Know Your Neighbour : Lesser Known Authentic  Delicacies Of Tamil Nadu

Mana state lo ekkadekada a vantakalu popular lo manaki telusu. Kani mana pakana neighbouring states lo specalities ento telusukundama? Tamil Nadu anagane manaki ventane gurtochedi Sambar, Filter Coffee, Pongal! Kani avi kakunda there are more authentic and tasty cusines that are lesser known.

1. Jigarthanda.

1 - Jigarthanda

Idi Tamil version of Hyderabadi Falooda la untundi. It has milk, almond gum, root syrup, and ice cream. Very tasty and cooling affect istundi. Though it originated from Madurai, it is available all over Tamil Nadu. If you have n’t tried this, this should top your bucket list when you visit Chennai.

2. Kothu Parotta/Chilli Parotta.

2 - chilli parotoa

Kothu means Chopped. This chopped parotta is a famous street food in Tamil Nadu. Parotta ni smaller pieces la chop chesi then is mixed with veggies and sauces. It is available in both Veg and Non-veg variants. It is tastier in roadside stalls than proper restaurants.

3. Sundal.

3 - Sundal

A healthier option for munching. Beach dagara baga kanipinche snack. Boiled Chana ki tampering, freshly grated coconut and shredded raw mango add chesi chestaru. It’s a simple and delightfully appetizing snack.

4. Chettinad Chicken.

4 - Chettinad Chicken

Chettinad is a region in Tamil Nadu. Chicken Chettinad is one of the best chicken recipes you may have tried yet. A popular chicken curry, cooked in some peppery authentic Chettinad paste laced with coconut and onions. Idi konchem spicy gane untundi ani cheppali, yet very tasty.

5. Paniyaram.

5 - Sundal

Idi mana telugu states lo kuda chestaru. Kani it’s a very popular Tamil Nadu dish. Sweet and spicy versions available untai. Long trips plan cheskunapudu best food to carry.

6. Biryani.

6 - biryani

Dum Biryani ki Hyderabad pettindi peru. Kani Chennai kuda chala famous for Biryani. Ikada Biryanis taste is a little different. Dindigul is a region in Tamil Nadu. Akada nundi originate ina Thalappakatti Biryani ikada brand ipoindi. So all Biryani lovers, Bon Appetit in Tamil Nadu as well!!

7. Atho.

7 - atal

Athoke is a Burmese cusine. Burma nundi kontha mandi refugees Chennai lo settle iayaru many years back. They started their own Atho stalls in Burma bazar. Atho is noodles with shredded cabbage, eggs and various other ingredients. Both Veg and Non-Veg options untai.

So Next time you are in Chennai or any part of Tamil Nadu, Don’t forget to check out the above-mentioned delicacies! Also, let us know your favourite ones in the comments below

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