Doosra Dosa: Quirky cricket recipes for the World Cup fan
Eat cricket. Not the figurative stuff — subsisting on fresh air and love for the Men in Blue while you cheer on or curse your team. We’ve put together easy-to-make recipes that are perfect for feeding the World Cup fever.
Inspired by the Indian team and their fave foods, putting a spin on popular dishes, these recipe ideas will earn you as much applause as a Virat Kohli century!
This recipe takes the everyday dosa and gives it an unexpected twist.
2 cups dosa batter, shop-bought or homemade
1 cup filling, such as seasoned keema or mixed vegetables, lightly mashed
2 tbsp ghee or oil
Heat a tava until it sizzles like the MA Chidambaram in May.
Pour a small ladle of batter and spread it fairly thinly like Indian fielders on Day 3 of a Test match.
Spread 2 tbsp of filling on the dosa.
Pour over another small ladle of batter and cover the filling.
Drizzle oil or ghee around the double dosa and cook both sides until crisp and brown like the Rajkot pitch on a hot summer’s day.
Serve hot with chutney.
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