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.
For example - Karnataka can be divided into North Karnataka cuisine, South Karnataka cuisine, Udupi cuisine, Malnad cuisine, Kodagu cuisine, North Canara cuisine, Mangalorean cuisine and Navayath cuisine.
For example, Tamil Nadu can be divided into Chettinad Cuisine, Nanjil Nadu cuisine, Kongunadu cuisine and so on.
Each one of the above South Indian cuisines, have their own traditional sambar recipes, saaru recipes and rasam recipes.
In this page you will find 50+ traditional collection of Indian Sambar & Rasam Recipes from Vengaya Sambar, Beetroot Sambar, Drumstick leaves sambar, Kollu Rasam, Mysore Rasam, Tomato Rasam, Neem Rasam, Pineapple Rasam and much more.
पालक तौव्वे जिसे पालक दाल भी कहा जाता है, एक स्वादिष्ट और सरल दाल रेसिपी है जिसमे पालक भी डाला जाता है. यह स्वादिष्ट तो है ही साथ में पोषण से भरपूर भी है. आप इसे अपने लंच बॉक्स में भी पैक कर सकते है.
पालक तौव्वे को चावल, बीटरूट थोरन और पापड़ के साथ दिन के खाने के लिए परोसे।
अगर आपको यह रेसिपी पसंद है, तो आप यह भी बना सकते है,
फालगुनी दाल रेसिपी
ढाबा स्टाइल दाल पालक रेसिपी
दाल फ्राई रेसिपी
आलू बोंदा एक दक्षिण भारतीय स्नैक है जिसे हर घर में बनाया जाता है. इसमें गरम मसाला और सांबर पाउडर का प्रयोग किया गया है जो इसका स्वाद और भी बढ़ाता है. यह स्नैक आपको हर चाय की हर दूकान पर बनाया जाता है.
आलू बोंदा को शाम के नाश्ते के लिए धनिया पुदीना चटनी और मसाला चाय के साथ परोसे।
अगर आपको यह रेसिपी पसंद आई है तो, आप यह भी बना सकते है
बेक्ड केले के चिप्स रेसिपी
चना दाल वडा रेसिपी
पालक पकोरा रेसिपी
Ulava Charu Recipe is a authentic Andhra recipe where you cook the horse gram in a rasam form. The Horse gram is cooked by itself in a pressure cooker and then immersed in a flavourful onion, tomato and coconut base not to forget the red chillies that lend the apt amount of heat into this dish.
Did you know: Horse gram contains the highest protein content of any lentil in the world. This grain is fed to horses to keep them energetic and maintain weight, hence the namesake. Horse ...
The Homemade Sambar Powder is the most basic and important ingredient in making “Sambar”. This spiced powder is made with a blend of roasted coriander seeds, toor dal, chana dal, fenugreek seeds, mustard seeds and few more which adds to this unique taste and exemplifies the taste sambar.
Each region, each family, each household has their own variation of this spice blend. This is a very authentic Tamil Brahmin version of sambar powder that mother has perfected over the years of cooking.
Orange Rasam Recipe is with a unique twist of adding orange juice to the regular rasam. This rasam has a refreshing fruity flavour to please your taste buds.
Did you know: Orange is a superfruit having a wealth of nutrients including vitamin C, vitamin A precursors, calcium, potassium, and pectin. Oranges are full of vitamin C which protects cells by neutralizing free radicals. Free radicals cause chronic diseases, like cancer and heart disease.
Serve Orange Rasam with Steamed Rice and Cabbage ...
The Jeera Milagu Rasam Recipe also known as the Pepper Rasam is a very classic dish of the South Indian Cuisine. This rasam is simmered with tamarind water along with freshly pounded pepper, cumin and a tempering with ghee. A lot of times this rasam is given when one is suffering from a cold or sore throat making it very soothing because of the black pepper.
Serve the Jeera Milagu Rasam along with Cabbage Poriyal (Muttaikose) and Steamed Rice for a quick weeknight dinner.
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Milagu Rasam is a rasam that is many a times served as a healthy soup made of garlic, pepper and cumin seeds. The spices in the rasam help to digest food and also relieves flu. This rasam is best when you come back home from a long holiday and you are craving for home cooked food.
