What If You Can Print Dosa? And What If Dosa Comes To Your Plate Surprisingly?
Technology can do anything. A machine called ‘Dosa Printer’ can print dosas like a photocopier machine. And a dosa factory flies dosas from the pan to your plate.
We are experiencing devices and gadgets we never would have thought would exist in the future because of the rapid advancement of technology and the ongoing drive to develop new things to make human life easier.
We’ve gone a long way from roti makers to dishwashing machines. We now have a new device to help with culinary tasks, which is another addition to this lengthy list.
The device, referred to as a “Dosa Printer,” performs its intended function. Crispy dosas can be printed using the printer in the same way that other documents are.
Viral Video of ‘Dosa Printer’ Machine
The people were utterly astounded when Samantha, a Twitter user, tweeted a video of the device called Dosa Printer.
She fills one side of the machine with the dosa batter in the video. She then decides how many dosas she needs and chooses the dosa’s thickness.
Surprisingly, the device printed the original dosa like a photocopier machine processes papers or documents.
Unbelievable, right? Well here is the video, watch yourself.
Dosa printer 😳 pic.twitter.com/UYKRiYj7RK— Samantha /சமந்தா (@NaanSamantha) August 23, 2022
Audience Reactions On ‘Dosa Printer’ Machine
As the user, Samantha shared the video, it has gone viral and collected 58,000 views. People reacted to this video differently. Here are some of the comments & reactions:
- Just thinking about whether after installation, it will give out a Mini Uttapam as a test page.
- And what to do in case of Paper/Dosa Jam
- Oh wow! Wouldn’t mind tasting this. I’m kind of sure it’ll be a disaster – but still.”
Have You Tried ‘Flying Dosa’ In South Mumbai?
Not only are a few Indian states known for their delicious dosas, but dosa stalls can be found all around the country.
Therefore, if you’re in Mumbai and want to go to a South Indian restaurant that offers fantastic food and an improved experience, check out this special spot in Kalbadevi.
A super-popular addition to their menu of South Indian foods at Shree Balaji Dosa in South Mumbai’s Mangaldas Market is the ‘flying dosa’.
The food stall is very well-liked and offers a wide selection of mouthwatering dosas. The manner in which the food is served at this establishment is more fascinating.
Dosas are delivered here directly from the pan to the plate. An experienced dosa seller is seen in a video posted by the Facebook page Street Food Recipes preparing and flipping dosas before they drop directly on the plate.
Your mouth will drop open in shock at the dosa vendor’s distinctive method of serving dosa.