Sunday 2 October 2011

Flavours of South India ~ Round Up Part 2

Here is the second part of the amazing entries this wonderful  event generated.

Vaishali sent-
Hyderabadi Vegetable Biryani and
Double ka Meetha

Denny sent-Whole wheat adai and Cornmeal Kozhukattai

Shireen sent-Alun Dento (Traditional Curry of Colocasia & Leafy Greens Stalks)

Rani sent- Sontti Podi - Dry ginger powder

Ayeesha sent- Kumbakonam Kadappa and Coconut Balls

Reva sent  Poondhu-puli-kuzhambhu-chettinad-style

Priya sent -Fried okra Rice/Vendaikaai saadam

Deepti sent-   Paal Payasam / Rice Pudding

Vani sent-Raw Mango Gravy (Gojju)  and Vade


 Radhika  sent -paal-kozhukattai  and  Idlis with tricolour chutneys

Deepika-Olan (Kerala Dish)

Shilpa sent-Moong Rice Dosa | Mung Rice Dosa and Butter Coconut Uttapa


Sobha sent Paniyaram

Uma Ramanujam sent-Paruppu Urundai Kulambu / Lentil Balls in Tamarind gravy
Chickpeas Sundal   and  Vegetable Kothu Parotta   and  Vangi Bhath

Uma Shankar sent-Kadalai paruppu sundal

Deepti sent-Lentil Madness (Recipe:Lentil dosa)

Sharada sent-Raw Papaya Pulusu

Shuchi sent-  Akki Roti (Rice Roti )


 Sumedha sent Kala chana usli and Pineapple  gojju


 Deepali sent Coconut Rice and Raw Tomato Dal (Kootu)

Amina sent-Soya bean curry

Indrani sent -Pineapple Kesari with dalia/broken wheat and Tomato Rice

Sri Valli sent Aviyal/Avial

Valli R  sent-Aval kozhukattai

 Juls sent  : Yellow Vegetable Uttappam

Susan  and Abraham sent  Drumstick and  raw Mango Sambhar

Lavina sent Nippattu - Baked Savories

Our visit to South India concludes our culinary journey around India.  We had an amazing time visiting different regions  such as Gujarat, Bengal, Maharastra, Goa, Rajasthan and  Punjab and sampling over an amazing 900 regional dishes created and sent by all the wonderful blogger participants who travelled with me.

This "Flavours of" series 1 India event was so well received that we are packing our bags, aprons and of course our chefs hats and continuing our journey into "Flavours of" series 2  Asia. Our 1st stop is in Indonesia so do drop by the guest host Hrishi's blog to participate. Hrishi has a wonderful space with both veg and no veg dishes and he is a wonderful  cook judging by his blog content. It would be wonderful if all of you can support him in this event by sending in entries.

The response for sharing  this culinary journey has been astounding and  1 have had many requests for guest Hosting the Flavour of series 2. I am pleased that most of the events have been allocated guest hosts although Flavours of Russia is still available for hosting if anyone is interested. Do drop me a line.Happy Cooking and blogging and many thanks for your support.


  1. That is a very nice roundup. Truly flavorsome.

  2. This is such a great collection thank you for sharing :)

  3. My parents are off to India shortly so I have sent them a link!

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