Popular South Indian Dishes To Try 


Chicken Chettinad 

Chicken Chettinad, a tantalising recipe from the Chettinad region of Tamil Nadu, has stood the test of time, being passed down through generations. It has carved a niche for itself as one of the most popular dishes  in South India.

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Chicken 65​

Chicken 65, a popular dish in Indian cuisine, is known for its vibrant red color. The color is derived from the red chilies used in its preparation, which not only add to its aesthetic appeal but also enhance  its flavor.

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Uttapams, a popular South Indian dish, are made more appetising with the addition of various toppings. These include chopped coconut, carrot, onion, chilies,  and tomato. 

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Masala dosas, a popular South Indian dish, are prepared by spreading a batter of fermented rice and lentils on a pan. The inside is filled with aloo sabzi, a type of potato curry. In addition to the traditional masala dosa, numerous other varieties such as rawa, tomato, and cheese are now available for tasting.

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Hyderabadi Biryani

Hyderabadi Biryani, a popular South Indian dish, is renowned for its exceptional taste and diverse flavors. This meal is a fusion of Persian and  Mughlai cuisines.

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Appam And Ishtu 

Appam, a light and fluffy dish similar to crepes, is a cherished delicacy in South India. The recipe involves a batter made from fermented rice flour and coconut milk. This dish is best relished with ishtu, a popular accompaniment.

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Many South Indian households enjoy idlis, soft and fluffy ivory-coloured pancakes, as a staple part of their breakfast.

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Puttu And Kadala Curry 

A popular Keralan delicacy often served with Kadala is Puttu. Puttu is a rice dish that is steamed and shaped by filling it into cylindrical metal moulds. The Kadala dish, known for its spicy and sour flavours, primarily includes black peas, curry leaves, and coconut milk.

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Curd Rice

Curd rice, a staple dish hailing from Andhra Pradesh, offers a delightful blend of tangy and salty flavours. The recipe involves a straightforward process of combining flavoured yoghurt or curd  with cooked rice.

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