A South Indian breakfast classic! Paper thin dosas made with semolina or sooji.
A low fat South Indian dish which goes best with the coconut chutney. Relish this easy to make meal for breakfast.
Crisp thin parantha served hot with melted ghee, usually served with South Indian gravy dishes.
South Indian lamb curry with coconut milk, tamarind and curry leaf tempering.
Sambar is one of the most loved dishes in the south Indian cuisine. Lady finger and brinjal cooked in a sambar paste and buttermilk base. A tempting tadka poured over the sambar and served piping ...
South Indian dosa with a twist. This one's made with a cheese and chilly flakes filling.
South Indian style prawns fry.
A South Indian breakfast food, but delicious any time of day. Its light and easy to make. Steamed and best enjoyed with sambar and chutneys.
A special South Indian seafood delicacy. Soft and tender mussels added in a blend of lime juice and hot masalas, wrapped in semolina and deep fried.
A south Indian uthappam recipe with an English twist. This one's topped with mushrooms, corn, spinach and pepper.
There is a popular perception that South Indian food is only vegetarian. These 7 incredible dishes shatter that perception, and how!
Looking for interesting variations to add to your repertoire of snack recipes? We present our 10 best South Indian snacks recipes.
From Malabar Fish Biryani and Chettinad Chicken to Avial and Okra Pulusu, we present our 10 best South Indian dinner recipes.
Just when I thought I'd sampled every conceivable type of South Indian vada, I discovered a whole new take on this dish in Singapore.
If you love South Indian food, you would know that rice plays a very important role in most of the regional cuisines of the Southern states in India.
If you're new to the city or are looking to explore the rich diversity of food from down South, here's your guide to the best South Indian restaurants in Mumbai.
It's no hidden secret that South India is obsessed with rice. There are so many varieties of rice dishes that you can savour across the region. Here are our 10 best.
The sambar is not a South Indian dish. It may have been borrowed from Thanjavur Marathas. Most culinary historians and experts back this theory with suitable evidence.
Anyone who has travelled for food in India will know that flavours and ingredients change almost every 100 kms. We pick some of these regional cuisines of South India.
Some of most customary preparations of South India take just about few minutes to prepare, are light on stomach and low in calories.