India loves dosa – just don’t tell the purists about the recipes with Chinese spices, chocolate, fruit

An Indian street vendor unwittingly sparked a heated Twitter discussion this week after a user shared a video of him preparing an innovative version of dosa, one of the nation’s most beloved dishes.Originating from South India, dosa is a thin pancake or crepe made from a fermented batter paired with lentils, coconut chutney and rice, that is enjoyed by millions every day.The street vendor’s version, named “Dilkhush” (“delightful”), was crafted from ingredients such as dry fruits, cheese and…

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