FAMOUS SOUTH INDIAN DISHES
The different regions of India offer their own specialty food dishes. In South India,
breakfast items are very popular and some eat it as lunch, dinner, or even as a
snack. South Indian food is mainly known for its flow, smell, and the irresistible
taste that can be found all across the world. Be it the perfect combination of
crispiness and nutty aroma in dosa or the Hyderabad biryani served directly from
the clay pot – any dish you try here is a joy to eat. Dishes from the South are not only
delicious to eat but also nourishing and digestible. Rice is the staple food of South
India, where lentils, coconuts, and spices are often used in abundance to bring out
the brilliant blend of flavor, seasoning, nutrition, taste, and appearance in the
Below are few South Indian dishes to try if you have the chance to come upon a
South Indian restaurant. You won’t regret it!
Sambar is a popular curry dish prepared with a tamarind-based broth, lentils, and
vegetables. It originates from Tamil Nadu, but it is also very popular in Sri Lanka
and throughout South India. The dish is traditionally served with steamed rice or
various Indian flatbreads.
Masala dosa is the most popular South Indian dish loved by people across the world.
It is found all over India and in a few overseas countries. The dish is listed as
number 49 on “World’s 50 Most Delicious food.
Idli is a small, white, spongy cake made out of lentils and rice. It is usually served
with sambar, chutney, and or ghee. It is another popular breakfast item in India.
Many people enjoy it as a snack.
Pulihora is a popular south Indian dish that can easily be found in the states of
Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, and Karnataka. It consists of rice, turmeric,
tamarind, curry leaves, coriander, ginger, and green chilies. Additionally, yellow
lentils, roasted sesame seed powder, and mustard seeds can be added to
enhance the already rich flavors of the dish