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.

Spicy Soya Bhurji Recipe - North Indian Soya Matar Bhurji

The Spicy Soya Bhurji Recipe is an easy protein rich side dish that you can make along with roti or parathas.  The soya chunks are soaked in hot water, squeezed and then blended in a mixer to semi chunky mixture to resemble the scramble. It is then cooked in a onion tomato mixture and flavoured with the chole masala apart from the regular spice powders. The chole masala adds a wonder twist and flavour to the soya chunks. We have also added in some steamed peas to add colour and nutrition ...

Bendakaya Noo Podi Kura Recipe - Ladies Finger With Sesame Spice Powder

Spicy and nutty, Bendakaya Noo Podi Kura Recipe is an aromatic bhindi dry sabzi that is simple to make yet great in flavour. Sauteed bhindi cooked with sesame powder; this homely no fuss recipe is simple and quick to make with everyday ingredients. Here's a great way to enjoy the all-time favourite vegetable bhindi.  Above all, the dish is low in calorie and the fascinating aroma won't make you feel that you are eating a low calorie food. With an interesting tadka, this curry is ...

Cauliflower And Soya Chunks Curry Recipe

Cauliflower is a versatile vegetable. We can make rice, gravies, curries, fries and kurma with cauliflower. Here in this recipe. Cauliflower and Soya Chunks are combined to make a High Protein and Vitamin rich curry. In this recipe, the cauliflower and soya chunks are cooked in a coconut and green chilies masala giving it a great taste and flavor. It is an easy recipe to make, therefore you can make it for your everyday meals.  Serve Cauliflower And Soya Chunks Curry along with Steamed ...

Telangana Style Barada Palya Recipe - Chana Dal Dry Sabzi

Barada Palya Recipe - Chana Dal Dry Sabzi is a delicious Telangana style dry curry made with chana dal and barada literally means Crumble. This is one of those curries made especially by the Telanganites and is more limited to the Vysya community. Barada has been made in our households since generations now. It is made using chana dal being the main ingredient and must admit it is saviour for those times when we are out of veggies as it hardly needs any except for some basic ingredients. This dry ...

Agathi Keerai Recipe

Agathi Keerai Recipe is a delicious preparation of a South Indian dish, where the greens tend to be lightly bitter. The Agathi Keerai is rich in Vitamin, A, Iron and Calcium and helps building strong bones. The Agathi leaves can be consumed in the form of juice or a cooked vegetables to get the maximum benefit. Agathi Keerai can be served with Mixed Vegetable Sambar and Steamed Rice for a weekday lunch. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Vegetarian recipes such as Aloo ...

Pavakkai Poriyal Recipe - Karela Ki Sabzi

Pavakkai Poriyal Recipe is a simple delicious sweet and sour preparation of this super healthy vegetable Bitter gourd. With the addition of amchur powder and jaggery, this karela sabzi becomes more delicious. The best flavours of this Pavakkai Curry (Karela Ki Sabzi) comes from the addition of roasted peanuts and lots of chopped coriander leaves. Did you know:  Asafoetida has lot of medicinal value. According to ayurvedic medicine, it is used for breathing problems including chronic bronchitis ...

Kovakka Thoran (Poriyal) Recipe

The Kovakka Thoran (Poriyal) Recipe is an inspiration of the Kerala dish. You can also add onions to this dish and lots more green chillies. This recipe is without the onions and you can server it either ways. You can serve the Kovakka Thoran (Poriyal) along with Phulka’s or even a Bowl of Steamed Rice and Pumpkin Sambar. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Vegetable Recipes such as Dry Navratan Korma Recipe Goan Style Brinjal Bharta Recipe Odia Chuin Aloo Besara Recipe

Goruchikkudu Kaya With Peanut Podi Recipe - Cluster Beans With Peanut

Goruchikkudu Kaya which is the name for cluster beans in Telugu is a healthy and nutritious legume. It is known as Gavar in hindi, Kothavarangai in Tamil. It is a popular vegetable and goes well with both rice and roti.  Cluster beans have many healthy benefits. It has very high amount of folic acid, calcium, vitamin K, making it a super food during pregnancy. Hypoglycemic properties of cluster beans help in soothing nerves and controlling your diabetes. Goruchikkudu Kaya With Peanut Podi ...

