South Indian Cuisine

South Indian Cuisine, South Indian Recipes, South Indian Cooking, Kerala food, Tamil Dishes

South Indian cuisine is the term generally used to refer the cuisines of the four southern states of India, i.e. Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu.

Though each of these states has their own specific varieties of food, rice is the staple food of this region, and is used commonly, for breakfast, lunch and dinner, in one form or other. The traditional meal is served on banana leaves, and is eaten with right hand. South Indian food has become so popular that you can find at least one South Indian restaurant in almost all major cities.

Find out some of the common cuisines like Breakfast items, Rice, Curry, Deserts etc.

South India Food

Rice

Mango Rice

Tomato Rice

Payasam

Pal Payasam

Dal Payasam (Parippu Payasam)

Carrot Halwa

Breakfast

Idli

Dosa

Puttu

Idiappam (Noolputtu)

Ragi Mudde

Kozhukattai for Breakfast

Appam with Mutton Stew

Cake

Black Forest Cake

Juice

Mango Lassi


Non-vegetarian

South Indian Fish Fry

Kerala Fish Curry

Chicken Stew Recipe

Mutton Stew Recipe


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Curry

Sambhar

Aviyal

Kalan

Mango Pulissery (Mampazha Pulissery)

Pavakka (Pavakkai) Theeyal

Olan

Tapioca (Kappa) Fish Curry

Cabbage recipes 

Thoran

Drumstick Leaves Thoran (Murinjakkai Keerai Thoran)


Snacks

Unniappam

Kumbalappam

Murukku

Kajjaya

Rose Cookies (Achappam)

Obbattu (Holige)/Puran Poli

Jackfruit Delicacy (Chakka Ada) 



Some of them are essential items for the Festivals.




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