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1. Hawkins Futura Non Stick Aluminium Dosa Tawa Check Price on Amazon Specification Manufactured using a unique patented processGas Stovetop and Electric Top compatible. Will not work on Induction CooktopHigh quality German non-stick coating to reduce oil usageNon-stick coating locked

Tosai, the bright yellow Dosai Shop that can be spotted all over the city, has launched three new innovative Dosai variations – Pasta Dosai, Madras Biryani Masala Dosai and Paneer Tikka Dosai, in addition to the many Dosai toppings on

“That is one of the best Dosa I had in my life” My wife kept telling me and wanted me to accompany her to the restaurant in Krishnagiri. After some contemplation finally on a weekend morning we decided to go

Masala uttapam recipe, is a simple kids friendly tiffin recipe.

You’d be hard put to find a Chennaiite who doesn’t love dosas. The humble dish is etched true and deep into our breakfast routines that we can never think of home food without thinking of them. However, dosas have now

Apart from Rajnikanth and Carnatic music, Southern India has given us way more things to gush about – their food topping this list. Don’t you just love the crunch of a piping hot paper dosa and the aroma of sambar

Delicious Onion Rava Dosa has its own charm. Make it in your kitchen with this simple recipe and surprise your loved one with this delicious treat! Print Recipe Saravana Bhavan Onion Rava Dosa Recipe Crispy & Delicious Rava Dosa! Votes:

The wafting aroma of a crisp and delicious Masala Dosa, that too right in the morning is unlike any other. Let’s relish this delicious dish with this easy recipe! Print Recipe Saravana Bhavan Masala Dosai Recipe Crispy & Delicious Masala

The vegetarian delicacies at Saravana Bhavan are famous for their taste. We absolutely love the Kal Dosai and enjoy eating the soft treats with a dash of podi. Print Recipe Saravana Bhavan Kal Dosai Recipe Soft, Melt-In-The-Mouth Dosai! Votes: 0

Carrot Chutney is spicy and tasty with a blend of different spices. This chutney rich in Vitamin A is extremely good for eyes and skin. It goes well with all tiffin varieties.

Podi Dosa Recipe

Podi dosa is a simple and easy South Indian dosa, which can be served when you are running out of time to make a chutney or sambar. I always love milagai podi with dosa and i wanted to try this at home and finally made today for breakfast.

Oats dosa recipe or instant oats dosa recipe – a very quick and easy no grind oats dosa, best among delicious and healthy indian oats recipes.

Kal Dosa Recipe

Kal Dosa with Kara Chutney is one of the famous combination served in hotels. We can serve this soft kal dosa with Tiffin Sambar or other types of chutney too.

1.Masala Dosa Recipe A South Indian delicacy that is now popular all over the world. It may take time but it’s completely worth it. 2.Ragi Dosa Recipe A fermented recipe of ragi or finger millet dosa made with ragi flour,

Mumbai loves its cheese and after all if Chocolate and Cheese combination in a sandwich can become a major hit, so can pasta with five whole layers of cheese. Yes, you can rub yours eyes all you want but Pure

Do you crave delicious dosas for breakfast each morning but can’t bring yourself to prepare the batter? Well, Vanakkam Foods will deliver it to your home for a small delivery charge and since it is salt and preservative free, you

This legendary outlet is a must-try if you ever visit Bangalore. The wait may be long, and the distance far to travel but the Benne Masala Dosa is oh, so worth it. Central Tiffin Room (CTC) gives you the complete

Pesarattu is not only easy to prepare but also very nutritious as we are using green gram to make this dosa . A delicacy from Andhra Pradesh, it is sometimes served with plain upma (pesarattu with upma is know as MLA pesarattu) and ginger chutney.

We are not at all surprised by this result. Who can say no a to a perfectly crisp (or soft) Dosa in the morning? It is the only food in the world which can have the title “plain” before it

Masala Dosa is a staple in every good Bangaloreans diet. We absolutely cannot live without it and will travel to lengths to get it. I recall a trip to Chennai where I ate my dad’s head off about how awful the