Samak Dosa is the most easy and low-calorie dish that can be prepared and savoured during fasting. The Dosa is made from Samak Ke Chawal and Singhare ka Aata, which can be eaten during fasts. ...
This classic Malabar Fish Biryani can be devoured at all times. Enjoy the delicious taste of this ever-charming dish.
A simple yet delicious preparation with easily available ingredients. Raw bananas and urad daal even out the spiciness of fiery chillies and team up with other ingredients to create this scrummy treat.
An easy to make, simple preparation straight from South India. A heartwarming mix of spices cooked with coconut and raw bananas.
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.
This deep-fried chicken delicacy is always a popular choice at home or at restaurants, no matter what the season or occasion.
Low in fat yet high on flavours! Here is an excellent uttapam recipe with an add on healthiness. Bite on the goodness of soy coupled with fresh veggies and terrific spices.
A handful of ingredients is all that you need to create these magical, feather-like appams!
King fish or surmai wrapped in a freshly made Mangalorean masala and steamed in banana leaves.
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.
There is a popular perception that South Indian food is only vegetarian. These 7 incredible dishes shatter that perception, and how!
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.
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.
From Malabar Fish Biryani and Chettinad Chicken to Avial and Okra Pulusu, we present our 10 best South Indian dinner recipes.
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.
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.
One of the most loved South Indian snacks that can be seen across the various southern states is paniyaram, also known as paddu or ponganalu.
Almost all raitas across the South are cooked with a tempering (with ingredients like dried red chilli, mustard seeds, urad dal in the mix) process. Here are a few recipes...
Looking for interesting variations to add to your repertoire of snack recipes? We present our 10 best South Indian snacks 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.