Kadle kalu saaru recipe explained with step by step pictures and a video. Molake kadlekalu saru or sprouted gram sambar is a very popular gravy recipe from Karnataka. Kadle kaalu saaru or sambar is prepared using sprouted gram, potato, brinjal, onion, garlic, coconut and other spices.
Kadlekalu saaru is served as an accompaniment with ragi mudde (ragi ball) or rice. Kadle kaalu saaru is very popular in Bangalore, Mysore, Mandya, Hassan, Tumkur and Kolar region of Karnataka.
I have shared few more similar gravy recipes on this website which can be served with either rice or ragi mudde. Kindly have a look on tasty upsaaru, huruli kalu bassaru, bassaru, upsaaru and sabsige soppu saaru recipes.
Saaru is a common word used for sambar across Bengaluru-Mysuru region of Karnataka. This kadlekalu saaru or molake kadlekalu sambar tastes too good. Gram (chana) and gram flour (besan) are my favourites. You can find many recipes using gram or gram flour on this website. Kadle usli or chana sundal, kadlebele chutney, kadlebele kosambari, ambode or masala vade, besan ladoo, zunka vadi, obbattu, 7-cup burfi are some of the recipes using kadle or kadle hittu.
If you are looking for more gravy recipes then do check my massoppu, Majjige huli, yellow cucumber sambar, tomato rasam, shunti thambuli, menthe huli and okra sambar recipes. We have posted many more gravy recipes posted on this website. So please visit our "gravies" section to read them all.
I have made a video on this recipe with Kannada narration, which I have embedded it below. Kindly have a look.
Preparation time: 1 day
Cooking time: 30 min
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