Standard Thaali thambibhavan As basic as a South Indian meal can get and the thing about any South Indian meal Tam Brahm or Andhra or Mangalorean or Kannadiga or Malayali is that if is eaten rightly it hits the right chords of the appetite or else someone trying it for the first time might wonder what s the big deal about a platter full of food There are unsaid rules of the Thaali the most important one being Begin in Moderation For the first few Andhra meals I ate I was asked to skip a meal prior to it so that I could do justice to the food Noone told me that the thing with rice is it fills you up really fast The game is to start slow Taste the Puri with the Korma and then stop The Puri is extremely notorious and would fill you up real quick Stick to the rice Now everyone has their own ways of eating the rice I usually taste the pickle first if it s good I mix the plain rice with the pickle and let it sit for a bit This allows the pickle oil to get into the rice and taste so much better To this I d add the sambhar and mix well Crush some Papad into it and have some on the side too alongwith the Poriyal this helps break the monotony of the texture Bon Appetit Save some room for the Payasam It is extremely comforting Cheers n Happy Eatin P S It s almost as if a huge wave of South Indian restaurants has hit Ahmedabad again although I miss something as authentic and mind blowing as Coconut Grove what an experience

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Standard Thaali @thambibhavan
As basic as a South Indian meal can get and the thing about any South Indian meal (Tam-Brahm or Andhra or Mangalorean or Kannadiga or Malayali) is that if is eaten rightly, it hits the right chords of the appetite, or else someone trying it for the first time might wonder what's the big deal about a platter full of food.
There are unsaid rules of the Thaali, the most important one being - Begin in Moderation.
For the first few Andhra meals I ate, I was asked to skip a meal prior to it so that I could do justice to the food. Noone told me that the thing with rice is - it fills you up really fast. The game is to start slow!
Taste the Puri with the Korma and then stop. The Puri is extremely notorious and would fill you up real quick. Stick to the rice.
Now everyone has their own ways of eating the rice, I usually taste the pickle first, if it's good I mix the plain rice with the pickle and let it sit for a bit. This allows the pickle oil to get into the rice and taste so much better. To this, I'd add the sambhar and mix well. Crush some Papad into it and have some on the side too alongwith the Poriyal (this helps break the monotony of the texture)
Bon Appetit! 😄
Save some room for the Payasam! It is extremely comforting!
Cheers n Happy Eatin'!! P.S - It's almost as if a huge wave of South Indian restaurants has hit Ahmedabad again although I miss something as authentic and mind-blowing as Coconut Grove; what an experience!
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Standard Thaali @thambibhavan As basic as a South Indian meal can get and the thing about any South Indian meal (Tam-Brahm or Andhra or Mangalorean or Kannadiga or Malayali) is that if is eaten rightly, it hits the right chords of the appetite, or else someone trying it for the first time might wonder what's the big deal about a platter full of food. There are unsaid rules of the Thaali, the most important one being - Begin in Moderation. For the first few Andhra meals I ate, I was asked to skip a meal prior to it so that I could do justice to the food. Noone told me that the thing with rice is - it fills you up really fast. The game is to start slow! Taste the Puri with the Korma and then stop. The Puri is extremely notorious and would fill you up real quick. Stick to the rice. Now everyone has their own ways of eating the rice, I usually taste the pickle first, if it's good I mix the plain rice with the pickle and let it sit for a bit. This allows the pickle oil to get into the rice and taste so much better. To this, I'd add the sambhar and mix well. Crush some Papad into it and have some on the side too alongwith the Poriyal (this helps break the monotony of the texture) Bon Appetit! 😄 Save some room for the Payasam! It is extremely comforting! Cheers n Happy Eatin'!! P.S - It's almost as if a huge wave of South Indian restaurants has hit Ahmedabad again although I miss something as authentic and mind-blowing as Coconut Grove; what an experience! #IPaidForIt #FoodaholicsInAhmedabad #Foodaholics #Ahmedabad #Livetoeat #Foodhunt #Foodfind #Foodblog #Foodwriters #Food #FoodLove #Foodgasm #Foodporn #Foodstagram #Instafood #Foodnetwork #Foodfeed #Foodtalk #Foodtalkindia #PlacesToEatInAhmedabad #FoodInAhmedabad #ThingsToDoInAhmedabad

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