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South Indian cuisine refers to the cuisines of four states of India i.e. Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. South Indian food is known for its taste and wide range of options and is extremely popular among both vegetarian and non-vegetarian food lovers in India. Popular south Indian dishes are idli, dosa and sambhar. These are savoured amoung households in India.
Rice is the staple food in most parts of south India. No south Indian meal is complete without rice in some form or the other. South Indian food is perhaps the spiciest food among all Indian cuisines. Rice, grains, vegetables and lentils form a standard south Indian meal and are eaten with chutneys, pickles and papads.
Usually coconut oil is used for cooking and frying but sometimes vegetable oils like sunflower and canola are also used. Ghee is mostly poured over rice during special occasion dishes. Some of the most important spices and ingredients used to prepare south Indian food are tamarind, mustard, curry leaves, chillies, fenugreek seeds, pepper and asafetida.
South Indians are generally coffee lovers. Madras filter coffee is a sweet milky coffee famous in Tamil Nadu. It is usually served in a unique coffee mug called a tumbler.
Some of the most famous south Indian dishes are idlis, vadas, dosas, uttapams, payasam, rasam and sambhar.
Andhra Pradesh: Andhra food is known to be the spiciest among all south Indian cuisines and is very popular all over India. One of the most favored dishes is Hyderabadi biriyani. Andhra food is specially known for its non-vegetarian dishes. Dosa, upma,pulihara, chekkalu, pulusu and chaaru are some of the popular offerings. Usually hyderabadi foods are eaten along with chutneys and pickles.
Kerala: Kerala meals are usually served on banana leaves. Kerala is known for its abundance of coconuts. Therefore, grated coconut and coconut milk are widely used in dishes and curries. Kerala cuisine is famous for its traditional meal known as Sadhya, which is a vegetarian meal served with boiled rice and a variety of side dishes. Payasam is the most popular dessert and is served along with Sadhya. Kerala cuisine also has a great variety of pickles and chutneys which are eaten along with the food.
Karnataka: Karnataka cuisine consists of many vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. Udupi is one of the most renowned cuisines originating from Karnataka and is said to be the origin of "masala dosa". This can also be seen from the fact that there are a lot of Udupi restaurants all over India. Some of the popular items offered are bisibele bhath, jola roti, idli, ragi rotti, masala dosa, paalya and gojju. Mysore pak, dharwad peda and chiroti are well known sweets.
Tamil Nadu: Tamil Nadu cuisine is known for its distinct taste and flavor. Rice and legumes form an important part of this cuisine. Chettinad cuisine is one of the most popular cuisines originating from the Chettinad region of Tamil Nadu. It consists of dishes like aapam and uttapam. A full course meal in Tamil Nadu is known as "Sappadu" and it includes dishes which are served on a banana leaf in a particular sequence. Idli, dosai, puliyodarai, sambhar, rasam, iddiyapam, aapam and kottu are some of the most popular dishes.
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