Mumbai's street food fare is counted as one among the best in the country. While the range of food is impressive, sometimes the art of selling it also becomes useful tool in drawing crowd. A video from Shree Balaji Dosa in South Mumbai's Mangaldas Market has gone viral for its unique way of serving up hot and fresh dosas. The 'flying dosas' as they are now being referred to, are essentially cooked dosas that are sent flying straight to the plate from the skillet. The internet cannot stop gushing about the sheer expertise of this dosa seller, who can be seen flipping these dosas high up in the air in such a way that they land straight on to the customer's plate. The video shared by a Facebook page called 'Street Food Recipes' has clocked in more than 84 million views already, and the little stunt is become a hot topic of discussion among foodies across the country.
The video shows the dosa seller making masala dosas on a regular skillet, with a basic dosa batter. The viral video has also irked a few users who are calling the stunt 'disrespectful' to food and 'unnecessary'. "What's the fun in this? Is this required to make good food? Yes, it is a great skill, but unnecessary", remarked a user. "For all you Dosa consuming people respect the person who is earning a living, don't judge other people you are not above him", wrote another user defending the dosa seller. What are your thoughts about the 'flying dosa', do let us know in the comments below.
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About Sushmita SenguptaSharing a strong penchant for food, Sushmita loves all things good, cheesy and greasy. Her other favourite pastime activities other than discussing food includes, reading, watching movies and binge-watching TV shows.