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Top 17 South Indian breakfast

Introduction Top 17 South Indian Breakfast

Here is the list of South Indian breakfast recipes / Top 15 Tamilnadu tiffin recipe gos that are commonly prepared in every household. Not only in houses but also in the breakfast menus of hotels/restaurants of Tamil Nadu, Kerala, and Karnataka.

In this collection, some of them are authentic ones for which you need pre-preparation and some of them are instant and easy to make tiffin recipes. Soon I will try to compile a list of Instant South Indian breakfast recipes and make a separate post for that too.

Is South Indian breakfast healthy?

Most of the South Indian breakfast recipes are healthy. Some recipes require some preparation like soaking rice and lentils for idli or dosa. Recipes like idli, dosa, upma, appam can also be packed in tiffin box for kids.

What is a good Indian breakfast?

Popular Indian Breakfast Recipes

  • Easy • 30 mins. Breakfast Recipes. Upma Recipe | Rava Upma.
  • Moderate • 9 hrs 25 mins. Idli, Dosai & Uttapam. Idli Recipe | How to Make Idli batter.
  • Moderate • 9 hrs 30 mins. Idli, Dosai & Uttapam. Plain Dosa Recipe and Dosa Batter (Sada Dosa)
  • Moderate • 50 mins. Paratha Recipes.

What is special about South Indian food?

The cuisines of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana are the spiciest in all of India. Generous use of chili and tamarind make the dishes tangy and hot. The majority of dishes are vegetable- or lentil-based. The hot and spicy dishes are a speciality of the region.

Why South Indian food is healthy?

Talking about the benefits of South Indian food, These food items are mainly fermented which are healthy for gut microbiota. They are rich in probiotics; especially idli, dosa, uttapam, etc.

Fermentation improves digestibility, enhances B vitamins, and boosts the immune system.

Which is the famous food of South India?

Some well known and loved foods include South Indian chicken curry, Kulambu (South Indian fish curry), IdlisDosasVadas, ​Sambaar, Uttapams, Rasam, and Payasam.

Which is the main food of South India?

RiceThe South Indian cuisine is famous for the use of lentils and spices, green chillies, fresh coconut and dominated by native vegetables and fruits. Rice is the staple food in South India so, most of the delicacies are prepared to be eaten with rice.

Why do South Indians eat spicy?

Spice it up! It has been scientifically proven that spices prevent our food from spoilage and thus, north Indian foods tend to be so spicy. Bacteria and foodborne pathogens cannot survive in a hot environment, which is provided by spices. Countries with a hotter climate have comparatively spicy cuisine.

Is Dosa a junk food?

Dosa is high in carbohydrates and contains no added sugars or saturated fats. As its key ingredients are rice and black gram, it is also a good source of protein. One home made plain dosa without oil contains about 112 calories, of which 84% is carbohydrate and 16% protein.

How do you eat south Indian food?

South Indians temper the raita with mustard and red chillies, while in the North it is served with a sprinkling of spice powders. Serve doodhi pachadi fresh, before it becomes watery, with a full-fledged South Indian meal, or as a simple Accompaniments to Parathas or mixed rice dishes like Coconut Rice or Tomato Rice.

1. Idli

2. Medhu Vada

3. Rava Kichadi

4. Rava Idli

5. Rava Dosa

6. Onion Uttapam

7. Parotta

8. Ven Pongal

9. Adai

10. Appam

11. Idiyappam

12. Poori

13. Dosa

14. Puttu

15. Masala Dosa

16. Taste Uthappam

17. Reva Kesari

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Conclusion

Most of the South Indian breakfast recipes are healthy. Some recipes require some preparation like soaking rice and lentils for idli or dosa. Recipes like idli, dosa, upma, appam can also be packed in tiffin box for kids.

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Eniyavan Mallipoos Idlis

Introduction Eniyavan Mallipoos Idlis

Eniyavan runs Mallipoo Idlis, a Chennai-based company that specializes in 30 varieties of idlis, he supplies to caterers at events, such as weddings.

MR. Eniyavam knowns how to make 2000 types of idlis and has even attempted to enter the Guinness Book of World Records by making gigantic idlis weighing 124.8kg.
For someone who started out with no experience in cooking, Eniyavan has come a long way. He hails from Coimbatore. “I dropped out of school after Class VIII,” says Eniyavan. He waited tables and washed tea glasses to earn a living and later turned an auto driver.
It was a usual day at work when a customer got into his auto with a huge trough of idli batter. She was Chandra, who made idlis to be sold at small eateries in her locality. She went on to change the course of Eniyavan’s life — once she became a regular in his auto, Eniyavan started delivering her idlis.
Moreover, even though he has only studied up till class eight, Iniyavan has presented a doctorate from an American University for his experimentation with idlis and he wants to continue his passion for idli making and claimed ‘The world is constantly changing so why can’t idlis?”
The idli innovator often gets inspired by his children, “My idea for pizza idlis came after my son suddenly said that he wanted to eat pizza, so instead of taking him out I just found some leftover poriyal and make a pizza ildi and he loved it.
Besides attempting the 2,000 varieties Idli on Sunday, Iniyavan said that he would also be giving out tips explaining how to make the perfect fluffy idlis. “Many don’t know that replacing the water with tender coconut water can make the battery last longer and also make the idlis softer.

Also, to avoid letting the batter get spoilt overnight, only the rice should be ground and the dal should be added the next day,” he explained.

Rating: 1 out of 5.
If you are in Chennai or visit in the future so you have to visit Mr. Eniyavan restaurant and taste a different kind of Idli.

I have shared below mention address for this magnificent restaurant.

Mallipoo Restaurant

Malli Anbagam, No. 26/51, 2nd Street, B Block, Ezhil Nagar, Ezhil Nagar, Chennai-600118, Tamil Nadu, India

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