The south India is equally famous for the availability of coconut, a wide variety of fishes and root tubers. The south Indian food is mainly rice, which the south Indian people love to have with a combination of Sambhar or curry.
A generous but at the same time a balanced use of spices is done here in most of the vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes of this region. Similarly in most of the dishes that are prepared here the final tempering remains almost same, witch includes a perfect mixture of oil, mustard seeds, curry leaves and red chilies etc.
Tamil Nadu, is one of the important states of South India. Besides its rich cultural past it reminds us that unique taste of yum cuisines such as Idlis, Dosas, Uttappam, Rassam, Sambhar and Vada etc, which are extremely popular here and throughout the world as well.
Kerala, is another significant state of South India. In this state the staple food of localites is fish accompanied with steaming rice of usually large size grains. Here banana trees and jackfruit trees are very common in sight. The people here prepare special snacks with these fruits like banana chips and jackfruit chips, which are equally liked and appreciated by the outsiders who come here.
Andhra Pradesh is yet another mentionable state of South India. One can easily notice a clear Mughal impact on the cuisines of this state. The food mostly prepared here is believed to be quite spicy and hot in nature. To mention a few famous eatables of this state the yummy grilled kebabs, kurmas and the delicious Biriyani could be named.