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South Indian recipes
Last Updated : Apr 28,2018
14 Jan 08
Capsicum stew by Foodie#397106
Rice powder should be dissolved in cold water,otherwise lumps will be formed.
12 Mar 08
Tapioca/cassava dosa by Foodie#403805
Keep the tawa on high flame till you finish preparing the dosa.
24 Mar 08
05 Jul 05
Ragi Dosa by ani_fl
It is a very nutritious & healthy for all ages
12 Apr 08
Spongy Dosa by Foodie#407302
Make sure the batter is of easy flowing consistency.
10 Feb 05
Paushtik Bread Idli by Foodie #255862
1. This is an easy way to get your babies/ toddlers to like the vegetables.
2. Soft texture of the idlis makes it easier to be swallowed safely.
3. No spices required and yet the idlis taste yummy!
1. Add yogurt when ready to serve else, the bread will g ....
29 Nov 01
22 Dec 06
09 Apr 01
Kairi sambhar by vsucharitha
Use very small and sour raw mangoes for this sambhar.
if u find the mangoes are not very sour, u can add a tbsp. of tamrind extract.
if u like a little sweet, u can also add little jaggery at the end.
30 Mar 08
06 Mar 08
Baby corn masala dosa by Foodie#403099
Baby corn masala dosa is really delicious and nutritious.try it.
22 Oct 07
Idli masala by Foodie#388800
To make it a gravy preparation, instead of chopped tomatoes you could add tomato puree.
28 Oct 10
Nutritious Dosa by MOONBEAMS
The addition of barley, soybean and cheese inceases the nutritional value of the traditional south indian dosa. Enjoy it hot pipping from the griddle.
01 Jul 06
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