Dosa to Idli and Sambar-7 popular South Indian breakfast for Sunday

South Indian cuisine boasts a delightful array of breakfast options, perfect for a lazy Sunday morning. 

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A thin, crispy pancake made from fermented rice and lentil batter, dosas come in various types like masala dosa or plain dosa, often served with sambar and chutney.

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Idli and Sambar

Soft, steamed rice cakes (idli) served with a flavorful lentil-based vegetable stew (sambar) and coconut chutney make for a classic and healthy South Indian breakfast.

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A thicker pancake made with the same batter as dosa but with added vegetables like onions, tomatoes, and green chilies cooked into the batter. It's often served with chutney.

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A comforting dish made from rice and lentils cooked together and seasoned with black pepper, cumin, and ghee, typically served with coconut chutney and sambar.

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A savory dish made from semolina (rava) cooked with onions, vegetables, and spices, often garnished with cashews and served with coconut chutney or pickle.

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Soft and fluffy pancakes with crispy edges made from fermented rice batter, usually paired with coconut milk, stew, or kurma.

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Medu Vada

Deep-fried lentil-based savory donuts, crispy on the outside and soft inside, often served with sambar or coconut chutney.

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