It's time for traditional sweets and savouries that are shared during celebratory meals through Diwali season. Here're traditional South Indian sweets for you to try.
From the creamy Rava Kesari to the ghee-enriched Mysore Pak, there are many marvellous southern creations that can make any sweet lover get hooked for life.
A traditional fried snack from Kerala, Sukhiyan has a unique sweet flavour that is sure to please our taste buds.
One of the most popular and traditional desserts from Tamil Nadu is Kozhakattai, Modakam or Modagam, which is also similar to that of Maharashtrian Modaks.
If you are new to cooking, try making this easy and simple ney appam - a delicious and sweet delicacy from down south.
Move over rasgulla and jalebis, these 7 South Indian desserts are here to win some hearts.
Said to have originated from Mysore, this square-shaped dessert is typically made by combining ghee with milk, sugar and gram flour (besan).
Banana appam is a traditional sweet dish popular in South India. Needing just 5 key ingredients, you can easily prepare them yourself.
Palkova or paal kova is Tamil for milk khoa, a sweet that doesn't have its origins in the state. That's what makes its GI tag particularly interesting.
Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone are spending some time at Deepikas parents' place in Bengaluru, and Ranveer took this opportunity to enjoy a regional delicacy.