Let's admit, we all have a soft corner for South Indian cuisine in our hearts. Be it a plate of dosa, idli or upma for breakfast and more, south Indian meals never fail to impress our taste palettes. This classic cuisine has given us recipes galore to devour on. Hence, these recipes are the reason why it's hard for us to choose one dish out of a gazillion recipes. If you love to explore culinary gems across the country and South Indian food is something that fascinates you, here we have shortlisted some delicious street-style South Indian snacks. We bet you, each one of these recipes will leave you wanting for more. Besides, these snacks are perfect to pair with your 'sham ki chai'. So, what are we waiting for? Let's get started with the list.
Here's A List Of 5 South Indian Street-Style Snacks For You To Try At Home:
Let's kickstart the list with this one. Uggani is one of the most popular breakfast or brunch meals on the streets of South India. This dish is also known as vaganni, buganni or burugula upma and is one of the easiest things to make at home. Wondering how? Click here.
2. Ambode (Dal Vada)
South Indian style ambode recipe has multiple variations in terms of ingredients. While some use dill leaves in the batter, others prefer using curry leaves instead. This recipe is made with some basic ingredients like chana dal, curry leaves, coriander leaves, hing, green chilli and more. Click here for the recipe.
3. Street-Style Andhra Dosa
Andhra dosa, also known as karam dosa, is a popular street food from Andhra Pradesh. Super thin and crispy dosas are smeared with special red chilli chutney and sprinkled with garlic-gram flour. Click here for the complete recipe.
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4. Bun Parotta
Next up is this unique recipe called bun parotta. This recipe is a famous street food from Madurai which is usually paired with any delicious curry. The bun parotta has the shape of a bun and is also fluffier than the usual Malabar parotta. For the full recipe, click here.
5. Kothu Parotta
Here we bring you another parotta recipe. It's one of the tastiest South Indian street food items you can sample - steaming hot, bursting with flavours (often fiery) and a meal by itself with bread, eggs and meat thrown in. Click here for the complete recipe.
Now that you know the recipes, try them at home to enjoy the flavours of authentic South Indian street-style snacks and let us know which one you liked the most in the comment section below. For more such articles, stay tuned!