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The recipe list contains various non-vegetarian recipes from the Chettinadu area.
This version also includes herbal, vegetarian and diabetes recipes as well as User submitted recipes.
Users now can submit their own recipes. Once it is validated and approved by our officials, it will be available immediately in the application.
How to post a recipe?
1. Click on "Post Your Own Recipe" link
2. A Web page will open in a browser
3. Enter the recipe detail
4. Click "Post" button
5. Once the recipe is posted successfully, we will validate the same and approve it
6. Once the recipe is approved by us, it will be immediately available in the application(After refreshing the page)
No Internet connection is required to view the offline Recipes. Internet connection is only required to view the User submitted Recipes.
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Tamil Nadu is famous for its deep belief that serving food to others is a service to humanity, as is common in many regions of India. The region has a rich cuisine involving both traditional non-vegetarian and vegetarian dishes. It is characterized by the use of rice, legumes and lentils.
- From Wikipedia
The nature is a haven for natural remedies which he explored and experimented, when it cured his ailments the knowledge of the herbs, shrubs, fruits, seeds and all natural resources were passed from one generation to another. In India Ayurveda, Siddha are the prominent branch of medicine which have evolved and have become a well discplined medical study, the roots for these branch of medicine definitely lies in the early days of human interaction with the natural resources.
In Tamilnadu, the term Paatti Vaithiyam is analogus to the Sidha and Ayurdveda branch of medicines which explains common cure and remedies of his day to day physical well being and also for his general health.
Every week contents will be updated.
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The application features easy to prepare recipes with step by step guides and is packed with features you’ll love whether you’re a novice cook or a professional chef.
1)All Recipes: To browse the list of all diets/recipes for one & search with the best required keywords.
2)By Cuisine: To browse and plan your dinner with various regional cuisines:
★ North Indian, Kerala (Mallu/Malabar), Andhra (Chettinad), Tamil Nadu, Kannada (Karnataka), Goa etc..
3)By Category: View the recipes by different categories:-
★ Non Vegetarian
4)By Ingredient: Lets you search and find recipes containing the ingredient/ combination of selected ingredients. It helps you cook with what is in fridge.
5)Favorites: Lets you save and organize your favorite recipies for quick reference.
6)Recipe search: The keyword search feature in search bar provided in the all recipe menu of the app filters and displays the matching recipes according to the keywords, as you type.
This cook book contains 7000+ simple delicious home made recipes but requires only about 5 MB of storage!!!
Based on several user feedbacks, we are renaming this app from "Indian Recipes Offline" to "My Chef Offline - Easy Recipes", as this app not only contains Indian recipes but also several other American, Continental, Chinese, Thai and many other cuisines.
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Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh use more rice. Karnataka on the other hand consumes more ragi and jowar. Consumption of rice is more common among certain brahmin communities.
Described as the spiciest of these four states' cuisines, there is a generous use of chilli powder, oil and tamarind. The cuisine has a great variety of dishes, with the majority being vegetable or lentil based.
Hyderabad, the capital of Andhra Pradesh, has its own characteristic cuisine considerably different from other Andhra cuisines. The Nizams patronised the Hyderabadi cuisine, which is very much like the Nawabs of the Avadh with Lucknowi cuisine. The only difference is that the Nizams of Hyderabad liked their food to be spicier, resulting in the Hyderabadi cuisine which included the Kacche Gosht ki Biryani and the Dum ka Murgh, Baghare Baingan and Achaari Subzi during the reign of the Nizams.
Karnataka cuisine is very diverse. Described as the mildest in terms of spice content of these four states' cuisines, there is a generous use of Jaggery, palm sugar and little use of chilli powder. Since the percentage of vegetarians in Karnataka is higher than other southern states, vegetarian food enjoys widespread popularity. Udupi cuisine forms an integral part of Karnataka cuisine.
Kerala cuisine is quite diverse. The diversity is best classified on the basis of the various communities. Most of the food is vegetarian but with the higher Christian and Muslim population than other states, non-vegetarian dishes are also common. The Hindus, especially the Namboodris and Nairs have a predominantly vegetarian cuisine, whilst the Christian and the Muslim communities have a largely non-vegetarian cuisine. The Syrian Christian dishes and Malabari Muslim dishes are famous. Since Kerala's main export is coconuts, almost all of the dishes, irrespective of the variety in the cuisines of the different communities, have coconuts associated with them, either in the form of shavings or oil extracted from the nut. Seafood is also very popular in the coastal regions and eaten almost every day.
A typical Tamil meal consists of many spicy and non-spicy dishes.Except Brahmins and a couple of non-brahmin castes Tamils eat more non-vegetarian. Many of these dishes are typically mixed and eaten with steamed rice, which is the staple food of the region.
Some of the chief varieties of spices produced in South India include cardamom, pepper, cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg.
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.
You will love making and serving your loved ones, family friends.
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This Application contains 500+ tamil recipes in four categories.
2. Non Vegetarian
3. Special Foods
4. Juices & Snacks
The contents will be updated based on the arrival of new recipes.
This app does not requires internet connection after download.
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These dishes can be made at home without taking tension about the ingredients as they are readily available at your home so that you do not have to rush to the market every time ,you want to make anything, for every other ingredient. This application includes variety of categories chosen from different location of South India so that you can experience variety of dishes cooked by you readily available at home itself. The categories includes according to the South Indian States like Andhra Pradesh, TamilNadu, Kerala and Karnataka.
In this app we have covered recipes of all types from south indian recipes.
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Coconut Burfi Recipe | Mithai | Indian Sweets
Peda Recipe, Indian Sweets
Rava Ladoo - Indian Sweets
Jalebi (Sweet) Recipe, Indian Vegetarian Cuisine
How to make Gulab Jamun (Indian Dessert/Sweets)
Agra Ka Petha
Besan Ladoo Recipe, Indian Sweets
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Kesar pista sandesh ( Indian milk dessert ) recipe
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How to Make RasGulla - Indian and Pakistani Sweets Recipe - Iftar and Eid Special
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Kalakand (Indian Sweet) Recipe
Kalakand Burfi - Traditional Indian Sweet - 15 Min Recipe
Sweet Satta or Phenori video recipe or Sweet Khaja or Balushahi - Indian Kutchi sweet - Dessert
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Based on the traditional meals we've made at home over several generations they reflect the culinary traditions of Tamil Nadu and Kerala. They're completely vegetarian and can be made in a kosher setting.
We don’t have thousands of recipes copied from cook books, but we can help you make healthy and tasty meals for your family with fresh vegetables.
One of our goals is to demystify this process and explain the various ingredients we use, exotic though they may be to Western audiences. To that end we've included a glossary of ingredients so you can shop for Indian spices with confidence.
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