A soft and spongy variant of the famous South Indian dish called Dosa, is Set Dosa. Set Dosa has features of both dosa and uttapams. They are called Set Dosa, because they are usually served in a set of 3 dosas. They are very easy to make and are served with coconut chutney and sambhar, or peanuts chutney and sambhar.
Curd Rice is a dish famous across the southern states of India. It is usually served at the end of the main course meal because it helps is easing out the effect of spices used in main dishes. It is also known for aiding in digestion.
Rawa or Suji ka Upma is a famous breakfast dish in the South India and Maharashtra. It can be made in very little oil and with the use of a variety of green vegetables.
Masala Dosa is a crisp, healthy and mouth watering dish that had its origin in the South India. It is served as everyday meal along with sambhar and nariyal ki chutney and is also a famous street food across the country.
Uttapam is healthy breakfast dish that originated in the southern India. It is a thick pancake like variant of dosa with toppings cooked in the batter.
Naariyal ki Chutney is a must have side dish or condiment with Idli, Dosa, Uttapam, sambhar vada and even cooked rice in South Indian cuisines.
The accompanimanent of Dosas and Idlis is tasty, healthy and flavorful sambhar. Less oil, home made masala and vegetables make it a healthy dish of the South Indian cuisine.
Idli Sambhar is a tempting and healthy South Indian dish. Rich in protein and carbohydrates this dish is a famous breakfast and dinner option.
A tasty breakfast or snack that is does not involve long hours of preparation, but is made instantly by allowing the batter to rest only for 20-30 minutes. A delicious variant of the traditional Masala Dosa to be enjoyed with Hari Chutney or Peanuts Chutney or Nariyal ki chutney and Sambhar.
Pumpkin Pakoda is a totally awesome snack, ideal to have with hot tea or coffee in the evening. It is very easy and quick to make and is an amazing blend of mildly sweet soft core surrounded with crispy fried layer of spices. Dip them in a bowl of a spicy chutney and enjoy them hot & fresh.
A tasty breakfast or snack that is does not involve long hours of preparation, but is made instantly by allowing the batter to rest only for 20-30 minutes. A savory and delectable variant of the traditional Dosa that does not need an accompaniment.
A special twist to the regular Dosa recipe is Con-cheese Dosa, which is made with a special stuffing of sweet corn and generous amount of cheese. Kids love this dish and it can be served as breakfast or as snack.
Coconut Rice or Coconut Chawal is a traditional rice recipe of Southern India. The mildly spiced rice and its satiating flavor is mouth-watering and is sure to satisfy your hunger.
Mysore Masala Dosa is a classic variant of the traditional Dosa dish of the South Indian Cuisine. Spiced up with podi or red chutney and stuffed with spicy aloo stuffing masala this dosa is an ultimate lip-smacking dish. It can be made for breakfaste or snacks.
Onion Cheese Uttapam is healthy and tasty breakfast dish that originated in the southern India. It is a thick pancake like variant of dosa with onion, chiili and cheese toppings cooked in the batter.
Rawa Dosa is a tasty and healthier variation of the famous Dosa from the South-Idnia. You do not need to ferment the batter overnight. It can be made instantly by allowing the batter to rest only for 20-30 minutes. It tastes good with Hari Chutney or Peanuts Chutnay or Nariyal ki chutney and Sambhar.