Friday, September 5, 2014

Sambaram Recipe / Spiced Buttermilk / Morum Vellam / Kerala Pacha Moru

Sambaram Recipe
Sambaram / Spiced Buttermilk is a refreshing summer drink, a slightly diifferent take to the neer more.Sambaram is also served in Onam Sadya so thought to share this.I clicked sambaram long back using my digicam when I was in chennai but then completely forgot about it and now I dont even remember why I didn't post it.

I wanted to wind up onam sadya recipes with parippu curry as last post but the new brown plate hubby got for me itched my hands and the very next day I clicked this sambaram using that plate :) I think there is time and reason for everything and in my case its the props which tempts me to try new recipes.

Sambaram Recipe

Sambaram Recipe - Ingredients

Preparation Time : 10 mins | Cooking Time : nil | Serves : 2
Recipe Category: Buttermilk | Recipe Cuisine: Kerala

Thick Curd - 2 cups chilled
Water - 1 cup
Salt - to taste
Green Chilli - 1
Curry Leaves - a small sprig
Ginger - 1/2 tsp finely chopped

Method:

  1. Add water to curd and whisk it well.Chop curry leaves,ginger and green chillies finely and add it to the buttermilk.How to make sambaram - Step1
  2. Add salt.Whisk it well and serve.
    How to make sambaram - Step2
Serve chilled.
Sambaram Recipe

My Notes:

  • If you want you can strain it and drink, the flavours will  still be there.
  • I used buttermilk which we get after taking butter so it was thick.The consistency can be adjusted to your liking,
  • Spice level can be adjusted according to your preference.
Spiced Buttermilk


Written by: SHARMILEE J

9 comments:

  1. Pure milky colour butter milk... Mouth watering...

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  2. Stunning clicks and mouthwatering buttermilk. Can you pls tell me how you cut banana leaf into a circle?

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    1. I use a plate to draw the outline then cut it along the drawn circle....

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  3. Beautiful clicks:) can u tell me where do u get this glass jar n tumbler set. Its very nice.which brand it is?

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    1. It is not a branded set, just got them individually in a near by supermarket

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  4. Can v use unsour curd fo making buttermilk???

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  5. Can one use the buttermilk from making butter for making chembu moru curry?

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  6. Have you posted how to make butter at home and use the remaining for buttermilk? If not, can you please post it soon? Or, guide me to some link that will serve the same purpose. Thanks.

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