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Question Any indian cooks here?

what is best for cooking dosa.

one of these



or one of these



or is there a better one?
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Re: Any indian cooks here?

mrs jai recommends the top one
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Re: Any indian cooks here?

What's dosa? (cba googling )
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Re: Any indian cooks here?

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What's dosa? (cba googling )
you dont need google just search the forum mmmmmm dosa
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she didn't say invite us all round an she will cook us some then? she must have heard about petes table manners
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Re: Any indian cooks here?

here is a masala dosa, or it might be plain as i cant see inside Click image for larger version

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the doughnut at the back is vada that nice too but with sambar gravy, thats the stuff in pot on left, can get sambar in tesco but not as nice an spelt diffrent
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doh now i have made myself very hungry
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Re: Any indian cooks here?

so is a dosa a pic n mix

you start one end of the suaces and keep dipping
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so is a dosa a pic n mix

you start one end of the suaces and keep dipping
did it in what order you like, i usaly did the white n red and east the sambar on its own, i no like the green, and the best bit is you are supposed to eat with your fingers
a lot of places have hand washing place in the resturant seperate from the toilet
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Re: Any indian cooks here?

anyone know what goes into dhakeswari?
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dhakeswari not a dinner is it? it a place or summut isnt it
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Re: Any indian cooks here?

mrs jai says it's a sweet dish of some sort originating from a place of the same name, made with milk, sugar, nuts, ghee, saffron, etc....basically an edible heart attack
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so is dosa just bread then?

how you gonna cook a long one on them round plates
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Re: Any indian cooks here?

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so is dosa just bread then
more like a pancake, and you'd need a 8ft round one for some of the monsters i've seen
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Re: Any indian cooks here?

Chennai do a 6 foot one but they not so nice gone cold so better to have loads of normal 2 foot ones
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