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Rava Thosai

This was what I had for supper just now at Restoran Ali Maju at
Pusat Bandar Damansara. I saw this sign advertising the availability of
Thosai Rawa (also known as Rava Thosai) when we walked in, so I ordered
that one since I haven’t had it before. The people there were kind, and
welcomed me into the kitchen to take photos.

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This is how Rava Thosai is made. The flour mix was poured over the
hot plate and then some onions and other stuff I can’t identify was
sprinkled on top.

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The cook with the finished Rava Thosai.

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This is what it looks like on the plate. The size of the thing is
quite impressive! It needed a larger rectangle shaped plate to
accommodate it.

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The contents of the Rava Thosai – there are two types of onions and
other stuff. It also has a hint of egg when eaten, even though I didn’t
see the cook crack an egg into the thosai at any point. The dish came
with three dips.

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Dip #1
This is my favorite one. I’m not sure what it’s called but the taste reminded me of yoghurt.

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Dip#2
This is the second dip – dhal with veggies.

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Dip #3
The third one is curry.

Here’s a photo of Restoran Ali Maju:

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