About Ven Pongal Recipe | Pongal Recipe: This traditional South Indian breakfast is simply amazing! It's light, delicious and goes beautifully with both sambhar and chutney.
About Southern Style Okra Recipe: A south inspired dish with lady fingers, coconut and a few spices, Southern style okra is perfect for a light lunch paired with chapati. This is a quick and easy ...
About Khatkhate Recipe: A delectable Konkan curry with coconut, toor dal, vegetables and tirphal, Khatkhati is a delight to relish during the winter season! To top it all, it uses absolutely no oil.
About Microwave Sambar Recipe: A quintessential south Indian recipe made at home in a microwave. This sambar is packed with the healthy arhar dal with the delicious whole red chilli, tamarind pulp and sambar masala, ...
South Indian cuisine is considered to be one of the healthiest regional cuisines in the country.
South Indian Curries: South Indian cuisine boasts of some of the most delicious dishes in the Indian cuisine. Here are 11 best curries from the region that you just can't miss!
South Indian cuisine is much beyond the staple of idli dosa, it also boasts of a gamut of sweet treats that are simply irresistible.
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.
ith its five states, South Indian cuisine is extremely different from it North Indian counterpart and needless to say their cuisines are rooted in local history and culture.
South Indian breakfast breads are aplenty and varied. Here we have 10 of the best south Indian breads that you just can't miss!
Vada curry is a popular south Indian curry that one can pair with everything from dosa and idli to appam or rice. Here is how you can easily make it at home.
Sonam Kapoor Ahuja always keeps her fans updated with glimpses of her food shenanigans on Instagram. Keeping up the trend, she recently revealed what she loves the most in South Indian cuisine!
Sambar as we know it today may have actually originated in the kitchens of the Thanjavur Marathas.
The first thing I learnt about Telangana food busted a big myth - the cuisine is not as spicy as Andhra Food.