Serve the Milagu Rasam along with steamed rice, a dollop of ghee, Pachai Payaru Poriyal Recipe- Green Moong Sprout Poriyal and Elai Vadam or you can also have serve it as a soup.
If you like this, you can also ...
Murungai Keerai or Drumstick leaves or Moringa leaves are a nutritional powerhouse of vitamins and minerals. They are also rich in iron, calcium, potassium and protein and aids our body in a number of ways - eliminates free radicals, improves bone health and cardiovascular health.
Murungai Keerai Rasam is a healthy South Indian Rasam that can be prepared in less than 30 minutes with spices and garlic that aid in digestion.
Did you know ? Drumstick leaves is known for its excellent source ...
Murungai Keerai Thanni Saaru is a healthy and very light South Indian soup that is very nutritious. This saaru has many health benefits and very soothing to throat and reliefs cold. The drumstick leaves and coconut milk also makes this soup tasty.
Did you know ? Drumstick leaves is known for its excellent source of nutrition and is natural energy booster. Drumstick leaves also known as Moringa, helps lower blood pressure, blood sugar in diabetics and is a also sleep aid. Its detoxifying ...
Murungai Keerai Sambar Recipe is a delicious sambar made from drumstick leaves also known as Moringa leaves that is cooked along with sambar onions, mooli, sambar powder in tamarind water. It is very important to use a homemade sambar powder to get the best taste from the Murungai Keerai Sambar Recipe.
Did you know ? Drumstick leaves is known for its excellent source of nutrition and is natural energy booster. Drumstick leaves also known as Moringa, helps lower blood pressure, blood sugar in ...
Bisi Bele Bath also known as the spicy mixed vegetable sambar rice is a traditional south indian dish made from cooked rice and lentils, mashed along with a spicy tamarind and vegetable curry/sambar that is simply delicious.
Serve this delicious Bisi Bele Bath dish from southern india along with a tomato onion raita for lunch or dinner. With just a little preparation you sure can get satisfied tummies.
Other rice recipes that you can try are:
Thalicha Thayir Sadam Recipe (Spicy Seasoned Curd ...
North Karnataka Spiced Drumstick Sambar also known as Nuggekai Kharbyaali is a traditional sambar curry made with a special spice powder - bhakri/ jowar/phulkas.
Did you know ? Toor Dal contains high amount of protein, low fat and low cholesterol. It is also a great source of complex carbohydrates, fibre, folic acid and immense amounts of complex dietary fibres that helps to regularise bowel movements.
Drumstick pods helps to build strong bones, it is very good for ...
Varutharacha Sambar is a delicious Kerala Style Sambar Recipe that is made from roasted coconut homemade sambar powder that adds to the authenticity and flavor of the sambar. The aromas from the ground spices when combined along with tamarind water and cooked lentils, make this sambar very delicious and festive. An Onam sadya is incomplete without the freshly prepared spicy Varutharacha Sambar. It gives the whole meal a definition and lifts the Sadya to a new dimension.
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Arachuvitta Sambar Recipe is a traditional South Indian Sambar that is made from freshly roasted spices and coconut which adds a special touch to this authentic sambar recipe. The sambar tastes best with seasonal vegetables like Radish, Pumpkin, Drumstick and small baby onions are a must in this sambar to give its fresh flavors and taste.
Did you know ? Drumstick pods helps to build strong bones, it is very good for pregnant women also. Drumstick pods which are known as moringa in local language ...
Murungakkai Vendhaya Keerai Sambar Recipe-Drumstick and Fenugreek Greens Sambar, has a healthy mix of greens and vegetable to make it a complete meal. Drumstick and fenugreek greens are both known to purify the blood and lowering the cholesterol.
Serve Murungakkai Vendhaya Keerai Sambar-Drumstick and Fenugreek Greens Sambar with steamed rice and spicy potato roast for the weeknight dinner.
