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South Indian recipes
24 Mar 13
Raw Banana Thoran by BETHICA DAS
A very simple south indian preparation. Plantain tempered with spices and coconut. Best had as a side dish with rice-sambar or curd-rice.
20 Feb 11
02 Jun 13
Raw Mango and Coconut Chutney by Jyoti V B
This is a good combination of fresh coconut and raw mango. This chutney is made out of all raw ingredients and tastes good with all types of parothas and roti ,rice etc. . . .
24 May 11
Raw Mango Pachadi by LOPA SHAH
Sweet and sour raw mango pachadi to be served with south Indian meal.
30 Oct 05
Rawa Bisibelebath by geetharam32
Is made from toor dal and semolina. Ideal to prepare for breakfast when you have left over sambhar very healthy and filling.
21 Jul 02
Rawa Idli by sunilmerchant
Rawa idli is one of the most popular tasting idli or steamed semolina based dumpling recipe. A popular South Indian food, rawa idli enjoys appeal among all and is typically eaten with coconut chutney or sambhar.
21 Jul 02
Rawa Idli Ii by sunilmerchant
Rawa idli ii is one of the most popular tasting idli or steamed semolina based dumpling recipe. A popular South Indian food, rawa idli enjoys appeal among all and is typically eaten with coconut chutney or sambhar.
09 Apr 01
15 Jan 01
Rehroo by baano
A traditional curd based spicy cury, Rehroo is typically enjoyed with steamed rice. The ghee, coriander seeds and chillies add flavour to the tangy rehroo.
30 Dec 14
Restaurant Style Sambar by Swapnil Thakkar
Do u always fail to make a sambar that tastes as delicious as restaurant style sambar? Then here is a wonderful recipe that will be really helpful to u. Lets start cooking :)
19 Jun 04
Rice and Moong Dal Idli By nuruddink by nuruddink
Rice and Moong Dal Idli are steamed dumplings made from a batter comprising of rice and moong dal. These soft, yellowish and spongy idlis make for a healthy and low cal breakfast or snack dish.
16 Jul 12
04 Mar 12
05 Apr 01
Rice Payasam by veenalokesha
Rice payasam or rice kheer is prepared by mixing rice with condensed and sweetened milk. A traditional kheer or payasam recipe, rice payasam is best served cold, garnished with chopped nuts.
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