Menthi Vankaya Recipe - Andhra Style Fenugreek Spiced Baingan

Menthi Vankaya is a South Indian Style Baingan Sabzi which is very popular among the Andhra Cuisine. No special occasion is complete without serving this scrumptious curry along with the entire meal. Baby brinjals are cooked with tamarind, cooled, stuffed with spice powder and fried. You have to be very delicate while handling the brinjals not to break them apart. Process feels elaborate but is very simple to make and tastes divine. It is not exaggerating to say you'll crave for more even after ...

Chamadumpa Sabzi Recipe - Andhra Style Dry Baked Masala Arbi

A delicious dry style Arbi made Andhra style, this Chamadumpa Sabzi is made a bit healthier as in this recipe we have baked the Arbi Arbi absorbs the lovely flavours of the Indian spices, making it a yummilicious dish. Here Arbi is boiled and cut into bite size pieces, which is marinated in spice powders and rolled and baked with yet another chana dal spice powder. Baked until it's nice and crispy.  Serve this Chamadumpa Sabzi Recipe, along with Dosakaya Pappu Recipe and Steamed ...

पत्ता गोभी थोरन रेसिपी - Cabbage Thoran/Poriyal Recipe

पत्ता गोभी थोरन रेसिपी एक स्वादिष्ट डिश है जिसे केरला में खाने के साथ बनाया जाता है. यह एक सां रेसिपी है जिसे आप अपने लंच बॉक्स में पराठे के साथ भी पैक कर सकते है. इसमें नारियल और रोज के मसलो का प्रयोग ...

Vazhaipoo Podimas Recipe - Banana Flower Poriyal/ Sabzi

The Vazhaipoo Podimas Recipe is a wholesome and delicious stir fry made from banana flower tossed along with coconut, green chillies and a crunchy tadka with curry leaves.  Vazhaipoo also known as Banana Flower possess  Vitamin A, C, E, fiber, potassium, magnesium and much more - all of which are rich sources of vitamins and minerals. It improves the mood and lessens anxiety due to the magnesium present in banana flowers. Banana flowers helps in menstrual problems and helps in weight ...

Red Capsicum Poriyal Recipe - Red Bell Pepper Stir Fry

Red Capsicum Poriyal is a delicious South Indian style red bell pepper stir fry with coconut. It is spiced with ginger, chilli and coconut mix to add a beautiful flavour to the dish. The ginger amalgamates very well with the crunchy red bell peppers. Bell peppers are a nutritious vegetables to be included in our diets, as it helps in managing weight and also reduces the risk of cancer and heart disease. Coloured bell peppers are usually used in salads or in Chinese recipes, however here is ...

Mixed Vegetable Koora Recipe - Mixed Vegetable Poriyal

Kalle Koora also known as the Mixed Vegetable Koora Recipe is a mixed winter vegetable curry or poriyal specially made during Sankranti festival using the freshly harvested winter vegetables like Sweet potato, Potato, Broad beans, Carrots and Fenugreek leaves.  The cooked vegetables are then seasoned with Nuvvula and kobbari podi (sesame and coconut powders) made by pounding the sesame ladoos made for the Sankranti festival. This recipe for Kalle Koora/Mixed Vegetable Koora Recipe is ...

Pachai Payaru Poriyal Recipe - Green Moong Sprout Poriyal

Pachai Payaru Poriyal Recipe is essentially sprouted green moong that is sprouted and then stir fried with mustard seed and curry leaves made sattvic style with no usage of onion and garlic.  The Pachai Payaru Poriyal gets its refreshing flavours from the pepper powder, freshly squeezed lemon juice and fresh coriander leaves. It is a diabetic friendly recipe and helps in regulating blood sugar levels. Did you know: Moong Sprouts are a high source of nutrients including: manganese, potassium, ...

Carrot Poriyal Recipe - Steamed Carrot Stir Fry

Carrot Poriyal Recipe is a simple, quick stir fry that is packed with the nutrition and taste. This vegetable is a very traditional way of how South Indian's prepare the carrot vegetable to be served as a side dish. A dry vegetable among the South Indian Brahmin community is called a curry. It is steamed carrots seasoned with some mustard, asafoetida and curry leaves. Serve Carrot Poriyal along with Tomato Rasam, Keerai Sambar, Steamed Rice and Elai Vadam for a weekday meal. If you like this ...

