This Coconut/Veggi dish is part of the south Indian banquet called Sadhya.
Indian staple lentil stew accompanies almost any dish. See also: ashram style sambar.
Fill this into your Dosa and make it Masala Dosa!
A coconut chutney which can be eaten as a side dish rather then a dip.
Pachadi is a side-dish curry similar to the north Indian Raita. Also part of sadya.
Basic vegetable strew with a bit of south Indian twist.
Every cook has it’s own recipe when it comes to curry/chili pastes.
Usually it’s spinach with cheese (palak paneer): Why not have it vegan with Tofu!
Dal. It does not get more basic Indian than that. Hari Om Tat Sat.
Eaten with rice and curry and is also part of the traditional Keralite sadhya. Om So Hum.
Make fresh tempeh from Soy beans!
Make Tofu from soy beans!
Simple non Coconut, North-Indian rendition. Hari Om!
Another South-Indian stew that served as part of Sadhya. Om Namo Narayana.
The stew that powers India. Bum Bholenath! See also: Jairam Cafe Sambar
Yummy mashed potatoes for lots of hungry people; Hare Krishna