I am a novice to cooking trying to make my kitchen a better place to hangout . I never really had any love for cooking growing up. But after I got married I had to cook and eat what I cooked. Hence here I am trying to share my recipes .
Hope u enjoy trying some of my recipes !
This is a website that exclusively has the recipes for south indian vegetarian recipes.A little abt indian cuisine………The earliest Indians, the Harappans, probably ate mainly wheat, rice and lentils, and occasionally meats such as pork, lamb, goat and chicken. Some believe that vegetarianism became popular with the arrival of Buddhism and Jainism that emphasised ahimsa (non-violence).The cuisine of Modern India has great variety and each region has its own distinctive flavours. The staple cereals are rice and wheat. North Indian staple meals consist of chapatis or rotis, wheat based and rice as staples, eaten with a wide variety of side dishes like dals, curries, yogurt, chutney and achars. South India staple dishes consist of rice, sambhar, rasam, yoghurt and curries being important side dishes.Another important ingredient in south Indian food is coconut and most popular snacks like idli dosa are also rice-based. Fish is popular in coastal states, especially West Bengal, Orissa and Kerala. Several kind of street foods like Panipuri, Vada pav, Bhelpuri, samosa, vada are popular, though they are known by different names in different regions.Most of the Indian cuisine today is a perfect blend of native indian food and unique culinary practices brought by various settlers. Appetizers and Snacks are a very modern addition to the Indian meal. The essence of Indian cuisine lies in the aroma of spices blended together and added to enhance the flavour and nutritional of each dish.