Regional Cuisines of India 2007

Regional Cuisines of India was started in 2007. This is when we explored the wonderful cuisines of Tamil Nadu, Andhra, Maharastra, Punjab, Oriya, Karnataka and Tamil Festival Food. Unfortunately, RCI Bihar is missing a round-up, and RCI Kashmir didn’t take place. The links for these events can be found below.





Tamil cuisine   –  hosted by by Lakshmi of Veggie Cuisine



Andhra cuisineat Masala Magic


Hariyalli Chicken





Maharastrian cuisineat One Hot Stove

  • & Round-up Part One (snacks and light meals, street food, and rustic ),
  • Two (complete meals or jevan; spice mixes or masale; powders, chutneys or pickles; salads; dried or curried vegetables, beverages)  and
  • Three (dals and beans, eggs and meat; breads; rice dishes; sweets)



Punjabi cuisine –  at As Dear As Salt 

                Murgh Masala – Chicken in Onion Tomato Gravy 



Oriya Cuisine – hosted by Swapna from Swad



Karnataka Cuisine – hosted by Asha from Foodie’s Hope and Aroma Hope

  • & Round-up Part One (Snacks and appetizers, salads and stir-fries, chutneys, breakfast and brunch items),
  • Part Two (Breakfast and brunch items continued: dosas, idlis, rotis, uppittu, poori, chapati),
  • Part Three (Main Course)
  • and Part Four (Spice powders, pickles, desserts, Badami Halu , a Kashaya (medicinal drink) and Bisi bisi Mysore coffee)



Tamil Festival Foods – hosted by Viji from Vcuisine



Bihari Cuisine – hosted by Sangeeta from Ghar ka Khana





Kashmiri Cuisine – Trupti from The Spice who Loved me



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