Masala dosa

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Not to be confused with the French band Masaladosa.
Masala dosa
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Masala dosa with chutneys
Place of origin Karnataka
Region or state India
Main ingredients Parbolied rice, potato
Variations Mysore masala dosa, rava masala dosa, onion masla dosa
Cookbook: Masala dosa  Media: Masala dosa

Masala dosa or Masale Dose is a popular South Indian food originated from Karnataka [1] It is made from rice, potato, methi, curry leaves and served with chutneys and daal. Previously it was one of the most common breakfast in the South[2] and now Masala dosa can be found in rest of India[3] and other parts of the world.[4] It is the most popular variation of dosa.[5] In South India preparation of masala dosa varies from city to city.[6] South Indian dish masala dosa ranked number 4 on the list of '10 foods to try before you die', compiled by US newspaper The Huffington Post.[7]


The masala is prepared separately along with the chutney, dal and juice. Dosa is made at the end and then mixed with the masala.[8] Served with chutney.[9]


Rice, husked black gram, mustard seeds, fenugreek seeds, salt, vegetable oil, potatoes, onion, green chillies, curry leaves, turmeric.[10]



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