South Indian Cookbook

You can make an Indian Recipe South style at home!


Have you been in an Indian restaurant or have tasted an Indian recipe south and wondered if you can make it at home? Well, you can cook wonderful Indian meals with Indian recipe South Indian style. I have enjoyed researching and preparing these Indian recipes south and I am sure you will too.

Recently, I visited South India and studied the local cuisine and Indian recipes. South Indians from the state of Tamil Nadu were very generous in sharing their own tips, techniques and family secrets. I also visited many restaurants so that I had an excellent idea of how each dish should taste. In presenting these tasty dishes I hope that you will get as much enjoyment from them as I have.

The cuisine of Southern India is quite varied. I have included some lighter fare such as masala dosa, Idli(steamed rice cakes), and Samosa. This site also has accompaniments to a meal such as Sambar-a wonderful lentil stew, chutneys, and breads like chapatti, poori, and papadam. The main dishes include vegetarian entrees, which are both nutritious and savory with interesting blends of spices, and meat entrees like the Chicken Chetinad that has a wonderful coconut sauce. Indian recipe south certainly includes tasty and refreshing beverages like chai and mango lassi as well as delightful desserts.

Indian recipe south also includes a list of ingredients with common substitutions as well as techniques to get the most flavor from those ingredients. The ingredients I list can usually be found locally. I strongly endorse visiting the local merchants if they can be found in your area. Part of the fun of enjoying Indian cuisine is to speak with others (especially Indians) who love Indian recipe, Southern style and might also share a few of their secrets as well. Enjoy exploring Indian recipe, south Indian style!




South Indian Recipe Cookbook
Get all our recipes in an easy to read, search e-book. All our tasty south Indian recipes at the tip of your hands. Makes a great gift too!

Regional Food Indian Recipe Menus
This is an overview of regional food Indian recipe names from different sections of the country. This briefly looks at Kashmiri, Punjabi, Gujarat and South Indian menus.

South Indian Chicken Curry Recipe
This is a chicken curry recipe which uses ingredients commonly found in South India. It uses coconut, onions, tamarind and other wonderful ingredients to make this savory chicken curry.

Indian Recipe Vegetarian
Here is a description of Indian Recipe vegetarian dishes that you can make at home. They are both nutritious as well as tasty.

Indian Recipe Sweet
You need a sweet to complete the perfect Indian meal. Here are a few Indian Recipe sweet treats to tantalize the taste buds.

Indian Cooking Recipe
To bring out the best flavor from your tasty recipes, here are some Indian cooking recipe tips and techniques.

Chutney Recipes
Indian chutney recipes are very popular. Whether you are having a main dish, appetizer, breakfast or just bread, chutneys are the perfect accompaniment.

Mango Lassi Recipe
Here mango lassi recipe, which works wonderfully as an appetizer and is quite refreshing. There are also other recipes, like Chai and Filter Coffee.

Indian Rice Recipes
South Indian Rice Recipes are essential for any South Indian meal. Here are some basics and essentials for cooking South indian rice dishes.

Samosa Recipe
Here is a Samosa Recipe which is popular throughout India. This variation has a savory meat filling with a crispy outside.

Lamb Curry
This Lamb Curry, or Rogan Josh, is a favorite in the Kashmir Region of India. This recipe has a wonderfully spiced tomato and yoghurt base.

Indian Bread Recipes
Indian bread recipes accompany every meal. Here are some of the favorite recipes that you can make at home.

Egg Curry Recipe
This Egg Curry Recipe is reminiscent of the delicious egg curries that you can find in one of the small cafes in the streets of Madras. Many vegetarians would like this recipe.

Chicken Curry Indian Recipe
One of the favorites in North India is this buttery chicken curry indian recipe. It is also called Murgh Makhani and this rich, buttery and creamy sauce will soon be a favorite.