The Centre on Thursday said that the entire country has now come under the National Food Security Act sway as Kerala and Tamil Nadu too have come on board.
There's no better place to explore Tamil Nadu's vast culinary repertoire than Chennai. It's impossible to draw up an exhaustive list of dishes but our list is a good starting point:
Coimbatore's famous roadside kalan and puttu to Kozhi Urandai (chicken meatballs), every nook and corner of Tamil Nadu has something to offer.
Madurai has long remained one of the cultural hotspots of Tamil Nadu
Thogayal is a traditional delicacy from Tamil Nadu, which tends to resemble a chutney, but has a thicker consistency. Read on for details.
Roadside kaalan is a Coimbatore street food recipe made by using kaalan (mushrooms) along with cabbage and other aromatic spices.
Tamil Nadu boasts of a brilliant variety of delicacies that simmer in its local kitchens. Tamil delicacies range from simple upmas, papads to sensational dosai, uttapam and idlis along with some spicy curries. Chettinad preparations ...
The karandi omelette works really well with biryani or even rice and rasam. It's also a perfect teatime or coffeetime snack for winter or when you need some comfort on a rainy day.
Mapillai samba boasts of a lower glycaemic index (typically 66-70) compared to polished white rice making it more suitable for diabetics. Read on to know how to make Mapillai Samba curd rice.