Is idli North or South Indian?
Idli is an authentic South Indian dish, a savory rice-cake. India, being a vast country, has a wide variety of local cuisines. Idli belongs to southern India, primarily made in Tamil Nadu, Andhra & Karnataka. It is made by steaming fermented batter of rice & urad lentils.
In which state of India idli is eaten?
Idli: Story behind one of India’s most popular dishes – Initiative of a Tamil Nadu resident | The Economic Times.
In which state idli is mainly eaten?
|Place of origin||India|
|Region or state||South India|
|Associated national cuisine||India, Sri Lanka|
|Serving temperature||Hot with a condiment such as sambar or chutney|
Where did idli come from?
Which state is famous for idli sambar?
It is popular in South Indian and Sri Lankan Tamil cuisines. One of the stories is that it originated in the kitchen of Thanjavur Marathas ruler Shahuji during the 17th century from the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu.