Food plaza offers 104 different dosas; patents some

Eyebrow-raising patents are also granted outside of the U.S.:

…a food plaza in Hyderabad has recently introduced 104 different varieties of Dosa. They have already patented 27 of them. The food plaza introduced this new concept in Hyderabad after a successful trial in Mumbai…“Focal point of the Dosa Plaza is we have created more than 104 varieties of Dosas out of which 27 are patented, nobody can copy it. The difference between other Dosas and these Dosas are the fillings. We have the international flavour like Mexican dishes are filled in the Dosas or there are American fillings,” said Jagdish Khorwal, Project Head, Dosa Plaza. [ANI/Yahoo!]

This far-out concept of wrapping a round piece of flattened bread around Mexican ingredients is going to be big. Picture, if you will, a whole chain of hacienda-like eateries with…bells…selling this truly groundbreaking product to all of India’s mostly non-obese citizens. So big, that it should spark unbridled franchising around the world, catering to those starved for affordable Mexican food prepared quickly. Billions upon billions of dollars will be generated. Luckily, Khorwal has patented this ingenious design, so he won’t have worry about unscrupulous businessmen stealing his idea. He will also finally collect the years of royalties owed to him by the citizens of entire continents, who have been enjoying for eons just such a delicacy without paying him his proper dues.

ANI/Yahoo!: 104 varieties of dosa to stir Hyderabadis’ taste buds!

5 thoughts on “Food plaza offers 104 different dosas; patents some

  1. This far-out concept of wrapping a round piece of flattened bread around Mexican ingredients is going to be big.

    Mexican ingredients? Clearly you did not read the ingredients of comprising the “Mexican Roast Dosa”: iceberg lettuce, cashew gravy and mayonnaise. Plus I think dosas are usually more elliptical than round. So the nation of Mexico has nothing to fear…for now.

  2. Didn’t Dosa Diner do something similar? I don’t know if they had “130″ varieties. But there were more than enough :)

  3. I take strong exception to calling Dosa as just-another-burrito. :) Come on, anyone who has tasted dosas can tell it tastes nothing like a burrito, even if you sprinkle the cheese around.

    But patenting that stuff.. I thought that happened Only in America!