10 famous dosa varieties in India

 Cheese Burst Dosa: A contemporary twist to the traditional dosa, this version is filled with gooey melted cheese, appealing to those with a love for fusion cuisine.

 Mysore Masala Dosa: Originating from the city of Mysore, this dosa variant is smeared with a spicy red chutney and stuffed with a potato filling

 Neer Dosa: Hailing from Karnataka, neer dosa is made from rice batter and is thin, lacy, and ideal for a refreshing dining experience.

Set Dosa: These smaller, thicker dosas are usually served in a set of three and are soft, spongy, and perfect for soaking up delicious gravies.

 Masala Dosa: A South Indian classic, filled with a spiced potato mixture and served with coconut chutney and sambar.

 Rava Dosa: Made from semolina, this dosa has a crispy texture and is often accompanied by a tangy tamarind sauce.

 Palak Dosa: A healthy variation, palak dosa incorporates spinach into the batter, imparting a vibrant green color and added nutritional value.

 Plain Dosa: A simple yet delicious dosa, made with a fermented rice and urad dal batter, served hot with coconut chutney and sambar.

Ulli Karam Dosa is a South Indian delicacy known for its unique flavor and aromatic blend.

Ulli Karam Dosa is a South Indian delicacy known for its unique flavor and aromatic blend.

Ghee Roast Dosa: This dosa variety is generously smeared with ghee, resulting in a rich and flavorful experience with a hint of crispiness.