There is a popular perception that South Indian food is only vegetarian. These 7 incredible dishes shatter that perception, and how!
South Indian food offers a wide variety of dishes. From idli, dosai, uthapam to paniyaram and appam, south Indian food has it all. One such popular variety of dosai in south India is kal dosai
Chennai's food scene has gone truly global, but in this piece, we put the spotlight on 10 dishes that the city can call its own even though some of them might not have necessarily originated ...
The thuvayal is a popular dish across Tamil Nadu and works equally well mixed with rice and as an accompaniment for dosa. It's a quick substitute for sambar, essentially the first course with rice. It's ...
Padmanabham is one restaurant which is truly a gateway to a gamut of South Indian culinary experiences. The fare ranges beyond classic South Indian.
Monsoon and good food are synonymous to each other. One such comfort food that can help you deal with those cravings and eat your way to happiness is the delectable combination of rasam papad
Coconut chutney: A side dish or a main dish? Well, we are sure the answer to that question isn't that tough to answer because this simple delectable 'side dish' has a lot of subtle flavours ...
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.
Udupi might be a tiny town north of Mangalore in Karnataka, but it is a haven for South Indian food lovers. Here are some local South Indian dishes you should try.
Avial is one of the oldest dishes of our country; its history can be traced back to the times of Mahabharata.