Swedish style of Dosa


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At the cooking class we made some dosa. It tasted pretty good, little different from the normal dosa, or Indian dosa.
The Swedish-Indian dosa has semolina, flour, yoghurt and many other ingredients. Also, cooking time is may be 45 minutes. Swedish-Indian dosa and normal dosa has to be eaten directly, because the dosa taste best when it is fresh.

Dosa was one of my favorite dish from Indian kitchen. Also, my question is why can not Indian restaurants have Dosa on the menus?

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