South Indian

South Indian

South Indian:

  1. Rava Dosa – Rava dosa recipe is a famous south Indian crepe prepared with Rava or suji or semolina. It is a quick and easy to cook dish which is made delicious & tastes…
  2. Easy Lemon Rice Recipe – Lemon rice or Chitrannam or Chitranna is a delicious south Indian dish made with steam/plain rice and flavored with the tanginess of Lemon…
  3. Drumstick Sambar – Drumstick sambar is also called as Murungakkai Sambar in Tamil. Drumsticks are known as Saigan or Segva in North India. Drumsticks…
  4. Restaurant Style Sambar – easy and unique way to prepare the restaurant-style sambar at home. It is prepared using yellow lentils …
  5. Mini Uttapam – Mini Uttapam is a small version of regular uttapams. Uttapam is a healthy savory pancake all the way from South India…
  6. Medu Vada – Medu vada is a popular South Indian crispy snack recipe which is also known as Sambar Vadai, Ulundu vadai, and Uddin Vada…
  7. Paniyaram – Kuzhi Paniyaram is one of my favorite dish from South Indian cuisine. It’s a popular South Indian dish…
  8. Instant Rava Uttapam – Whenever i am running out of time, this is the recipe which comes first…
  9. Bread Uttapam – This is a very simple recipe which can be prepared with only few ingredients…
  10. Coconut peanut chutney – Coconut peanut chutney is a very common side dish served with almost…
  11. Pesarattu dosa – Pesarattu dosa is made up of soaked green moong with the topping of onion, tomato, chilly and coriander, which makes this…
  12. Lemon Rice – Its is a common rice preparation in the South Indian states. Cooking rice is pretty convenient…
  13. Dosa batter – Dosa batter is very simple yet tricky. It took a lot of experimentation, but finally I have the best dosa…
  14. Potato filling for Masala Dosa – Aloo masala is what makes a masala dosa really special and delicious. One bite of the dosa…
  15. Masala DosaA properly made crisp and savory Indian dosa is wonderfully delicious, and fairly simple to make at home…
  16. Sambhar – Sambhar is a very popular South Indian dish prepared using yellow lentils (Toor dal) cooked in a broth of fresh veggies…
  17. Red Capsicum Chutney – If you are looking for a nice and easy chutney recipe without coconut, then try this red capsicum chutney…

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