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Payasam is a classic Indian dessert from South India which is made by boiling milk and sugar with rice,although can be substitute with broken wheat, millet, tapioca, vermicelli, or sweet corn.It is a sweet dish with variety of flavours and is best consumed after a heavy meal.
2 Masala Dosa
A popular South Indian dish, dosa is a delicious comfort food that you can eat in any given course of food. It's origin lies in Udupi, Karnataka.It is loved and savored all over the country and across the world as well. You can have dosa for breakfast, brunch, lunch or even dinner since it is easily digestible, low on calories and extremely appetizing!
Idli is a steamed food, made with with a fermented batter of rice, urad dal and fenugreek seeds. White and fluffy, it is a delight to bite into. It has a mellow flavour and represents the native food of typical south India.
4 Medu Vada
Medu Vada are crispy, fluffy and a delicious Medu Vada that goes very well with coconut chutney or sambar. Medu Vada is one of the easiest snack to make. The combo of vada sambar with coconut chutney is very famous and taste awesome.
5 Lemon Rice
Lemon Rice is a flavorful rice side dish which goes well with any kinds of main course meals. However,lemon rice goes best with seafood meals.It can consumed either as breakfast or lunch and also as dinner.
Sambar is a South Indian dish made with lentils, mixed vegetables, tamarind, herbs, spices & a special spice powder known as sambar powder.It suits best with rice,dosa,idli as well as with Vada.
7 Veg Kurma
Vegetable Kurma is a delicious spiced curry from the Indian Cuisine. Kurma is also called as korma. It is a side dish which acts as a perfect complement to various delicacies like Idli, Dosa, Poori, Chapati.
8 Rava Kesari
Rava kesari is a popular sweet dish from South Indian cuisine made ofrava or suji,ghee,sugar,kesari and nuts. Rava means semolina and kesari means saffron color, the key ingredient that brightens up the dish. It is made often in most house holds due to its simplicity.
9 Coconut Obattu
Kayi obattu is a traditional recipe of Karnataka that people mainly prepare during the festive season. Depending on the state, people may also call it holige, poli, bobbattu or puran poli.It is a very popular dish in Karntaka and other south Indian States.
10 Mysuru Pak
Mysuru Pak is an Indian sweet prepared in ghee.It originated in the city of Mysuru , one of the major cities in the Indian state of Karnataka.It is made of generous amounts of ghee, sugar, gram flour, and often cardamom.It is one of the most delicious dessert in a South Indian course of food.