South Indian
by Foodie #565456
6 recipes


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Recipe# 32844
01 Jan 1999
This original Tarla Dalal recipe can be viewed for free
Appam ( How To Make Appam ) 
by Tarla Dalal
Appam is a famous dish from the keralite repertoire of south indian cooking. This recipe is an easy-to-make, instant version of the otherwise tough-to-make dish. Since yeast is used, the batter need not be fermented for long unlike the traditional version. Serve appam with slightly-sweetened coconut ....
Recipe# 194
03 May 13
This original Tarla Dalal recipe can be viewed for free
Coconut Stew by Tarla Dalal
Appam is served with coconut stew, delicately flavoured with coconut and spices.
Recipe# 32928
13 Sep 14
This original Tarla Dalal recipe can be viewed for free
Mysore Dosa by Tarla Dalal
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This is a variation to a dosa. This dosa gives a nice tangy flavour which will leave your mouth watering for some more.
Recipe# 32846
01 Jan 1999
This original Tarla Dalal recipe can be viewed for free
Neer Dosa ( How To Make Neer Dosa ) by Tarla Dalal
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A dish made out of rice, unique to the region of dakshin kannada and udipi district. The word 'neer' means water. The dish is named so as the batter is wattery. Serve with chutney or sambhar or for a change with jaggery mixed with grated coconut.
Recipe# 35079
18 Oct 10
This original Tarla Dalal recipe can be viewed for free
Oats Mutter Dosa ( Fibre Rich Recipe ) by Tarla Dalal
This instant dosa batter is packed with protein and fibre. Oats must be consumed daily for its high content of soluble fibre ‘beta-glucan’, a potent blood sugar and cholesterol-lowering agent. The addition of urad dal and carrots make the dosas rich in protein and vitamin a too. Prepare this instant ....
Recipe# 1654
16 Feb 13
This original Tarla Dalal recipe can be viewed for free
Tomato Chutney ( Idli and Dosas) 
by Tarla Dalal
A tangy accompaniment, tomato chutney goes well with idli, dosa, appe, and even chapathi or puri. A balanced dose of onion, curry leaves and red chillies gives it a spicy feel that complements bland dishes quite well.
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