Bangalore is the startup capital of India. Here, you can find all sorts of people from different backgrounds and walks of life. But there is one thing that unites them all, and yes, it is food. When it comes to food, south Indian cuisine is heavily popular here. South Indian food is incomplete without Dosa.
Dosa comes in various varieties. Masala dosa, paneer dosa are some common examples. But the word dosa has certain emotions attached to it. Filled with a special mixture of potato and onions, dosa is eaten with peanut and coconut chutney and sambhar too. In this article, you will know the five different types of Dosa everyone loves in Bangalore.
1. Masala Dosa
It is a spicy version of the regular dosa. The crispy covering and the inner filling made of potatoes and onions, mixed with special spices give masala dosa and aromatic smell and amazing flavor.
Plain dosa is a simple version of Dosa. It doesn’t contain many spices. People who don’t want spiciness in their dosa prefer plain dosa. They eat it with sambhar or chutney. The combinations are savory and delicious.
This is a very common dosa, especially available in tiffin hotels in Bangalore. It is composed of black grams, rice, and parboiled rice. It is a spongy dosa that people usually eat during lunchtime.
4.Pesarattu or moong dosa
Pesarattu has a special conical shape that makes it different from other dosas. Here, no black gram is used; instead, green grams are soaked and blended to make this dosa. It goes well with ginger chutney or even upma.
The main ingredient of paneer dosa, apart from the batter, is paneer. The filling contains paneer and this makes it extra delicious and rich in protein. If you eat a whole paneer dosa, you will not need anything else for up to 4 or 6 hours.