Acorn: Sunday Levity: Foreign origins of the South Indian breakfast

Acorn: Sunday Levity: Foreign origins of the South Indian breakfast    
ஆக்கம்: (author unknown) | August 16, 2009, 11:56 am

Can you stomach the truth? Most people—most of all South Indians—react to this with shock and denial. Some go on and come to terms with it. What could be more South Indian? Photo: avlxyz/Alpha Well, the fact is the idli—a dish that is almost synonymous with South India—was probably an import from what is now Indonesia (and what was then the Sri Vijaya empire). This little morsel comes from the late K Thammu Achaya, food scientist and historian. As Vikram Doctor writes: It’s…surprising then...தொடர்ந்து படிக்கவும் »
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