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Video: Making Mysore Masala Dosa


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Following up on the Video: Making of Rava Dosa and Masala Dosa, here is the next installment of making Mysore Masala. I was surprised they spread a red chilli paste over the dosa, I had thought they sprinkle a spice blended podi (powder) as seen at the Shanbhag fast food place in Hospet, Karnataka. Delicious, nonetheless. A Mysore Masala Dosa at Kamats, Colaba costs Rs 38 (US 85 cents)! I want two, delivered.

Quick Update: Was in India with M & Meera and thus no updates in a while. We were constantly visiting relatives or traveling around Maharashtra. What an amazing country! Now utterly exhausted. Over the next month, be prepared for more Meera and travelogues. Let me what you all have been up to.



Few of my South Indian Food Posts:



Comments

  1. love it, makes me miss fresh dosas in India. love the music in the background as well. mind sharing with us what the name of the tune/composer is?

  2. Aww you posted this one too! I am jealous 🙂

  3. Poornima Prabhu says:

    Good one… 🙂 Makes me nostalgic 😦

    • Thank you. See I take these videos when in India, when I eat sooo much I don’t even want to think of eating. Then I post them when in Boston and am really craving this. 😦
      There must be a middle ground.
      Hope you are doing well.
      Arun

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