Bele saaru or rasam is a very easy to cook and popular dish in South India and it is best served with rice. Bele saaru is a traditional South Indian dish which is made from tamarind juice, tomatoes and tamarind. During rainy seasons, it can be had as a hearty soup.
Aamras is a very popular and delicious dessert made with mangoes, sugar and milk. It is a good accompaniment for puris and parathas. Aamras is a famous dessert in Rajasthani cuisine and Maharashtra and Gujarat homes, especially during festivities.
A traditional dish of Karnataka made of vegetables, curd and coconut. It is prepared on festivals and special occasions.
Chana dal vada is a South Indian snack prepared from split bengal gram or chana dal and mixed with spices. It is also called as ambode in Kannada or paruppu vada in Tamil. Ambode is one of the main side dishes prepared during festivals and other special occasions in Karnataka. It is a type of fried lentil balls flavoured with coconut, curry leaves, red chillies and asafoetida.
Rice chana dal kheer is a delicious dessert made from rice, bengal gram and jaggery and a very popular sweet dish in Karnataka. It is called akki kadlebele payasa in Kannada and prepared on festive occasions. This kheer is served in temples too. Rice chanadal kheer is also very simple and easy to make and
DRUMSTICK SAMBAR Drumstick sambar or murungakkai sambar is a traditional south indian curry using drumsticks, lentils and indian spices. It is a very essential and commonly used side dish for rice, idlis and dosas in South India. Drumsticks added to sambar gives a sweet and unique flavor to the dish. Drumsticks are said to be
SHAVIGE UPPITTU OR VERMICELLI UPMA Vermicelli upma is a very simple and delicious breakfast dish made with vermicelli, onions and tomatoes. You can add your own choice of vegetables like carrot or peas to make it even more nutritious. It is high on fibre and low on calories. Preparation time : 10 minutes Cooking