South Indian Cuisine is spread over Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Telangana and the union territories of Lakshadweep, Pondicherry, and the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Each region comes with its own flavors and you will be surprised that each regional cuisine in south india can be in turn subdivided into small cuisines.

Each of these cuisines have a variety of sabzi recipes, all of them have a unique taste and method of preparation. Coconut, Red Chillies, Urad Dal, Asafoetida, Turmeric Powder and Curry Leaves are some of the most popular ingredients used in the South Indian Sabzi Recipes. The crunch from the Urad dal, along with the addition of coconut makes these sabzi absolutely  delectable. 

In this page you will find a 100+ Collection of South Indian Dry Vegetable Sabzi from TamilNadu Poriyal Recipes, Andhra Curry Recipes, Kerala Thoran Recipes, Karnataka Palya Recipes & more.

Roasted Cauliflower Recipe

Roasted Cauliflower is a very simple but delicious side dish. Cauliflower florets are tossed with some olive oil and spices and then roasted in the oven. The humble vegetable gets an appetising make over as it slightly caramelizes and is sure to please even those who are not fond of it. Roasted cauliflower can be served as a party snack or a side dish with some couscous or quinoa. Serve Roasted Cauliflower as a starter or as a side dish along with Panchmel Dal and Phulkas for a weekday lunch or ...

Kurkuri Bhindi And Onion Masala Recipe

Kurkuri Bhindi And Onion Masala is a go to recipe for your house parties. Simple yet something different, I am sure your guests will love it. Try this twist to your regular bhindi and you will make it again and again. Serve Kurkuri Bhindi And Onion Masala along with Panchmel dal and Phulka for a weekday meal. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Bhindi recipes such as Dahi Bhindi Recipe Bhindi Masala Recipe Ajwain Tamatar Bhindi Recipe

Amrood Ni Kari Recipe (Parsi Style Dry Guava Curry Recipe)

Amrood Ni kari ( Parsi Style Dry Guava Curry) is a twist to the normal Indian subzis that use vegetables. In this recipe, we have incorporated spice into the guava fruit by making it as a curry. The guavas are pressure cooked so that we get soft but still a firm texture. The recipe has been inspired from Parsi Cuisine, the cuisine has a lot of techniques used while cooking but one of the most famous methods is their pressure cooking techniques, which helps to build the flavour and ...

Chena Vazhakkai Erissery Recipe ( Yam Stir fry with Coconut & Spices)

Chena Vazhakkai Erissery is a healthy vegetable made from raw bananas and yam. The Erissery is a traditional dish from the Kerala that is flavored with coconut, black pepper, cumin, and turmeric. It is also served during the Onam Sadya, a meal that is made during the Onam festival of Kerala. Serve Chena Vazhakkai Erissery with steamed rice and Tomato Rasam for wholesome weekday lunch.  Did you know: Yams are one of carbohydrate rich, staple tuber vegetables of West African ...

Kathirikai Podi Curry Recipe (Roasted Brinjal with Spices)

Kathirikai Podi Curry Recipe is a very traditional South Indian style vegetable made from roasted brinjals also known as aubergine or eggplant. The spice powder varies from home to home and most often the sambar powder is used along with a little cinnamon powder. The Brinjal Podi Curry recipe is a quick and easy vegetable for a weeknight dinner. Serve Kathirikai Podi Curry hot accompanied by steamed rice, smeared with a spoonful of ghee. If you are looking for more Brinjal recipes here ...

Idichakka Thoran Recipe (Young Jack Fruit With Spiced Coconut)

The Idichakka Thoran Recipe is a super healthy and high in fiber vegetable that is a speciality dish of South India. The young fruit is called "Polos" in Sri Lanka, and ‘Idichakka” in Kerala and "Panasa Pottu Koora" in Andhra. The skin of unripe young jack fruit must be shaved off first, only after which the edible portion is chopped to be cooked and eaten. The young jackfruit has a mild flavour and distinctive texture and when combined with spices like green chillies and coconut, ...

Vatanyacha Phadna Recipe (Sugar Snap Peas Stir Fry)

The Vatanyacha Phadna Recipe is a simple stir fry of the Sugar Snap Peas. Spring brings fresh sugar snap peas into the season and Vatanyacha Phadna is a simple and delicate dish that makes the most of these jade beauties. Black pepper adds a punch to this recipe,  while the caramelised pods sprinkled with grated coconut yield a sweeter taste. You can also make the dish from petit pois or any other variety of tender, sweet peas. Serve Vatanyacha Phadna with Khandeshi Dal and Phulkas ...

Maharashtrian Bharleli Vaangi Recipe (Stuffed Roasted Aubergines)

Stuffed aubergines, bharwan baingan or as we call this dish in Marathi ‘bharleli vaangi’ are delicious whichever name you choose. My aubergine averse better half is now a convert, thanks to this recipe.  This recipe can be baked in an oven as well. Try use small, firm and gleaming aubergines for the recipe. The small rounds ones work just as well, but my personal favourites are the slim and tapered variety for best results in the sauté pan. Did you know: Eggplant is a very good source ...

Baale Dindu Kadale Kaalina Palya (Banana Stem Curry With Chickpeas Recipe)

Baale Dindu Kadale Kaalina Palya is South Indian Style Banana Stem Curry With Chick Peas Recipe. Select a banana stem which has a thin rind. Usually, the thinner the rind of the stem, tender is the banana stem. This banana stem curry is a healthy recipe since banana stem prevents the formation of kidney stones and is naturally fibrous to promote digestion. Banana stem pairs well with Kadale Kaalu or chickpeas and the flavors are subtle in this curry with fewer spices. Pair Baale ...

     
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