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    South India is the home of magnificent temples, breathtaking nature, Carnatic music and four different classical dance forms. But if there’s one thing that we’re known for, it is our intricate, and ridiculously delicious, variety of breakfast foods. South Indian breakfast dishes are enjoyed around the world. We at the Clog decided it was time that we ranked them. 

    1. Dosa 

    If there’s one thing on this list that no South Indian will ever argue with, it is that dosa belongs at the top. In all its crispy, paper-thin, golden-brown goodness, the existence of Dosa is what makes me get out of bed every morning. It is easily my answer to the question: “If you could only choose one food to eat for the rest of your life, what would it be?” There are so many different kinds: plain dosa (which, unlike the name suggests, is anything but plain), masala dosa, rava dosa, onion dosa — the list goes on. All of them can be enjoyed with sambar, chutneys, podi and ghee, or just as they are. If I had to guess what taking a stroll in heaven feels like, eating a dosa seems like it would be pretty close. It pains me whenever dosas are described to those unfamiliar with them as “savory crepes.” I hate to break it to you, but crepes are actually sweet dosas. 

    2. Idli 

    Idli is synonymous with comfort. They even look like soft, fluffy, white pillows. These warm, steamed rice cakes are the perfect breakfast for a relaxing day, and even one of the healthiest options. Take a piece and dip it in ghee and sambar — it feels like someone is giving you a hug from the inside. There is nothing better than idli to kickstart your day or to pick you up when you’re tired. Well, nothing except for dosa, of course. 

    3. Uttapam

    Talk about the best of both worlds — uttapam is a kind of dosa that you make with idli batter. It is thick, crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, and absolutely divine. Add onions and chopped green chilies — it really packs a punch. Uttapam is guaranteed to keep you full and satisfied all day long.

    4. Vada 

    Vada reminds me of special occasions — weddings, family functions, you name it. These savory, deep-fried, doughnut-like fritters bring a festive feel to your morning meal. Just like the others, they too can be enjoyed plain, or with sambar and various chutneys. The only downsides are that they are harder to prepare and not the healthiest, and can leave you feeling too full. 

    5. Upma 

    Waking up to find out that there is upma for breakfast feels like getting a C on a test. Crushing disappointment, but hey, at least you didn’t fail. Compared to the other breakfast foods, this mushy, porridge-like concoction isn’t the best South India has to offer. Interestingly, the elders in the family all seem to love it. Perhaps, it is an acquired taste. For now, however, it’s a pass from me. 

    6. Poha 

    Poha is the villain of this ensemble. Nothing with whole peanuts in it should ever be trusted. 1/10. 

    We hope you enjoyed this impassioned power-ranking. If you ever find yourself in South India, or at any of the countless South Indian restaurants in the Bay Area, you now know what to order.

    There’s A New Superhero In Town And He’s Serving Flying Dosas To Mumbaikars; Check It Out

    If South Indian cuisine is your favourite, you definitely love dosas. Paper dosa, Masala dosa, Rava dosa, Mysore masala dosa, Neer dosa, Podi dosa, and so on; the varieties are endless and chances are you have tried all of them. Now there’s a latest addition to the dosa variety that’s taken the internet by storm. Any guesses? We are talking about the ‘Flying dosa’. Yes, you read that right!

    A Mumbai street vendor has grabbed all the attention on social media for his unique way of serving dosas. Shree Balaji Dosa in South Mumbai’s Mangaldas Market, which is quite popular for selling a whole range of dosas, has added yet another that flies straight to the customer’s plate from the skillet. Now that’s a little too much to believe, right? Wait till you see it yourself.

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    Video Credit: Street Food Recipes/Facebook

    A Facebook page called Street Food Recipes shared the video of the vendor showcasing his skills where he flips the dosas high up in the air and then lands them right onto the plate. The video was captioned as, “Serving Dosa LIKE A BOSS!”. Not to mention, the vendor does it with so much ease that too without looking at the customer’s plate, which is what makes it a fun watch. 

    The video has been widely shared on various social media platforms and has garnered almost 90 million views so far with lakhs of comments pouring in. However, the unique skill has divided the internet. While some were in complete awe of the seamless act, others considered it to be unhygienic. Some even reacted saying throwing food in the air is sheer disrespect towards food.  

    Earlier this year, another vendor from Indore went viral for selling flying Dahi Vadas at Joshi Dahi Bada House, Sarafa Bazar, Indore. The video was shared by the same Facebook page.

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    Video Credit: Street Food Recipes/Facebook

    Now that’s quite a skill, we must say! Let us know in the comments below if you have been to any of these places and how your experience was.

    rava dosa
    @softcore_xo @beparwaahh Please no hate on dosa! I cannot imagine life without dosa… masala dosa. Rava Dosa….…

    Big fan of the two hipsters who voted for pessarettu and rava dosa. Highly underrated dosas

    @ha_labha Haha same happened with me.. Puri tho aalu curry & Friend ki Rava dosa tho coconut chutney vesthunteNaa…

    Dinner – Onion Rava Dosa + Black Herbal Tea (Not in Picture)Good Night Tweeples 💤💤💤💤💤

    @Taangerine08 Normal dosa.. Ragi dosa.. Rava dosa.. Mudu repeat avthune vunay….. Week ki…🙌 Next Oats dosa planning….

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    also Suji, an Indian term for semolina; used in making Bombay rava, Rava dosa, etc. Rava (island), an island in the Croatian part of the Adriatic sea

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