If Idli, Dosa, Vada, Sambhar and chutney are the first things that come to your mind, then you’re absolutely right.
South Indian food includes the cuisines of the five southern states of India—Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu.
There are typically vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes for all five states.
The similarities among the five states’ cuisines include the presence of rice as a staple food. They use lentils and spices, dried red chilies and fresh green chilies, and coconut. Also the native fruits and vegetables including tamarind, plantain, snake gourd, garlic, and ginger.
Mostly on the higher side of chilli, residents here love to voyage on tasty, rather, spicy trips on every meal basis.
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From our list of South Indian Foods, which one would you like to watch today? Select from the below available options!
Medu Vada Recipe Video
You can call them Indian Donuts, but they are savory! Medu Vada is famous snack all over India due to its taste and easy availability. It is best served with Sambhar and Chutney.
Upma Recipe Video
Upma is a perfect breakfast dish made from Semolina. Semolina/ Sooji/ Rawa is cooked in Oil/ Ghee, along with vegetables like Onions, Carrots, Peas, etc. and finally boiling water is added into it. Further, once the water dries out, the dish is ready to be served!
Instant Dosa Recipe Video
Usually Dosa and Idli is made from fermented Rice flour. But, what if you have a sudden craving of having a Dosa? In that case, this is just the recipe that you’ll need! Instant Dosa or Jeera Dosa is made from Semolina/ Sooji, and is best served with Coconut-Coriander-Chilli Chutney!
5 Types of South Indian Chutneys Recipe Video
As it is famously said “One single thing cannot impress everyone!”, then how could you expect everyone to like one single Chutney? And we completely understand that. That’s why we have brought for you 5 yummy South Indian chutneys. In addition, each one of them is a combination of different ingredients. So enough said from our side here, watch the rest in the video given below!
Idli Sambhar Recipe Video
The first thing that comes to the minds of many people, when they hear of South Indian food, is Idli. This dish is so light on stomach but also filling at the same time. Idli is usually made from fermented rice batter. But that’s not it. Moreover this video also contains the recipe of homemade Sambhar Masala and Sambhar! So many things in a single video, you wouldn’t want to miss it!