- From Kannada ದೋಸೆ. (Wiktionary)
“What makes Dhirda a Marathi recipe unlike the dosa is the sweet tinge to it.”
“Srivalli's Dosa Mela ( "dosa" is a family of Southern Indian crepes/pancakes and "mela" is a gathering or fair) has me all excited.”
“Each dosa is made to order and the cooks are congenial and seem to take pride in what they serve.”
“Adding poha (flattened rice flakes) to dosa is something new to me.”
“Rava Dosa: Instead of the regular dosa batter, this dosa is made with a semolina (rava) batter; it is a dosa that looks lacier and has a different taste”
“The concept of using atta (fine whole wheat flour) for dosa is completely new to me.”
“When the top of the dosa is dry, sprinkle some (or a lot!) of the chutney powder and a little bit of the potato stuffing.”
“Kept reading till I reached the word dosa, was thinking where is the Pooda here, I can see only the dosa, hahahha.”
“I cannot claim that I am a great cook, but guess, dosa is one of my speciality!”
“Some people like the paper thin dosa and others like the thicker kind, the ones that you find in thattukadas (mobile food carts in Kerala, kind of like the ones found in NY city).”
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