When I was in high school, I was fairly convinced a boy's whole soul could be summed up by his choice in shoes and how he liked his coffee. (I am only slightly less judgmental these days.) That said, I still think situations that draw out the idiosyncratic still offer an insight into the soul. A man who drinks black coffee has something different about him than one who quaffs caramel macchiatos, no?
One particular such indicator of a person's inner being (at least in my mind) is how you like your dosa. I am a thin and cripsy (dripping in ghee) girl. My father likes thick and soft ones, verging on uttapams. My mother prefers them medium with a crispy edge. Whatever your liking, this month the Daring Cooks made Dosas made with flour rather than rice and urad dal thanks to Debyi (The Healthy Vegan Kitchen). Go over to Daring Kitchen to read more about them and find the blogroll for other versions. (The picture below is urad dal and rice dosas with the Challenge filling. My challenge dosa pictures were not so becoming.)
Hopefully, if I can get a little more sleep, I will be back to writing and posting soon.