7 Wines To Pair With South Indian Foods

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Welcome to the world of South Indian cuisine! Get ready to tantalize your taste buds with these 7 wines perfectly paired with your favorite dishes.

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Slide number 1: Idli and Dosa - These light and fluffy rice cakes and crispy crepes are best enjoyed with a crisp and refreshing Sauvignon Blanc. The acidity of the wine cuts through the richness of the coconut chutney and sambar.

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Slide number 2: Biryani - The king of all South Indian dishes, Biryani pairs beautifully with a full-bodied red wine like Shiraz or Cabernet Sauvignon. The tannins in the wine complement the spices in the dish.

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Slide number 3: Appam and Stew - The delicate flavors of this dish call for a light and fruity wine like Riesling. The sweetness of the wine balances out the spiciness of the stew.

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Slide number 4: Chettinad Chicken - This spicy and flavorful dish pairs perfectly with a bold and spicy red wine like Malbec or Zinfandel. The wine's bold flavors stand up to the intense flavors of the dish.

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Slide number 5: Fish Curry - The tangy and spicy flavors of this dish are best complemented by a crisp and acidic white wine like Pinot Grigio or Chenin Blanc. The wine's acidity cuts through the richness of the curry.

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Slide number 6: Prawn Fry - The crispy and spicy prawns are a match made in heaven with a dry and fruity rosé wine. The wine's sweetness balances out the spiciness of the dish.

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Slide number 7: Payasam - End your meal on a sweet note with this traditional South Indian dessert. Pair it with a sweet and fruity dessert wine like Moscato or Sauternes for the perfect ending to your meal.

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Slide number 8: Bonus Tip - When in doubt, go for a sparkling wine like Prosecco or Champagne. Its effervescence and acidity make it a versatile pairing for a variety of South Indian dishes.

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Slide number 9: So there you have it, 7 wines to pair with your favorite South Indian dishes. Experiment and find your perfect pairing, and let the flavors of the wine and food dance on your palate. Cheers!