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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.

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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Recipe# 16318
13 Oct 11

 
Panyaram by Venki's Delite'
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Panyaram is a tasty south indian dish made by steaming the batter of plain flour, idli batter and baking soda and garnished with with mustard seeds,chick peas, coconut pieces, curry leaves and ginger.
Recipe# 36840
13 Jul 12

 
Papad Dosa by Mrs. Ritu Agarwal
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Dosa is considered as South Indian recepie, but if it is mixed with north Indian Spicy papad then it become a perfect match for monsoon time.
Recipe# 14568
13 Oct 11

 
Pappulusu by padmajabellam
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Pappulusu is a south indian lentil curry with tuar dal, tomatoes, tamarind, coconut and red chilli paste. Enjoy this spicy and tangy lentil dish with steamed rice.
Recipe# 16010
13 Oct 11

 
Paruppu Urudai Morkozhambu 
by joyabeans
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Paruppu urudai morkozhambu is a south indian delicacy which are basically lentil based steamed dumplings or balls which are simmered in yoghurt based gravy. A subtly spiced curry recipe which taste best paired with boiled rice.
Recipe# 12129
13 Oct 11

 
Paruppu Usili By Vasupradha 
by vasupradha
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In tamil, "paruppu" means dal and "usili" means broken crumbles. This is a highly nutritious recipe with minimum fat and oil.
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Recipe# 15942
13 Oct 11

 
Paruppurundai Kuzhambu by chitvish
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Paruppurundai kuzhambu is a mouthwatering south indian vegetable curry recipe with steamed lentil cakes simmered in a tamarind and coconut based curry. Relish with rice.
Recipe# 13315
13 Oct 11

 
Pasha Nurukku by subhs_n
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Prepare the traditional south indian dessert item, pasha nurukku with ripe bananas. Simply cut the bananas and cook with jaggery and ghee while stirring continuously. A delicious sweet dish to be relished as dessert or snack in between meals.
Recipe# 31153
10 Feb 05

 
Paushtik Bread Idli by Foodie #255862
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Comments:
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!

tips:
1. Add yogurt when ready to serve else, the bread will g ....
Recipe# 8815
08 Dec 00

 
Pavakkai Pitlai by slim
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This is an excellent low cal south Indian recipe as bitter gourd in itself is good for cutting out sugar from our body.

it is best when served with hot rice.
Recipe# 37521
07 Nov 12

 
Pazham Ada by Ende Kushini
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It was boring to eat plain bananas. So i tired a different dish and it tasted wonderful. I named it pazham ada. Pazham in malayalam means banana. You can use any class of bananas i guess. I tried this with the banana type "robust"
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