Here are a few other tasty sambar recipes to try
Thakkali Vengaya Sambar Recipe (Tomato Onion Sambar)
Mukkala Pulusu is a classic dish from Andhra Pradesh. It is a part of day to day meal, a good change from the regular sambar. It is made with mixed vegetables (Bottle gourd, pumpkin, drumsticks and other seasonal vegetables), tamarind pulp, jaggery and spices.
This dish is simple and easy to make. It goes very well with steamed rice, idli, dosa and pongal. You can add vegetables according to your taste and preference. This sweet and tangy pulusu is wholesome and also a healthy option because it ...
Idli Tikka Recipe was innovated when I wanted to serve idli in a different style to my kids. To the kids who love eye-appetizing recipes and a bit skeptic towards the traditional recipes, it is actually a lot easier to stuff all the good stuff, by a recipe like this one. This extraordinary and eye-catching recipe of Idli Tikka is arranged on the dessert bowls and poured with sambar on top. I have given you the recipe of tomato & vegetable sambar as well.
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Sambar/Sambhar is a lentil based vegetable stew with a tamarind broth. It is popular in South Indian cuisine. It is a common dish served in the Udupi Style Restaurants along with Idli/Dosas.
'Masala Huli' has vegetables, dal and coconut, which is a delicious combination on its own. Udupi food uses a lot of jaggery and this Sambar too is a bit on the sweeter side. You can add less jaggery if you desire.The use of freshly roasted and ground masala and jaggery makes this sambar extremely flavourful.
Coimbatore Style Sambar Recipe is a traditional recipe that is famous from Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu. This recipe has a strong flavour from spices like cumin seeds, fennel seeds, asafoetida, coriander and is laced with the texture of coconut with dal.
This sambar recipe is cooked with drumsticks, onions and tomatoes. Perfect for weekdays, it is a comforting recipe that you can make on a weekday.
Did you know Drumstick pods helps to build strong bones, it is very good for pregnant women also. Drumstick ...
The Lemon Rasam Recipe, is a delicious spicy and tangy rasam that is made very simple using dal and tomatoes and flavored with ginger, green chillies and lemon.
Lemon Rasam is also considered as a good digestive to be included in any South Indian meal. Infact, every South Indian household has their own special recipe for making the Lemon Rasam.
Serve the Lemon Rasam Recipe along with steamed rice and a poriyal like Beans Poriyal, Potato Roast and Beetroot Curry to make a sumptuous weeknight ...
The Thakali Rasam Recipe is a traditional and a staple dish of the South India. This Tomato Rasam recipe is simple to make and makes a perfect dish to have along with rice or even as a soup for the winter nights.
The base of the rasam made with a combination of tomato and tamarind, seasoned with spices in comforting ghee. Simply heavenly.
Serve the Thakali Rasam along with hot rice, topped with ghee and a Beetroot Curry or Chow-Chow Curry.
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Arachuvitta Rasam Recipe, is an aromatic and flavourful recipe. It is also known as the Kalyana Rasam, prepared during the weddings with the freshly available ingredients. It is prepared with the freshly ground rasam spice mix, which makes all the difference.
Rasam is a popular dish prepared as a part of the south indian meal. It has ingredients that has intense digestive properties, making it lighter on the tummy.
Serve the Arachuvitta Rasam Recipe along with Steamed rice and Carrot ...
Tovve is native to South India and it is called by different names according to the region and the people. While Tamilians call as Rasam, it is labelled as Tovve in Karnataka. Tovve is basically a mild lentil dish cooked with ghee in a tamarind based gravy without any exotic spices. It is also known as Kattu Saaru, where Kattu refers to dal in Kannada. Tovve is a versatile recipe and can be prepared with any kind of dals and vegetable. Togari Bele Tovve is prepared using red gram dal. This simple ...
Tulsi And Betel Leaves Rasam Recipe is a lovely rasam recipe, different from the usual. Tulsi, Betel leaves, Pepper, Carom seeds & Jeera are combined and cooked with rasam powder. The rasam is good for cold and cough and can be consumed as a soup also. The rasam generates body heat hence it must be consumed only during cold/rainy or winter time. The rasam is also spicy as the taste of betel leaves, tulsi, carom seeds & pepper are naturally spicy. This is ideal for post natal diet also.