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Top 10 food of South India

India is known for its diversity. Every state has it's own unique style of cooking and eating. No matter which part of the globe you belong to, no one can resist the mouth watering dishes of South India. Rice being the quintessential ingredient, the have a variety of dishes to offer to the world! Here is a list of must have dishes of South India

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Idli with Sambar & Coconut Chutney

Idli with Sambar & Coconut Chutney

A delicious low fat dish of South India which can be had for snacks or for any meal. It is served with sambhar, coconut chutney and a special mixture of spices called as pudi.

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Rava Upma

Rava Upma

Rava upma is the favourite breakfast dish of everyone in the south. This wholesome and healthy dish can be eaten for breakfast as well as snacks.
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2

Medu Wada

Medu Wada

Medu wada is a traditional south indian dish that is usually served either with idlis or just by itself along with steaming hot sambhar and coconut chutney.

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4

Ven Pongal

Ven Pongal

Pongal is a popular dish in the south, mainly originated in Tamil Nadu. Also known as khara pongal, it is usually served during breakfast.
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5

Masala Dosa

Masala Dosa

Dosa are crispy savory pancakes from South India which is a most popular food in its home region. In the rest of the country too, Dosas are hugely popular and have a high demand. You get a large variety of simple as well as masala dosas which is very hard to resist.
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Goli bajji

Goli bajji

'Bisi Bisi goli bajji' is south indians favourite snack. Also known as Manglore Bajji are soft, elastic fried snacks tastes amazing! If you haven't tried it yet now is the time
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Bisi Bele Bath

Bisi Bele Bath

BBB is a rice main dish from Karnataka. This wholesome dish contains lots of vegetables and spicy which leaves your taste buds tingling!
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8

Pazhampori

Pazhampori

This easy-to-make dish is a favourite tea time snack of malayalees. Also known as Etthaka appam can be made someone without any cooking experience.
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9

Puttu

Puttu

Puttu is a traditional healthy and filling breakfast that takes minimum time and effort to make. Originally from Kerala it is served with kadala curry.
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Idiyappam

Idiyappam

Again from kerala, idiyappam or sevai is a rice steamed dish, that is very popular in every Keralites home.
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