Travel | Dosai fit for Train Travellers

Dosai for hungry people

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Dosai fit for Train Travellers.

While waiting for an overnight train from Tiruvannamalai to Rameswaran Island, in a group of 96 travellers, we had to be highly organised. It certainly was great fun, and as I waited on the platform I could watch this expert dosa maker ply his trade.

He was so very practiced – dosa after dosa flew from his grill onto large plates. I would have given a fortune to try one in the local train station cafe, but it was further down the platform, and we had to stay in our organised groups for fear of missing the right carriage or the train.

It was late at night and the photos are through a window, but I watched this man for a long time. He was a master of dosa making. Check out the large vat of dosa batter that he is using. It is poured with a cup onto the grill, rapidly spread into a large circle, and then those dosai are flipped and cooked with such a deft hand.

It is HOT work.

Mr Dosa Maker, have no fear. Dosa is one of my most loved of Indian foods. I will be back to try yours.

Making Dosai

Making Dosa

 

 

 

 

Author: Ganga108

Heat in the Kitchen, Cooking with Spirit. Temple junkie, temple builder, temple cleaner. Lover of life, people, cultures, travel. Champion of growth, change and awareness. Taker of photos. Passionate about family. Happy.

6 thoughts on “Travel | Dosai fit for Train Travellers”

  1. Thats a great theme..and so nice of you to send this to me…really a great post…watching the dosa maker busy with his hot tawa is one interesting sight!

    Hi Srivalli, can’t wait for the Dosa Mela Roundup!

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  2. May not be as fancy as a French creperie, but it certainly makes me say ‘Ooh la la’🙂. Do you have a mail id? If its ok, can you pls mail me at [address removed]?

    Sure, Suganya, will email you now….

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  3. heh heh! so when are you going back?
    We will be in India in July! 🙂

    Oh, I wish! Although I have seriously contemplated going again during the year, it is unlikely to happen before the end of the year or next year.

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