We love curries, and we can’t think about a day without curries. Our staple food is incomplete without the flavorsome gravies. Traditionally speaking, several gravies are served during the main meal that is typically savored with rice as a staple. However, there are some curries which are strong in the taste game. And we are featuring those Must try South Indian gravies and curries here.
Popularly pronounced by north Indians as Samburrrr, this south Indian stew is prepared with lentils, vegetables, and tamarind. The nutritious curry goes with almost all the food such as rice, idli, dosa, appam, etc. If you have spice tolerance, you can consume sambar as a vegetable soup because it is full of greens and nutrition.
Mostly seen in lunch plates, Rasam is a tamarind based soupy dish prepared with tomato, cumin, pepper, chili pepper and can also comprise of any combination of vegetables with lentils. It is usually watery and doesn’t have a thick consistency like sambhar. Hence, you can consider it as a spicy drink after food, which is good for digestion.
Parippu curry is basically moong dal gravy which is the most favorite dish of North Indians. In south India, we add coconut for a twist. It is an inevitable dish for Sadhya and is quite known for its taste.
It is a mild spicy curry with yogurt, coconut, and some spices. Mostly seen in Kerala, Moru curry is an essential recipe for Malayalee’s in their daily menu.
These are the top south Indian vegetarian gravies which will definitely delight your taste buds. However, you can try all these delicious delights from Mister idli. Yes, our menu is not restricted to Idlis alone. If you want to taste all these gravies together, then you can come and try our nanjil naattu virunthu sapadu on Fridays.
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