Konkani Tendli Sukke Recipe - Ivy Gourd/Tindora Stir Fry

Konkani Tendli Sukke Recipe is a Tindora Stir Fry made Konkani style. Flavoured with a freshly ground masala of coconut and red chillies with the addition of jaggery to add some sweetness and tamarind to add a hint of tart to the dish.  Serve Konkani Tendli Sukke along with Steamed Rice, Konkani Style Southe Koddel Recipe and Konkani Style Sol Kadhi Recipe for a complete konkani lunch or dinner.  If you like this recipe, try our other Tindora / Tendli Recipes ...

Muttaikose Poriyal Recipe - Purple Cabbage Poriyal

The Purple Cabbage Poriyal/ Muttaikose Poriyal Recipe is a very traditional South Indian dry vegetable made from cabbage. The Cabbage that is also called as Muttaikose in tamil is power cooked with a very simple seasoning if mustard seeds, curry leaves, salt and freshly grated coconut.  The purple cabbage adds in a lot of color and makes your meal plate look colorful as well. Did you know: Purple Cabbage is an excellent source of vitamin K, vitamin C and vitamin B6. It is also a very good ...

Soya Chunk And Green Peas Sabzi Recipe

Soya Chunk & Green Peas Subzi Recipe is a nice combination to make a dry subzi recipe. The tomatoes are ground along with green chilies, cumin seeds and ginger to a fine smooth puree and is cooked till the tomatoes are cooked well, it is then tossed with soy chunks and green peas and flavored with spicy garam masala and coriander powder. Soya chunks have less fat and is rich in protein and carbs, for all the vegetarian lovers, this will be the best way to have protein into your diet. Serve ...

Kodava Mudi Chekke Barthad Recipe - Raw Jackfruit & Black Chickpea Stir Fry

Kodava Mudi Chekke Barthad Recipe-Raw Jackfruit & Black Chickpea Stir Fry is a classic combination in kodagu district. The jackfruit seeds are widely in most of the South Indian cooking. In this recipe, we have combined boiled black chickpeas and jackfruits seeds that is mixed along with ground coconut masala and simmered with tangy tamarind water. Jackfruit seeds are rich in iron and is an important component of haemoglobin. It also solved any digestive problems. It is very good for skin and ...

Murunga Keerai Urula Poriyal Recipe - Moringa Aloo Sabzi

Murunga Keerai Urula Poriyal is a simple easy and wholesome dish made from boiled potatoes and sautéed drumstick leaves, delicately spiced sambar powder and a mustard tadka. You can also pack this sabzi in your Lunch Box, as it is easy to make and gets ready in no time. Serve the Murunga Keerai Urula Poriyal along with Thakkali Vengaya Sambar, Steamed Rice and Carrot Salad for a wholesome weekend meal. Did you know Drumstick leaves is known for its excellent source of nutrition and is natural ...

Cabbage Thoran/Poriyal Recipe - South Indian Style Cabbage Sabzi

Cabbage Thoran or Poriyal is a delicious dish that is a staple of authentic Kerala cuisine. This popular dish makes a great accompaniment to steamed rice and curry and is an essential part of the famous Kerala Sadya. A dry dish, Thoran is commonly prepared using many different varieties of vegetables and spices. This recipe however uses cabbage as the main and only vegetable. Serve Cabbage Thoran along with Mixed Vegetable Sambar and Steamed Rice for a weekday lunch. You can also serve Masala Chaas ...

Chow Chow Thoran (Poriyal) Recipe

The Chow Chow Thoran (Poriyal) recipe is an inspiration of the Kerala dish where vegetables are prepared along with coconut, green chillies and a few spices. Its simple, healthy and a great way to incorporate vegetables in your diet that are is simply delicious. You can serve Chow Chow Thoran along with Steamed Rice, Tomato Rasam, Mixed Vegetable Sambar and Elai Vadam for an everyday meal. If you like this recipe, you can also try other Poriyal Recipes such as Carrot And Beans Poriyal ...

Carrot And Beans Poriyal Recipe

Carrot and Beans Poriyal is a classic South Indian preparation of the mixed stir fried vegetables. Steamed carrots and beans are seasoned with mustard seeds, urad dal and curry leaves. To add more flavor to the Poriyal, it can be garnished with grated coconut. Serve the Carrot and Beans Poriyal along with Phulka and Punjabi Dal Tadka or simply with a Tomato Rasam and Steamed Rice for the weeknight meal.  Did you know: Carrots are an excellent source ...

     
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