Spicy chicken fried with mustard seeds and lentils.
This popular South Indian snack is not only crispy, delicious and easy but also crackling to look at.
Kerala style Chicken 65 from Zambar: This is the sort of dish that can set your mouth on fire, make your heart beat faster and kick the usual bread-coated fried chicken to the curb.
A crisp South Indian snack best goes with the coconut chutney.
Punugulu is a famoust street food from Andhra Pradesh made with idli or dosa batter. Onions, coriander leaves, yogurt, idli mixture mixed together to form a thick batter and deep fried till golden.
Don't waste your food. Here is a quick and easy recipe you could do with the dried idlis you dread. Scrumptious and light, it could be served as a snack or a light supper.
A savoury dish from Karnataka made with rice, coconut, buttermilk and mild spices. It is also made like a sweet with jaggery.
This deep-fried chicken delicacy is always a popular choice at home or at restaurants, no matter what the season or occasion.
Pesarattu is a dosa like preparation native to Andhra Pradesh. It is made with green gram eaten as a snack or a breakfast meal.
Peerkangai (ridge gourd) kootu is a common dish in Tamil Nadu. This dish combines moong dal with ridge gourd. It's a great accompaniment with rice and rasam. It can also be eaten along with rotis.
Looking for interesting variations to add to your repertoire of snack recipes? We present our 10 best South Indian snacks recipes.
Here are several South Indian snacks that can give the popular samosa a run for its money.
Most of the Indian snacks are not just healthier (because they are homemade) but also delicious and wholesome. One such well-known South Indian snack is the Murukku.