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Scrumptious South Indian Dishes That You Would Never Want to Miss!!

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Indian food is full of complimentary flavors and presentations, we tend to have a very soft spot for delicious food and we are fortunate enough to have a variety of unique dishes with delicious tastes. Taste blend is one of the best south Indian restaurants in Edmonton


Food is an important part of Indian culture and eating a meal with loved ones is an all-around experience, with mouth-watering sides and accompaniments being brought to the table. Indian cuisine is a beautiful representation of the country’s culture and diversity. India is the birthplace of unique diverse flavors. No matter what region you visit in India, you will find that the traditional food is known for its prominent spices and seasoning blends. Spice blends in Indian cooking are generally referred to as garam masala and are unique to each region. Some of the most common spices used in garam masalas are cardamom, chili, turmeric, coriander, and cumin. Garlic, black mustard seeds, and nutmeg are other common ingredients widely used throughout India. The spices used in Indian cuisine are full of flavor and aroma. Each spice has its own unique flavor that contributes to the overall dish. The spices are also very aromatic, which is why Indian food smells so good. The spices used in Indian cuisine are also very healthy. They are full of antioxidants and other nutrients that are good for your health.

India is a vast country with many different cultures, languages, and religions. In this article, we’ll take a culinary tour of India’s southern states and explore some of their most popular dishes.

  1. Dosa –

    Thin and crispy rice and lentil crepes, called dosas, are traditionally served with sambar and coconut chutney. There are many other variations of the dosa, including the masala dosa which has a filling of spiced potatoes, and the paneer dosa which has a generous layer of spicy paneer.

  2. Idli –

    Idli is one of the most popular and healthiest breakfasts. Soft and spongy idlis are everyone’s favorite and are a great source of protein and vitamins. The secret of the softness of  idli lies in the consistency and grinding of the batter.

  3. Appam –

    Appam is a type of pancake. It is made with fermented rice batter and coconut milk. Appam is common in Kerala, Sri Lanka, and Tamil Nadu. It is most often eaten for breakfast or dinner. Plain appam or Vella appam are bowl-shaped thin pancakes made from fermented rice flour.

  4. Kerala Parotta –

    Kerala Parotta is a delicacy from the state of Kerala. This south Indian dish is similar to lacchha parotta which is made of maida and needs more kneading to make a soft dough. The soft and crunchy neverending inner layers makes this Parotta really yummy!

  5. Meen pollichathu –

    This is a Kerala-style dish that is first cooked in coconut oil and then wrapped in a banana leaf (vazhayila). Karimeen, the pearl spot fish, is traditionally featured in this dish. The flavor penetrates well into the fish, and the aroma of the banana leaf is divine. The fish is first marinated with a hearty marinade and then pan-fried before being coated in a fiery masala and tightly wrapped in a banana leaf. It is then grilled to combine all the flavors.

  6. Rasam –

    No South Indian meal is complete without Rasam This is a simple appetizer recipe that will make you hungrier. Just divine is how Rasam, a popular South Indian recipe, tastes. Tomato, curry leaves, and asafoetida powder are its key ingredients. This spicy and tangy soup is different from other regional drinks in India.

  7. Dum Biriyani – 

    Any occasion is the perfect occasion for a Classic Dum biryani. Cooking long-grain basmati rice and assorted vegetables in alternate layers under dum gives you a final dish that is a treat to all of your senses. This vegetable biryani recipe is perfect because the whole spices, fragrant rice, nutritious veggies, and aromatic saffron blend together perfectly.


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