Top Rated South Indian Recipes

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sanjayndalal@gmail.com (Tarla Dalal)
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Annabel Langbein
A spicy and fragrant stew of potatoes, carrots, tomatoes, coconut, and spinach.
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www.epicurean.com
Make the spice mix: To bring out the full flavor of the spices, roast them briefly before grinding them. Leave out the black mustard seeds, which will be used whole in the curry. Put a frying pan over medium heat, and when it's hot, add about a ...
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anon-r1rnyeh5min4@base.google.com (ifood.tv)
Description This layered parotta is one that would keep you going on and on. Try one and you are sure to be hooked on it. Ingredients 3 cups maida ( all purpose flour )1 count egg4 pinches baking powder2 pinches baking soda1/2 tsp salt2 tbsp ...
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www.epicurean.com
1. Stove top method: Pour water and milk in saucepan, bring to boil. Remove saucepan from heat. Add tea bags and cardamon powder. Cover saucepan. Let tea steep for 5 minutes. Sweeten with honey or sugar. 2. Microwave directions: Pour water and milk ...
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Daydream
Lovely with curries, particularly sea-food, this rice dish from Tamil Nadu is seasoned with lightly roasted coconut, cilantro, curry leaves, dried red chillies, and mustard seeds. It also contains a small amount of chana dal and urad dal, which, when roasted, provide a nutty taste and texture. If you cannot obtain fresh coconut, soak 1 1/4 cups of unsweetened, desiccated coconut in warm water (to barely cover) for 1 hour then drain and squeeze dry.
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daisy M
These crispy, spicy fritters are eaten as a snack in south India rather than as an appetizer. It is served with coffee or tea. These are generally made as small pieces and fried so that the fried surface area is more. They taste best when made with onions that have a lower water content such as red onion.
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Tarama
Garbanzo beans, mango, romaine lettuce, pineapple, cucumber, celery, and carrots are seasoned with salt and lemon juice to make a simple and refreshing salad.
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Tarama
This south Indian dish of lentils and pigeon peas is quick, and easy on the stomach.
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Mini Ravindran
Time to indulge in some spicy South Indian niceties !!
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evelyn/athens
Adapted from Roopa Kalyanaraman. If you are an eggplant fan, this will really turn you on. If you’re not, this will make you one. Cooked completely in the microwave, you can have this dish on the table in 15 minutes! Served with steamed rice, it's a great vegetarian meal.
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Daydream
This ginger chutney is typical of Kerala, where it is mostly served for special occasions. Use it to accompany any curry meal. If you can't find fresh coconut, don't worry - just soak 1 1/2 tablespoons of unsweetened desiccated coconut in enough warm water to barely cover it, for an hour, and then proceed with the recipe.
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