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do·sa

 (dō′sə)
n.
A thin crisp pancake of Indian origin, typically made from rice flour, stuffed with vegetables, chicken, or other ingredients, and served with chutney.

[Hindi ḍosā, of Dravidian origin; akin to Tamil tōcai, Kannada dōse.]

dosa

(ˈdəʊsə)
n
(Cookery) a savoury Indian pancake
[Kannada]
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Dosa praised the prime minister statement in supporting the representation of youth and woman, saying this meant that the upcoming government would implement the revolution's objectives.
The dosa grinder, I can say from experience, has become more user friendly and easy on the arms.
On most days the restaurant's owner, Dharma Gohil, can be found in front of the eatery mastering his dosa making technique on a griddle he has modified specifically for the purpose.
Podi Dosa plans to serve dishes from both northern and southern India and specialize in dosas, a type of pancake made with fermented batter.
There's a top lineup assembled for the first DOSA, joining DJs Hollie The Disco Dolly and Warren will be guest DJ Michael Caithness from Tynemouth, well known on the Newcastle nightlife scene as a club, manager, promoter and a man who knows his music!
But then come people; leaders who feel some particular smells are not needed: They look at loving hands that make the dosa, fry the omelette or place the potato in the paratha, then scowl as in another kitchen a different smell, tells of another breakfast being made?
Overall, we were impressed with the quality of food served at the Dosa Hut.
Cafe T provides the regular south Indian blends like idlis, dosas, and vadas.
But this is Jesmond's new Dosa Kitchen, and its opening comes surrounded by considerable hype.
JHANG -- Cheques of Rs 223,000 were given to 45 cattle owners of Union Council Dosa and Chak 7/2 Thal Shumali under Care and Wellbeing of Cattle programme of the Punjab government.
On the other hand, Dakshin Rasoi, the 100 percent vegetarian outlet will offer authentic South Indian food including the traditional idli, dosa, upma and sheera along with a few innovations such as mini basil dosa with corn and ratatouille, morel dosa with porcini and chestnut ragout with porcini cream sauce, green garlic dosa with tofu, bok choy and peanuts served with a basil pesto.
Total calories per serving: 161 Fat: 5 grams Carbohydrates:20 grams Protein: 8 grams Sodium: 2 milligrams Fiber: 10 grams Sambar and Dosa (South Indian Lentil and Vegetable Stew with a Sourdough Crepe) (Serves 5) Frozen vegetable drumsticks or moringa (see: https:// www.asianfoodcentre.com/5187-thickbox_default/ deep-premium-indian-vegetable-drumsticks.jpg), asafetida powder, and black gram are available at Asian and Indian grocery stores.