Mouth-Watering much? Made liters of Idly Dosa Batter over the weekend? I did too! It’s gonna be Masala Dosa night here. You should try it too!
“Dosa” the recipe that is well known to be indigenous to South India, is experimented with across the country and now they say there are over 100 variations of this veggie delight. Although still unsure of the State of origin of this recipe, more often than not, the immensely popular Masala Dosa is tied to Mysore. What’s funny though is, no matter how many variations of Dosa are discovered, I always chose to order “Masala Dosa” in restaurants irrespective of the time of the day. That’s our little love story!
Oh and Masala Dosa comes in variations too (celebrations in the stomach!) of which Mysore Masala Dosa gets the people’s choice award! Some Street vendors have experimented with this delicacy to give it the Indian street touch- and they call it Mumbai Street Food- Mysore Masala. This post dives into all the three variations of our traditional Masala Dosa.
PS: Dosa pairs well with Chutneys such as coconut chutney, onion tomato chutney, Mint/pudina chutney, peanut chutney, ginger chutney, and Sambhar
Tamil Nadu- Home/Restaurant Style Recipe
Mysore Masala Dosa Recipes
Mumbai Street Food Style – Masala Dosa Recipe
Some very generic and useful pointers for Masala and Dosa prep:
Is your dosa turning soft and not crisp and brown as in the Restaurants?
And for Masala..