Let's admit it, south Indian cuisine has a huge fan base that can easily give tough competition to any other cuisine in the world. The light, heart-warming sambhar served with idli, vada or dosa is comfort food at its best. While every dish in the cuisine is flavourful and unique on its own, dosa enjoys a large and dedicated following for its paper thin, flaky texture. If you are also one of those who love to gorge on this south Indian treat, you have arrived at the right place!
Masala dosa, Mysore masala dosa, aloo dosa and many more, you've probably heard of countless variations of dosa with many exciting stuffing. However, you would be surprised to know the spins you can give to your humble dosa that are beyond conventional. We have some quirky, quick and easy ideas you can try.
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So give your good old dosa a makeover with these yummy recipes. We are sure you it'll leave you drooling.
Also known as pesarattu, this dosa is a native of Andhra Pradesh and has the goodness of green gram and, green chillies and flavourful spices. Serve it piping hot and crispy with coconut chutney. Find the recipe here.
An amazing combination of Mexican and south Indian flavours, ghee roast chicken dosa quesadilla is a mouth-watering recipe that is perfect for all your spicy cravings. It can also be a great party appetiser with its succulent and juicy chicken chunks tossed with masala and ghee. Find the recipe here.
Healthy mini dosas made with whole wheat, soya milk and flavourful spices, these mini soya dosas are quick, easy and just perfect to relish for breakfast. Find the recipe here.
Packed with the goodness of urad dal and chana dal, cheese chilli dosa promises a cheesy treat that'll leave you craving for more. Tp cut through the cheesy overdose, the dosa also has a hint of chilly. Find the recipe here.
A super-easy and delicious dosa that you can relish even while fasting, samak ka dosa is made with samak rice, waster chestnut flour and rock salt. With boiled potatoes mixed with spices and stuffed inside, this is a perfect lunch recipe when you're fasting. Find the recipe here.
Try these lip-smacking dosa recipes at home and let us know how you liked it in the comments section below.