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If you are looking for some delicious and easy recipes from Tamil Nadu, you might want to check out this audio download. It features a Tamil aunty who shares her secrets and tips on how to make some of the most popular dishes from the region. You will learn how to make sambar, rasam, idli, dosa, vada, chutney, pongal, biryani and more.


The audio download is about 30 minutes long and it is divided into two parts. The first part covers the basics of Tamil cuisine, such as the spices, ingredients and utensils used. The second part covers the actual recipes and instructions on how to prepare them. The aunty speaks in a clear and friendly voice and explains everything in a simple and easy way.


You can download the audio file from the link below and listen to it on your phone, computer or any other device. You can also share it with your friends and family who are interested in learning more about Tamil food. Enjoy!


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Sambar is one of the most common and versatile dishes in Tamil cuisine. It is a spicy and tangy lentil soup that can be served with rice, idli, dosa or vada. Sambar can be made with different vegetables, such as drumstick, okra, eggplant, carrot, pumpkin and more. The key to a good sambar is the sambar powder, which is a blend of roasted spices such as coriander seeds, cumin seeds, fenugreek seeds, red chillies and curry leaves. You can make your own sambar powder at home or buy it from a store.


Rasam is another popular soup that is often served as a second course after sambar. Rasam is lighter and thinner than sambar and has a more sour and peppery taste. Rasam is made with tamarind juice, tomatoes, garlic, black pepper, cumin seeds and other spices. Rasam is good for digestion and can also help relieve cold and cough. You can drink rasam as a soup or mix it with rice.


Idli is a soft and fluffy steamed cake made from fermented rice and black gram batter. Idli is a healthy and nutritious breakfast option that can be eaten with sambar, chutney or podi (a spicy powder). Idli can also be stuffed with vegetables, cheese or nuts to make it more filling and tasty. You can make idli in a special idli mould or in a microwave.Okay, I will continue the article. Here are some more paragraphs:


Dosa is a thin and crispy crepe made from fermented rice and black gram batter. Dosa can be plain or stuffed with various fillings, such as potato masala, onion, cheese, paneer or chicken. Dosa can be served with sambar, chutney or podi. Dosa can also be rolled or folded into different shapes and sizes. You can make dosa on a flat griddle or a non-stick pan.


Vada is a deep-fried snack made from ground black gram or lentils. Vada can be round, oval or doughnut-shaped and can have different toppings, such as onion, curry leaves, green chillies or coconut. Vada can be eaten with sambar, chutney or rasam. Vada can also be soaked in yogurt and spices to make dahi vada, a popular chaat item.


Chutney is a spicy and tangy sauce that can accompany idli, dosa, vada or any other dish. Chutney can be made with different ingredients, such as coconut, mint, coriander, tomato, onion, garlic, ginger or tamarind. Chutney can be ground to a smooth paste or left chunky. Chutney can also be tempered with mustard seeds, curry leaves and red chillies for extra flavor. 9160f4acd4






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