Dosa which seems similar to a pancake from the Indian subcontinent, it is made from a fermented batter of rice and pulses. It resembles crepe in appearance. Its main constituents are rice and black gram. They are served hot along with sambar, a stuffing of potatoes, and chutney. Served in different varieties, the one which is mostly in demand is Ghee roast masala dosa in Harris Park, Australia.
A traditional breakfast in most South Indian home and highly popular in restaurants across the country that is mostly craved is South Indian Idli Sambhar in Harris Park at Taj Indian sweets and Restaurant, Australia. This south Indian cuisine is made up of a batter of fermented black lentils and rice. Generally eaten in breakfast or during snack time, idlis are served in pairs and along with chutney and sambhar.
Paper dosa which is a very thin (paper thin) and super-crunchy form of dosa which is prepared without any masala filling is served best at Taj Indian sweets and restaurant, Australia. Paper Masala Dosa in Harris park is one of the most popular breakfast recipes in restaurants, paper dosa is generally eaten plain with sambar or stuffed with spiced potato curry.