Lying along the banks of River Cauvery, this ancient city soaked in spirituality and history is full of diverse and flavourful treasures.
While there is enough and more to experience in this city, here are some of the highlights you definitely can’t miss if you’re making a short weekend trip to Chennai.
Delicious and fragrant ven pongal sambar prepared with moong dal and spices could be served with idli, dosa and steaming rice too.
Udupi cuisine began in the 13th century when Shivalli Brahmins made elaborate food in the Lord Krishna temple kitchens.
Try making cute little paniyarams using the same batter in case you are bored of eating the good old idli or dosa.
Spicy and crunchy peanut masala is the perfect snack to munch on during the rains. Check out the easy recipe for peanut masala.
In the video, Lakshmi also talks about the delicious food, neer dosa (a thin pancake) and jaggery water, she had during the Coorg visit.
Sambar can be an ever-ready dish, provided its ready-to-mix powder is at hand in the kitchen. Here's a guide on how to make your customized sambar powder.
Mysore pak is one of the most iconic sweet dishes in Southern India.
From celebrations of Navaratri to Thai Pongal (Tamil harvest festival), the Indian diaspora in Thailand has been flaunting and celebrating their Tamil roots with devotion and reverence.