South Indian food rarely disappoints when it comes to finding the perfect balance between health and taste.

We know the struggle. Planning…planning, and some more. Something healthy, something new. The good news is, so much of South Indian cuisine lies unexplored, it’s a minefield of taste out there waiting for you to step in! Swap your Paranthas for Pesarattu—a wholesome green moong dosa, or idlis for Idiyappam. Packed with nutrients and flavour, these recipes won’t take you more than 20 minutes to make, and obviously two minutes to chow down.

Instant Pesarattu Dosa

Wholesome and healthy! Combine with a variety of chutneys, our fave is green coriander and mint chutney.

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South Indian Breakfast Wrap

Healthy need not be boring! Here’s an idea for keeps.

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Idiappam

Served with sweet coconut milk combined with jaggery or spicy stew, this makes a great brekkie or brunch.

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Ragi Dosa with Peanut and Coconut Chutney

A power-packed breakfast to keep you fueled throughout the day. Let us make millets cool again! 

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Suji Uttapam

What’s best, you can also throw in a few veggies of your choice to make this an even healthier option. Check out—here—our story on Hyacinth bean upma (or uppitu, as the Kannadigas like to call it—hyperlink the avarebele story) 

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Fruit Uttapam

This is no ordinary uttapam. Packed with the goodness of fruits, it’s a great way to perk up your favourite Indian pancake. 

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If you’re up for some experimentation, pair these snacks with chutneys—the dry peanut chutney, a flavour bomb from Western parts of the country; and this raw mango delicacy from Bengal.


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