South India is known to be a perfect place to spend the most desirable vacations. This flourishing landscape is a blissful region that is constantly developing in the lap of nature. The south Indian Territory contributes a major share of economy in the tourism as well as Hospitality industry of Country. This region is mainly divided into four states and all of them have something quite unique to offer to their admirers.
The cuisines of south India are mainly served for both vegetarians and non-vegetarian and South Indian Cuisine is certainly not restricted to sambar, dosa and idli. In fact, South Indian cuisine has much more to offer to their gourmets. The southern landscape is partially coastal region. This aqua territory presents you wonderful options of sea food and non-vegetarian foods to everyone. One can actually count on to the dishes that are especially cooked here and blended well with the rich flavors of Indian spices.
Non-vegetarian dishes of South India count the main ingredients such as Beef, Chicken, crab, egg, fish, meat soup, mutton, fish, quail, shrimp, squid and Biryani. These are main ingredients that add up in all the major and prominent dishes of south India. These four states have their wide range of cuisines that are called as Tamil cuisine, Karnataka cuisine, Andhra cuisine and Kerala cuisine.
Apart from the cuisines mentioned above, there is Chettinad cuisine that is famous for its use of a variety of spices in the non-vegetarian food. The chettiars don’t eat beef and pork. Additionally, the meat products they use classify the meat items such as fish, chicken, mutton prawn, lobster, and crab. The dishes are generally accompanied with rice to savor the real taste of the dishes.
The popular non-vegetarian dishes in south Indian food menu are Hyderabadi Biryani, Chicken chettinad, Kodi iguru, chicken 65, chicken stew, karuvattu kuzhambu, meen thoran, chicken fry with shredded coconuts, chettinad pepper chicken, fish fry, kappa boiled and Malabar biryani. There are endless number of non-veg dishes exists in south Indian menu, but to savor the real flavors of it one should taste the authentic dish from that particular place only. So, while traveling in south one should seriously taste the mouth-watering cuisines to enjoy their trip.
Nidhi Dhruv – has written 67 posts on this site.
A passionate writer, Tarot Reader( Beginner) and fun-loving girl. Like to travel & explore new destinations. Likes to experiment with different cuisines. Currently working with an e-commerce portal as Content Developer.