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Dosa printer: This printer will take out thin and tasty dosa, Watch Viral Video

Dosa printer: How To Make Round Dosa:  Most people find it difficult to make dosa. But one machine will make all your work easy. A video of a dosa printer is becoming increasingly viral on social media. This machine makes dosa in a pinch…

Almost everyone likes to eat dosa. Be it plain dosa, masala dosa, butter dosa or any other type, you probably enjoy eating them all. It is very difficult to make round and thin dosa. Most of the people are not able to make round dosa. Sometimes the batter sticks to the pan and sometimes it breaks. It is difficult to make dosa like market at home. But one machine will make all your work easy. A video of a dosa printer is becoming increasingly viral on social media. This is a kind of kitchen appliance, which can help you to get paper dosa and other types of dosas even without standing.

Actually, the video is an advertisement designed to grab the attention of the people by highlighting the capabilities of the machine. The machine called ‘Dosa Printer’ not only helps in customizing the crispness and thickness of the dosa, but you can also set the number of dosas you want to eat and it will be prepared accordingly.

Watch Viral Video

As soon as the video went viral on the internet, people started giving their feedback on it. Some found this machine very useful and some useless. See how people have reacted…

1. ‘This is useless innovation. Making dosa is not the hardest part. Preparing the batter is a difficult task. In chapati makers, the machine prepares the dough from the flour so it makes sense. Here you have to make your own batter.

2. ‘When you make chutney by yourself when you make shambhar by yourself. When you have to prepare the dosa liquid by yourself then what is left for this dosa printer, heat a pan, add some oil and prepare the dosa yourself. Why waste money and expensive electricity on dosa printer.

3. ‘Innovative product may be good for a food court…. but for a dosa maker at home, Rs 15000 is too much.’

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