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Index 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

South Indian Recipes……...3 Idli……………………………..4 Sambar……………………….5 Snacks………………………..6 Sweet and savories………...7 South Indian Tempering…...8 Conclusion…………………...9


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South Indian Recipes Dishes from south India are not only delicious to eat but also nourishing and easily digestible. Rice is the staple food of South India, where coconut and spices are often used in abundant to bring out the brilliant blend of flavor, seasoning, nutrition and taste.


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Idli

● Popular south Indian Breakfast ● Made with fermented rice and lentils ● The fermentation process breaks down the starches so that they are easily metabolized by the body. ● Fermentation increases the Bio-availability of proteins and vitamin content of the food. ● Steamed food, so fat content is low


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Sambar

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Is a lentil-based vegetable stew, cooked with dal and tamrind The mix of herbs and spices increases the health benefit of sambar High fiber food Rich in vitamins and minerals Good for digestion, and immunity.


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Snacks ● ● ● ● ●

Snacks are an integral part of south Indian recipes They are enjoyed mostly in the evening with a cup of hot tea or coffee Kerala - Unniyappam, Bonda, Vada, etc Deep-fried snacks - urad dal bonda, vada, etc. Jar snacks - kai murukku, chakli, Omapodi etc.


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Sweet and Savouries


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South Indian Tempering If you want to cook south Indian recipes, your kitchen needs to be stock rice, masalas, cooking oils, ghee, tamarind. Most importantly, your kitchen needs to be equipped with mustard seeds, chilies, fenugreek seeds, coriander seeds, cumin seeds, sesame seeds, broken urad, and chana dal, as these are commonly used in south Indian dishes. The different combinations of these ingredients are used to make south Indian curries. The method and proportions of these masalas give each dish a different flavor even if the same ingredients are used.


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Conclusion South Indian cuisine is known for its vibrant spices, herbs, and variety of flavors. Indian cuisine is rich in nutritious food like grain, lentils, Vegetables, Dairy and fruits. ​Spices such as turmeric, fenugreek, coriander, ginger and cumin are at the forefront of traditional dishes, adding rich flavor and nutritional benefits. Turmeric, one of the most popular spices used in India, is known for it’s anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and anticancer properties. Cooking more meals at home will allow you to save money and experiment in the kitchen. Easy Spicy helps you to learn interesting recipes. Join and cook with us.

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