If you are a fan of street food, after the wonderful local series (which will take you to Bangkok, Tokyo and Hong Kong), we recommend you a book about probably the most famous and extremely versatile food of Indian streets – dosa – in dozens of combinations.
Dosa is a thin pancake made of fermented rice and lentil dough, so it is naturally gluten- and lactose-free and very good to our bodies, and in combination with vegetables, proteins and sauces, it creates the perfect snack for any occasion, which is extremely easy to personalize. You’ll find a comprehensive introduction to the equipment, ingredients, and cooking techniques you’ll need, and then you can dive right into the cooking.
The recipes are divided into 4 categories: vegan, with meat/seafood, with eggs/dairy products and sweet. And to compose the perfect meal, you will need drinks and chutneys, for which you will also find recipes here. From more classic flavors such as masala dosa or dosa with various curries, to intriguing fusion combinations – dosa monsieur (Indian version of croque monsieur?) and dosa dog, with kimchi, crunchy with guacamole instead of nachos. There’s something for everyone!