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Last Updated : Apr 28,2018



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South Indian Recipes

South Indian cuisine is much-loved across India, especially its wide spread of breakfast treats like Idli , Dosa and uttapas. However, there is much more to South Indian cuisine, including a large variety of rice dishes, one-dish meals, main course dishes like Sambhar , Rasam , etc., accompaniments like chutneys and salads, as well as preserved foods like podis (powders) and pickles.
 

Popular Recipes from all over South India

This section helps you explore a large goldmine of recipes from all over South India, ranging from the satiating Keralite dishes like Appam , Avial and Kadala Curry, to spicy Chettinad delicacies, tongue-tickling Karnataka delights like Rava Idli, Andhra Pradesh specialties like Pesarattu and Tamil Nadu recipes like Adai , Sambhar and Chakra Pongal . You will discover the authentic ways to prepare your favourite dishes, as well as lesser-known treasures from the cuisine of southern India.

You will also be able to identify and appreciate the common characteristics of this cuisine, such as the position rice holds as the staple food, the abundant use of lentils and coconut, traditional ways of tempering, and so on. Your masala box needs to be equipped with mustard seeds, fenugreek seeds, cumin seeds, coriander seeds, sesame seeds, red chillies, broken urad dal and chana dal, as these are frequently used in South Indian cooking.

Take your pick from these recipes, and serve them on a banana leaf, to recreate a perfect south Indian meal-time!

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Happy Cooking!

 


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Recipe# 31602
08 Jun 11

 
 by neelavenkatesh
No reviews
This snack is perfect for a rainy day and also on cold days. The rasam itself is like a soup which is a definite cure for colds and since it has a tangy flavor, it is suitable for rainy days
Recipe# 31658
08 Dec 06

 
 by shalinivenkatesh
No reviews
Do not add the ingredients unless you are ready to fry, because onion and salt will release water the dough will loose the consistency and break the vadais while frying.
Recipe# 31961
26 Oct 06

 
 by writesonething
No reviews
Believe me kids will love these extraodinary dish . and if u put leftover idlies in microwave for 30 seconds before making sandwiches then it will be soft. so enjoy this dish.
Recipe# 31991
06 Sep 16

 
 by k_aar
No reviews
When raw mangoes are in season, they are used to make pickles, chutneys, drinks, eaten raw with salt and spice and used for garnishing too. Kairi ki Chutney can be made combining raw mangoes with various ingredients like coriander, onions, peanuts etc. I have made Kairi ki Chutney with a lovely com ....
Recipe# 32019
02 Apr 08

 
 
by Foodie#406125
No reviews
Note

any veg like brinjal,cabbage,snakeguord,bottle guord,merakai can be used and do in same manner
finely chop the vegetables,so that
children who don't eat veg ,can be eat in this form.

Recipe# 32020
02 Apr 08

 
 
by Foodie#406125
No reviews
We can add mixed dals for batter,i.e thoordal,moongdal,urad dal,channa dal(equal
propotion)so the ratio of rice and mixeddals are 2:1
Recipe# 32043
08 Dec 06

 
 by shalinivenkatesh
No reviews
Edible calcium paste is helpful for daily dose of calcium needs, paan leaf and betel nuts helps in digestion. coconut is to impart a mild sweet taste.
Recipe# 32067
10 Jun 05

 
 by Ranganayaki
No reviews
This is one of the best remedies for cold - either drink it or add rasam to hot rice and ghee and eat it beat the cold.
it is also a good digestive.
'gottu' means something that you can prepare in a jiffy and does not need any tedious process for preparation. it can be pepared without any diff ....
Recipe# 32137
11 Aug 05

 
 
by swatimodi_72
No reviews
The rasam should be very thin & not thick. the dhokla will be only of moong dal & not beasan.
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South Indian
5
 on 18 Mar 18 08:05 PM


South Indian
5
 on 06 Mar 18 04:16 PM


Love your collection of Idlis, Dosas and Pachdi.
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Tarla Dalal    Glad you liked the collection.
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06 Mar 18 05:31 PM
South Indian
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 on 27 Feb 18 07:10 AM


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