1. Thalappakatti Biriyani
A must-have for every Indian, Thalappakatti Biriyani is interspersed with tender pieces of meat or chicken. Cooked in ‘dum style’, it’s layered with fried onions and mint, served with a raita.
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2. Butter Chicken
Butter Chicken with chappati or roti! Butter chicken is prepared by marinating chunks of chicken overnight in yogurt and a beautiful mix of spices, and is ideal when served with a dollop of melting cream or butter on top.
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3. Idli with Chutney
This steamed rice pancake with innumerable health benefits has made its way through generations. Idlis are about 2-3 inch wide, fluffy and can be relished for breakfast, lunch, snacks or dinner along with some finely ground coconut
chutney and a hot steaming bowl of sambhar.
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4. Pani Puri
This is the most preferred evening snacks item. Have it spicy sweet, spice and sour balanced, it is a delight to watch the vendor skilfully punch a tiny hole in each puri thereafter adding the fillings and dipping it in the meetha chutney or pani.
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5. Chilli Paratha
Delicious and spicy parathas made with flour dough and mixed with lots of chilies and spices.
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6. Rava Upma
It is a popular breakfast dish in India. Nutritious, tasty and very easy to make at home by mixing and cooking roasted rava and sauteed vegetables in water.
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7. Ven Pongal
This is a very famous South Indian recipe especially in Tamil Nadu and is also known as Milagu Pongal.
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8. Masala dosa and coconut chutney
This is another popular south Indian breakfast dish which is prepared by grinding the rice and dal with water. The chutney is prepared by crushing coconut and served hot.
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