There’s a section of people who really take their food super seriously and they cannot see anyone mess it around for them. On Wednesday, Dosa became one of the top trends on Twitter. If you are wondering that Dosa is the name of some new web series or there’s some quirky innovation to it which makes it the talk of the town then sorry to disappoint you. Well, it all started when someone on Twitter just tried to convince that “North Indian Dosa” is better than South Indian Dosa. People from all around the world joined the debate.
Here began the battle of food, followed by a battle of states and much more. Check out what Tweeple have been talking about it:
no but seriously, the dosa in bangkok is better than the dosa in north india
— san-dhying (@sandhyada1) October 6, 2021
Bruh😂😂😂 my country is whaackk!! Where are my Indian moots?!? DO Y’ALL KNOW THERES A DOSA DISCOURSE HAPPENING RN ON TWT?!?
Bruh I cant pic.twitter.com/qTno2JMGmN
— Neha 🌙❤️ Pia day🎂 (@MoonieTales) October 6, 2021
Dose is probably the worst way to pronounce the word "dosa". pic.twitter.com/ZxhzJjFcUd
— 🗿 (@Ihearnacho) October 6, 2021
Tell me how can north indian dosa can be better than this pic.twitter.com/0bLDHgTNGp
— Icarus (@depressedasssmf) October 6, 2021
It’s hardly unexpected that ‘Dosa’ is trending on Twitter, given that ‘Idli’ was trending just a few days ago. Anand Mahindra, an industrialist, tweeted a photo of idli served on a stick with sambar and chutney as dips on Twitter. ‘Bengaluru, India’s invention hub, can’t stop its inventiveness from expressing itself in the most unexpected locations,’ Mahindra wrote with a photo of the meal. This triggered a debate on the microblogging site over whether this invention is worthwhile.
Bengaluru, India’s innovation capital can’t stop its creativity from manifesting itself in the most unexpected areas… Idli on a stick—sambhar & chutney as dips…Those in favour, those against?? pic.twitter.com/zted3dQRfL
— anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) September 30, 2021
For the novice, a dosa is a South Indian thin pancake or crepe prepared with a fermented batter mostly comprised of lentils and rice.