Chocolate Dosa Topped With Dry Fruits Is Making Netizens Angry

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A video posted by an internet user of chocolate dosa, with butter on the fermented batter along with dry fruits and chocolate syrup is making netizens angry.

Written By Aanchal Nigam | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Just when netizens were getting over the 'horror' of sweet maggie, someone shared a “dreadful” recipe of chocolate dosa. A video posted by a Twitter user on September 30 showed the making of a chocolate dosa. The chef adds butter to the fermented rice batter, then he goes on and pours chocolate syrup along with dry fruits. The unique recipe of traditional south Indian dish has made people uncomfortable all over the internet. The user who shared this video also said that the creativity of this dish has crossed all limits, and gave it a score of 11 out of 10. 

Angry netizens

According to the user, the chocolate dosa was being made in Hyderabad and has been viewed by nearly a hundred thousand people on Twitter. While most people were angry with the experiment, there were still some users who wanted to have a taste of it. One of the Twitter users even called it a “blasphemy”, while the other stressed that it, not a dosa and the dish being made is basically a chocolate crepe which is a French innovation. Another netizen gave a dramatically sad response saying it is the “murder of dosa”. Most internet users think this short clip is “cringeworthy”. 

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'Kheer Maggi'?

Earlier in September, an internet user posted a recipe of sweet Maggi, which also got thumbs down from the Twitter army. The video was retweeted more than thousands of time and most people were angry to make a spicy dish, sweet, yet again. The sweet Maggi recipe was being made not in hot water but hot milk, with rose petals and other ingredients. The end product looked more similar to Kheer and not Maggi. People shared it further and circulated it on the internet, saying, “this is how you ruin Maggie with each step”. 

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