010

Carrot Sambol (Salad)


Carrot has high content of vitamins A, B and beta carotene which prevents night blindness. Best to take carrots in raw form as salads.


Ingredients
Serves 2-3


1 large carrot grated into thin strips
1 onion diced
Handful of curry leaves thinly sliced
1 of each fresh green and red chili finely sliced
2 tbsp low fat yoghurt (optional)
1 tsp lemon juice
Salt to taste


Method


Mix all ingredients in a bowl, serve immediately with rice.

Carrot on Foodista

23 comments:

  1. Wonderful salad...I have never used curry leaves in this way. Sounds and looks delicious :)

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  2. Tnk u for your lovely comment, curry leaves when consumed raw has very good health benefits. Mixing them with plain yoghurt and carrot is a tastier way to consume this healthy herb.

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  3. This is so colorful!!! perfect side dish to go with bowl of rice:)

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  4. Yes this with rice, lentils, gravy, papadam and curd chilis makes a complete Sri Lankan meal.

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  6. Sorry when I was editing my blog, it was deleted. Now i have installed it back. Just below followers list. Tnx for your lovely comment.

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  7. Nice salad, different use of your ingredients, can't wait to try.

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  9. @ Medifast - tastes yum, as it's a mix of sweet and sour flavours
    @ Vincent - Thank for inviting me, i've registered my blog in petitchef site

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  11. Thanks for your lovely comment. Do you manage a restaurant. I dream of becoming a chef one day. this blog is one of my initial steps.

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  12. Yummm...Love it!! My first time here n im in love with ur space n its variety of veg delicacies..Sure to drop by again!!

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  14. What a wonderful salad.Your recipes here are delicious.Ive already bookmarked most of them to try soon.I came across your site from the foodieblogroll and I'd love to guide Foodista readers to your site. I hope you could add this carrot widget at the end of this post so we could add you in our list of food bloggers who blogged about carrot recipe,Thanks!

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  15. Tnx Alisa, i've added carrot widet, but it's not linking back to carrot page in foodista. How to check if this recipe is posted in foodista carrot page.

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  16. Hey - I was just browsing through an indian cook book I have had for ages and had just finalized on making this exact same recipe sometime soon. :)

    You should use crackled mustard seeds next time and I'll skip he yoghurt.

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  17. ya having yoghurt is my addition, my mom makes it seasoning with lemon juice and salt only.

    Tnx for ur suggestion

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  18. Just made my carrot sambal last nite.
    http://rawgirlinmumbai.blogspot.com/2010/12/coconut-rice-and-carrot-sambal.html

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  19. ya chk'd it out looks very delicious, it's lil different from my version, since it's stir fried, but a good combination with coconut rice. i got hungry jus by looking @ it

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  20. ya having yoghurt is my addition, my mom makes it seasoning with lemon juice and salt only.

    Tnx for ur suggestion

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  21. Just made my carrot sambal last nite.
    http://rawgirlinmumbai.blogspot.com/2010/12/coconut-rice-and-carrot-sambal.html

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  22. Yummm...Love it!! My first time here n im in love with ur space n its variety of veg delicacies..Sure to drop by again!!

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  23. @ Medifast - tastes yum, as it's a mix of sweet and sour flavours
    @ Vincent - Thank for inviting me, i've registered my blog in petitchef site

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