South Indian Recipes

'South Indian' - 105 Recipe Result(s)

  • Poha Idli

    The poha idli is simple to make and has a fluffy texture, just like the regular rice idli. You can quickly whip up the batter of poha idli with everyday home ingredients, and trust us, ...

  • Nuchinunde dumplings

    Nuchinunde dumplings This common south Indian breakfast recipe is non-oily and high in proteins which makes it the perfect light dish to have in morning.

  • Kozhukattais

    Kozhukattais is a South Indian delicacy, it is a sweet dumpling made of rice flour dough and coconut-jaggery stuffing. Also known as the South Indian modak, this sweet dish is traditional prepared as an offering ...

  • Chicken Kondattam

    Chicken Kodattam is just the quick chicken starter you need to spruce all your boring meals, it is spicy, slurpy and South Indian, what else could we ask for? Try it out!

  • Sooji Appam

    If you want to indulge in the goodness of semolina and South Indian food on the same hand then make this instant sooji appam recipe. It is healthy, delicious and super easy to make.

  • Paal Poli

    Paal Poli is an authentic South Indian dessert made with deep fried semolina puri soaked in sweet saffron milk.

  • Chicken Keema Idli

    Chicken keema is an ultimate non-vegetarian inclusion to the South Indian cuisine list. This recipe is not just unique but also quite healthy.

  • Mango Chicken Curry

    Traditionally referred to as pacha manga curry, it is a combination of coconut, curry leaves, mustard seeds, raw mango and tender, juicy pieces of chicken.

  • Tomato and fenugreek chutney

    About Tomato and Fenugreek chutney : This is a special and unique chutney recipe which has bursting flavours of fenugreek (methi) seeds and tangy tomato. You can enjoy this chutney with dosa, idli, vada, rice ...

  • South Indian Fish Curry In White Gravy

    About South Indian Fish Curry In White Gravy Recipe: A flavourful, fiery south-style fish curry in a comforting coconut milk gravy! You can pair this fish curry with steamed rice for a wholesome meal.

  • South Indian-Style Aloo Rasedar

    About South Indian-Style Aloo Rasedar Recipe: A wholesome and delicious aloo sabzi with flavourful spices to pair with crispy puris!

  • Ashoka Halwa

    About Ashoka Halwa Recipe: A quick and easy south Indian version of moong dal halwa made without milk. Ashoka halwa is a delicious dessert to treat your sweet cravings.

  • Banana Coconut Idli

    About Banana Coconut Idli Recipe: A delicious, sweet twist to the classic idli, banana and coconut idli is a quick and easy recipe to try for you next morning meal.

  • Inji Puli

    About Inji Puli Recipe: A delicious, sweet and sour ginger chutney from the state of Kerala. Made with piquant ginger, sweet jaggery, tangy tamarind along with a host of other spices. A mouth watering accompaniment ...

  • Ragi Dosa

    About Ragi Dosa Recipe: Dosa is a comfort food and loved by everyone! This one here is a healthy alternative to the usual Dosas with a combination of two flours, specially curated for diabetics by ...

  • Instant Rava Dosa

    About Instant Rava Dosa Recipe: A perfect dish for all occasions. Just 30 minutes and simple ingredients, you can have this amazing dosa for your lunch, dinner or breakfast meal. And when we say 'instant', ...

  • Samak Dosa

    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. ...

  • Oats Uttapam

    About Oats Uttapam: This delicious recipe of Oats Uttapam is an easy and quick recipe to make for breakfast or a brunch get together. The one amazing dish to surely steal the thunder out ...

  • Easy Coconut Rice

    About Easy Coconut Rice Recipe | Rice Recipe: This Coconut Rice recipe is one of our favourite South Indian food, easily made at home using fresh coconut. An aroma of curry leaves and fresh coconut ...

  • Coconut Chutney

    Coconut chutney is the most common chutney found in the South Indian cuisine. It goes particularly with Idli, Dosa and Vada. There are many variations of coconut chutney made from Urad Dal or Moong Dal.

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