For World Dosa Day, Mumbai’s Kamat’s Legacy Prepared Over 150 Unique Variations Of Dosa

Dosa continues to captivate hearts and palates

by Tejashee Kashyap
For World Dosa Day, Mumbai’s Kamat’s Legacy Prepared Over 150 Unique Variations Of Dosa

Few dishes possess the universal appeal and cultural significance that a dosa does. With its crispy exterior, soft interior, and tantalising aroma, dosa transcends regional boundaries to become a cherished culinary delight for millions around the globe. Renowned for its world-class cuisine, Mumbai’s Kamat’s Legacy celebrated World Dosa Day with a spectacular celebration at its Nariman Point Outlet. On March 10, for World Dosa Day, the restaurant featured one of the widest selections of dosas ever offered in a single day.

Kamat’s Legacy Showcased Various Dosa Preparations

 

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Renowned for its world-class cuisine, Kamat’s Legacy celebrated World Dosa Day with a spectacular celebration at its Nariman Point Outlet. On March 10, the eatery gave its customers an experience they will never forget. The event confirmed Kamat’s legacy as a pioneer in the food industry by showcasing an astounding array of over 150 dosa varieties. Every dish showcased the diverse range of South Indian cuisine, ranging from the unique Murugan Podi Dosa (Gun Powder Dosa) to the inventive Benne Dosa, the aromatic Ghee Roast Masala Dosa to the traditional Mysore Masala Dosa, and the tasty Poondu Dosa.

A committed crew of five chefs proved their culinary skills by preparing 300 dosas in under 2 hours and 30 minutes. The chefs created an unforgettable culinary extravaganza by combining 64 kgs of specially made batter with 15 kgs of diverse components such as veggies, paneer, fruits, dried fruits, and more. The variety of dosas on display that day delighted the palate and culinary creativity.

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Dosa Is Everyone’s Favourite

What truly sets dosa apart is its versatility. In recognition of its global appeal, dosa enthusiasts around the world come together every year to celebrate World Dosa Day. According to an article published by The Hindu, dosa remains a popular option, with cities such as Bangalore, Hyderabad, and Chennai topping the dosa trend. The masala dosa has become the most popular dish in Chandigarh, a city renowned for its love of parathas. Swiggy supplied 29 million dosas in the previous 12 months. Users purchased an average of 122 dosas each minute at breakfast alone, according to the order study from February 25, 2023, to February 25, 2024.

While biryani is the most popular dish in India, dosa has rapidly overtaken it as the second most ordered dish. Dosa continues to captivate hearts and palates with its irresistible blend of flavours and textures.

Cover image credits: Kamat’s Legacy