This gravy is quick and easy to make, pairs well with Idli/Dosa, Chapati/Roti.
A collection of South Indian vegetarian gravy recipes.
Pachai Payaru (Green Gram) Masiyal
Masiyal also known as Kadaiyal is a nutritious and easy-to-make one-pot dish. Packed with healthy ingredients, it can be served with hot rice, Chapati/Roti, or even toasted bread.
A simple gravy made with tomato, onion, cinnamon, green chilies and coconut. This pairs well with Idiyappam, Idli, Dosa and even with poori and chapati.
Green Peas Masala
A classic side dish for chapathi and pulao. It is made with fresh green peas along with onion and tomato.
Kara Boondhi Kurma
A dish made with kara boondhi and served with roti or chapathi.
This pattani masala can be served with Poori, Chapati or any other Indian bread.
Moong (Green Gram) Gravy
This gravy goes well with Chapati or any Indian Bread. Can also be served with hot steamed rice/mild pulao.
Tomato Onion Curry
This tomato onion curry goes well with Chapati and Adai.
The brinjal gojju goes well with Curd Rice. Also it can be served with “Rice Upma”, “Upma Kozhukattai” and even with idli/dosa.
Moong Besan Dal
This moog dal is a very simple one to make and is without any onion, tomato or other spices.