DOSA MAKER READY FOR LAUNCH
It may not replace your mom or grandma as your favorite dosa maker, but Arvind Krishnan’s DosaMaker may become your favorite kitchen appliance.
Krishnan, 34, founder of Soul of India Cooking Company, has received more than $60,000 through a Kickstarter funding campaign to help him produce what he’s calling “the world’s first household dosa appliance.”
Expected to be available next March for $199 – pre-orders are already being accepted – the DosaMaker will allow consumers to make dosas in three easy steps.
“People who I don’t know who have pledged have said, ‘This is great; I love dosas and can’t eat them unless I’m back with my parents,’ or ‘We ate dosas back in India, but we just don’t have time to go to the restaurant here,’ so it’s really great to hear those comments and get that support,” Krishnan, who grew up in a Tamil household in Pittsburgh, told India-West.
With any luck, the DosaMaker, along with the RotiMatic – being produced by Singapore-based Zimplistic – may eventually be treasured, if not essential, appliances in an Indian-American household.
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