Dosas in Delhi

Kolt Martin
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August 21, 2017
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India

While visiting our friend Elizabeth in Delhi she took us out for Dosas which are one of her favorite Indian foods. A dosa is a thin crispy crepe-like pancake with a savory filling.

They are actually a breakfast food from southern India but we ate them for dinner while in northern India. Thug life.

The Dosas we got were huge. They were folded into a triangle shape and the corners stretched off sides of our large plates. Our Dosas were filled with spiced and seasoned potatoes and served with various different chutneys (a spicy condiment made of fruits or vegetables). Like most Indian food, they had a crazy amount of flavor which was accented perfectly with the light, crispy taste and texture of the pancake.

Dosas can be found all over India and are perfect for when you feel like you’ve had too many curry dishes. They also get bonus points for being fast and really cheap.  

The Kolt Score:

5/5

Note: It has been brought to my attention that certain individuals (Gunnar) think that I shouldn’t give every new food a 5/5 score because “it makes it less meaningful”. I would like these individuals (Gunnar) to know that my scoring system is flawless. It is extremely comprehensive and every food is rigorously evaluated on over 100 different criteria. I just happen to pick perfect meals every time. So step off.

Kolt Martin

I'm UI/UX Designer and I am originally from Michigan. I love to design intuitive, easy to use websites and apps. I was also a soccer player for most of my life and I love to play whenever I get the chance. I also love Star Wars, good food, and my wife Deanna.

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