Bring the South Indian cuisine home this season

By December 10, 2020 LifeStyle

Sourced with thanks from  food.ndtv.com

The South Indian cuisine is rather flavourful. If you are not from South India, you may have tasted some of them in restaurants but rarely made them yourself at home. It’s considered difficult or alien by most who are not that familiar with the cuisine. With home cooking and experimentation taking place in these days of isolation why not try some of them at home now. In the article below you will find recipes which are easy to follow for some interesting South Indian curries. Team RetyrSmart

Bring the South Indian cuisine home this season

Here are 11 best South Indian curries that you can try at home:

  1. Andhra Style Chicken Curry

A fiery Andhra curry is cooked with ginger-garlic paste, curry leaves, cinnamon, chicken masala and a delectable cashew and poppy seed paste. Pair with crispy appams or rice! Find the full recipe here.

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  1. Avial Curry

A delicious mix of vegetables in a light, delicately spiced yogurt gravy, avial curry is perhaps Kerala’s favourite dish, especially in the summer season! Perfect for a light lunch meal and even when you have some leftover veggies such as drumsticks, carrots, pumpkin and beans. Find the recipe here.

  1. Coorgi Gawti Chicken

Chicken cooked in the goodness of fenugreek seeds, pepper, curry leaves that make up for the bold flavours of coorgi masala. Find the recipe here.

  1. Ulli Theeyal

Shallots cooked in a rich coconut gravy full of tamarind extract, curry leaves, fenugreek and red chillies! Aren’t you slurping already?! Go ahead and cook it at home with this simple recipe here.

  1. Meen Murringakka Curry

A delicious fish curry, made with sardines made with tamarind, coconut, shallots and red chillis, comes from the backwaters of Kerala and is sure to impress your taste buds! This would go well with steamed rice. Click here for the recipe.

  1. Erissery

Enjoyed as a side dish across Kerala, erissery is a stellar dish made with pumpkin and coconut in just about 30 minutes. It is more often prepared on festivities such as Onam and special occasions like weddings. Find the recipe here.

  1.  Kori Gassi

A delectable combination of coconut milk, tamarind and chicken pieces, Kori gassi is sure to be a royal treat on the table! Find the recipe here.

  1. Bendakaya Pulusu

Love okra? This absolutely delicious curry of okra in tangy tamarind gravy is a perfect dish from the Andhra region to try next. Click here for the recipe.

  1. Chicken Chettinad

A host of bold spices tossed in chettinad masala, this dish is perhaps one of the star dishes of Tamil Nadu. A delectable melange of onions, tomatoes, cloves, cinnamon sticks, cumin, curry leaves and a rich coconut-y paste, chicken chettinad is perfect for some special occasions! Relish this as a wholesome meal with a bowl of rice. Find the full recipe here.

  1. Gongura Mamsam

A mind-blowing meat delicacy, gongura mamsam is a hearty mix of cinnamon, cardamom, onions, garlic and chilli with gongura leaves and lamb, this one is a meat lovers’ delight! Find the recipe here.

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  1. Kerala Prawn Curry

Right from the region of Malabar, this juicy curry full of prawns cooked in a coconut curry is sure to tantalise your senses! Pair this delicious curry with steaming hot rice and soak in the goodness of this wholesome meal. Click here for the full recipe.

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