Dosa is the common stereotype of south-Indian breakfast dishes. True to some extent, this popular Indian pancake is found in various form across the subcontinent and even the world. There are umpteen varieties of dosas ranging from plane rice dosa to chicken and schezwan dosa. Onmanorama gives you a list of 7 most popular dosa varieties apart from the basic rice variant.
The one food that made it into CNN Travel's “World's 50 best foods” list, Masala dosa is the king of dosas, or even the king of south-Indian breakfasts. Masala dosas are simply rice crepes filled with potato masala. Served with chutney and sambar, it tastes like heaven.
Green gram dosa
Also known as Pesarattu, green gram dosa is a popular Andhra breakfast dish. This protein-rich dosa is a great idea for an instant, healthy breakfast. It is commonly served with ginger chutney and upma. Yes, you heard it right, pesarattu is the best companion for upma.
This crispy dosa would be the thinnest in the dosa family. This lacy, light dish plays well as an easy cook, instant traditional Karnataka breakfast. It works well with chutney as well as chicken and prawn curries.
Dosa doesn't necessarily be made of rice always. This crispy semolina dosa is a fun breakfast to start the day with. And the best part, it can be made instantly as there is no need to keep the batter overnight. Like the common dosa varieties, rava dosa can also be served with coconut chutney.
Give a non-veg twist to your dosa with this “thattukada favorite” egg dosa recipe. They don't even need a chutney to go with often.
Jack fruit dosa
Jack fruit is a seasonal fruit. But the few months they are available every year, all sorts of recipes are practically made with this magic fruit. Made with jack fruit, rice and jaggery, this sweet dosas can also be served as a snack.
Ragi wheat dosa
Another non-rice dosa recipe that will show justice to your diet, this low fat ragi variety can be easily made also. They are best served with coconut chutney.