Top Five South Indian Foods You Must Try

Top Five South Indian Foods You Must Try

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But first of all, we want to explain to you what south Indian cuisine is like and what kind of food you are going to try in all states of the country. In India, the first thing that stands out is the flavor of spices and condiments, always perfectly combined to enhance the delicious taste of the dishes.

Some of the most characteristic Indian flavors are cayenne, clove, ginger, cardamom, or saffron that are popular worldwide. With a mixture of these and other spices, you can get the famous Garam Masala or curries that, after all, are the perfect mix of various condiments.

In Indian cuisine you will find all kinds of stews and legumes, rice and vegetables are also widely used, always with curries or masalas. A truly exotic flavor that is sometimes accompanied by chai (tea), one of the country’s star beverages that is also served with spices and aromatic herbs.

Today, here we are going to talk about the top five South Indian foods that have left everyone amazed. Yes, you heard the right. You have not tried yet you must try them. The delicious taste of these South Indian Dishes can never be forgotten.

  • Idli Sambar

Idli is a traditional, savory Indian cake that is a popular breakfast item in numerous South Indian households, although it is one of the favorite breakfasts of many states in the country. It is made with a batter consisting of fermented lentils and rice, which is then steamed. It is usually served with hot sambar and coconut chutneys. See here idli Sambar Recipe

  • Masala Dosa

Masala Dosa is a south Indian food that is famous worldwide. Found in many varieties and are similar to crepes, they’re made from fermented batter of rice and black gram. Thin, crispy, and stuffed with fried onion and potato, dosas are served hot with Sambar, a light spicy soup that’s perfect for dipping, and an assortment of chutneys (sauces), condiments made from coconut, tomato, mint, etc.

  • Upma

Upma is one of the popular south Indian dishes which can be served both at breakfast and dinner times. It is a kind of thick porridge made from dry-roasted semolina or coarse rice flour. It comes in South Indian Food Recipes. Vegetables, spices, beans, curry leaves, and groundnuts are added to make many variations of it. Popular in many states of the country, this delicious dish is an ideal option for many Indians at no cost.

  • Uttapam

This exquisite southern food, a little spicy, is known as Indian pizza, and I assure you it is delicious. The dough is made of lentil flour and rice flour, with ginger, and topped with coriander, tomato, onion, and a little chopped green chili. Don’t leave South India without trying it.

  • Vada

You can call it the savory donut of India. Yes. Vada comes in different varieties, both savory and sweet. Vada is made from a grounded batter of legumes that have been soaked in water and seasoned with cumin, onion, curry leaves, or chilies. The donut shape is given to this mixture, then deep-fried, making them crispy outside with a soft, fluffy inside.

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[…] Some of the most characteristic Indian flavors are cayenne, clove, ginger, cardamom, or saffron that are popular worldwide. With a mixture of these and other spices, you can get the famous Garam Masala or curries that, after all, are the perfect mix of various condiments.  […]

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