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    Default Any Masala Dosa experts here?

    Here are some YouTube videos on Masala Dosa:







    Which of them is most... authentic? Any Masala Dosa experts here?
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    Default Re: Any Masala Dosa experts here?

    do you mean the most authentic technique?

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    Default Re: Any Masala Dosa experts here?

    Yes, or better: the most similar taste to the Masala Dosa they serve in (South) India...
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    Default Re: Any Masala Dosa experts here?

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    Yes, or better: the most similar taste to the Masala Dosa they serve in (South) India...
    In my experience north and south have no difference.
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    Default Re: Any Masala Dosa experts here?

    from what i know, the technique of fanning the batter out with the ladle is correct - however when we have made them, they have been thicker and more pancake like.

    i'd like to make them thinner - practice i guess.

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    Default Re: Any Masala Dosa experts here?

    I can't claim to be an expert, but I have used a recipe from Madhur Jaffrey several times with great success. It also uses a rounded soup spoon to spread them out.
    The recipe uses long-grain rice and urad dal which you grind and ferment oveernight. Is this what you are looking for Korn?
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