Learn and experience real south Indian food recipes. South Indian cuisine includes the cuisine of India’s five southern states — Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamilnadu and Telangana.
Channa Masala / Chole Masala is a popular north Indian gravy variety. It can be eaten with wheat based breakfast / dinner varieties like chappathi, naan, rotti, poori etc., It also tastes well with fried rice and pulavs.
Vegetable kurma is a multi purpose gravy. You can serve it with almost all types of breakfast and dinner.
Gala Gala is a simple home-made snack. You can make using less ingredients and easy to prepare. Best tasty evening snack for kids.
Masaal Vadi or Paruppu Vadai is an all time favorite snacks for kids. It is best for evening tea-time snack. Also serves it as side dish for morning breakfast items like Idli, Dosa, Pongal etc.
Vadacurry is one of the delicious south Indian side dish for Break fast and Dinner. Vadacurry tastes best with hot idli and dosa.
Mutton Briyani is an all time favorite lunch / dinner for youngsters. It is rich in taste, healthy and delicious to eat.
Mutton Curry is a traditional south Indian recipe. This is a multi purpose recipe suitable for rice as well as tiffin items such as idli, dosa, chappathi, parotta, naan etc.,
Kara Chutney is a less time consuming easy to make chutney which suits most breakfast and dinner varieties like Idli, Dosa, Pongal, Paniyaram etc., It is rich in taste and easy to make.
Ladies Finger Fry (Vendaikka Fry) is South India’s favorite lunch time side dish. Ladies Finger has several health benefits and the fry is rich in taste suitable for all types of lunch meals.
Dal Tadka is a North Indian dish, frequently used as curry for chappathi. It is cooked from moong dal or thoor dal, rich in taste and rich in protein and fibre.