A crisp dosa lathered with a fiery red chutney and stuffed with some mashed potato filling.
Pesarattu is a dosa like preparation native to Andhra Pradesh. It is made with green gram eaten as a snack or a breakfast meal.
A crisp Kuttu Dosa Recipe. Potato filled dosa, the batter of which is made of buckwheat flour and colocasia.
South Indian dosa with a twist. This one's made with a cheese and chilly flakes filling.
The word 'Neer' literally means water! A thin, crisp dosa made with a runny rice batter. It is very light and is known to be a Kannada delicacy.
A low fat South Indian dish which goes best with the coconut chutney. Relish this easy to make meal for breakfast.
Mini dosas made from soya milk and whole wheat flour.
A crisp dosa made with rava an topped with a onion-green chilly mixture.
A South Indian breakfast classic! Paper thin dosas made with semolina or sooji.
Lightly cooked potatoes with onions, spices, curry leaves and mustard seeds, wrapped in a crisp crepe.
The dosa might be seen as a traditional breakfast or a tiffin snack, but in many homes across South India, the dosa is also a dinner time regular, with many side dishes to go with ...
Whether it's for breakfast, as a coffee-time (and not tea-time!) snack or dinner at midnight, the ubiquitous dosa (Dosai in Tamil Nadu or Dose in Karnataka) is always in the mix.
Who doesn't love the idea of being served a hot and crispy dosa? Especially when it comes from a place that boasts of using a fantastic traditional recipe since 80 years!
Bored of the traditional coconut chutney? Here are our 10 best chutney recipes for dosa to make your meal more exciting. You can thank us later!
Are you one of those who finds the aroma of freshly made dosa spellbinding? Then you will be excited to try these fusion flavours.
Did you know that the 'dosa' is listed on the World's 50 most Delicious Foods?
Here's an authentic recipe for the famous Benne Dosa from Bengaluru (Bangalore). The word 'Benne' literally means butter and as the name suggests, this delicious treat is definitely not for the faint hearted.
A restaurant in Bangalore is witnessing large footfalls, since the debut of their latest delicacy, a gold-plated dosa, which is priced at a whooping Rs. 1,011. One of the restaurateurs chanced upon the idea of ...
This restaurant in Mumbai is taking its love for dosa a notch higher by serving over 100 varieties of dosas.
For the uninitiated, Uthappams (Uthappa in Kannada) might be very similar to a dosa but they're not the same thing. Crispy on the outside and soft on the inside this is almost where the dosa ...