Here is a list of top 10 most popular & famous dishes from south India-
It’s literally the king of all dosas! Listed as one of the world’s most sumptuous food, a masala dosa simply never fails to impress its consumer! Now with Rishta bringing you readymade idli and dosa batter re-create this classic at home without any hassle.
Paal payasam is all about happy ending desert. It’s a sweet end to a perfect meal. It’s basically a delicious rice and milk pudding with cashews and raisins.
Originally an Andhra dish it has cinnamon, cardamom, onions, mind-blowing gongura leaves, garlic, chilli and some chopped coriander- that’s all it takes to make this mouth-watering dish.
Coorgi Pandi Curry
Basically a spicy pork curry cooked in fenugreek seeds, cumin seeds, pepper, curry leaves and a strong mixture of other Coorgi masalas, this dish is bound to leave you with a taste you will never forget.
Full of flavour and various bold masalas, this dish will simply leave your family and guests satisfied to their core. It is made from a gorgeous melange of onions, tomatoes, cinnamon sticks, cloves, cumin, curry leaves along with a rich coconut-y paste.
Konju Varutharaccha Curry (Kerala Prawn Curry)
Juicy prawns cooked in a coconut curry. This Malabar curry will definitely knock your socks off & leave you asking for more!
Meen Murringakka Curry
A sardine fish curry made with tamarind, coconut, shallots and red chillis, which is served with steamed rice, this dish is a complete sensation for its consumers.
Chicken Stew with Appams
Appam has a soft and thick center with a paper thin crust outside. It can be paired with almost anything including chicken stew. Chunks of chicken bathed in a beautifully spiced and dreamy coconut gravy is simply mouth-watering when served steaming hot.
Andhra Style Chicken Curry
A fiery curry cooked in Andhra style with ginger-garlic paste, curry leaves, cinnamon, chicken masala along with the most mouth-watering cashew and poppy seed paste.
It is a Hyderbadi speciality which is definitely in the list of must try. Meat cooked with piquant spices, curd, butter and saffron, tossed in semi cooked rice and garnished with cucumbers is among the most famous South Indian dishes.