A visit to South India is incomplete until you have dosa. Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, during her visit to Karnataka, not only ate dosa but also made it herself. Priyanka Gandhi visited a restaurant in Mysuru and tried her hand at making dosas. She also interacted with the restaurant’s staff, the owner and their family. She shared a video of her restaurant visit in a post on her Twitter handle. “Enjoyed making dosas with the legendary Mylari Hotel owners this morning. What a shining example of honesty, hard work, and enterprise. Thank you for your gracious hospitality. The dosas were delicious too. Can’t wait to bring my daughter to Mysuru to try them,” Priyanka Gandhi wrote in the caption of the tweet.
Take a look at Priyanka Gandhi’s tweet:
Enjoyed making dosas with the legendary Mylari Hotel owners this morning….what a shining example of honest, hard work and enterprise.
Thank you for your gracious hospitality.
The dosas were delicious too…can’t wait to bring my daughter to Mysuru to try them. pic.twitter.com/S260BMEHY7— Priyanka Gandhi Vadra (@priyankagandhi) April 26, 2023
Priyanka Gandhi visited the famous Mylari Hotel, which is one of the oldest restaurants in Mysuru serving authentic South Indian food. In the video, she can be seen entering the restaurant and going to the back of the kitchen. She then fills up a small round bowl with dosa batter from a large container and spreads it in circles on a flat cooktop heated with a burning coal fire. A total of six dosas were cooked simultaneously. Then, she flipped the dosas with a spatula to cook them from both sides.
Priyanka Gandhi even shared some pictures on her Instagram page in which she can be seen seated at a table in the restaurant and having her meal in the traditional way. Yes, on a banana leaf!
The Instagram post impressed her followers, many of whom left comments like:
“It’s been long since I have had dosa for my meal… It is a reminder for me… I’ll bring some dosa today.”
“Good job, keep it up.”
“Great rork Priyanka Ji.”
“Yeh dosa mujhe chayie.” (I want this dosa.)
“It looks yum.”
“Hum bhi khayenge madam.” (We will also eat it, ma’am.)
“I wish I could make a dosa exactly in a circular shape.”
Can you make dosa like this in a perfectly round shape?
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