I was randomly scrolling through my feed when I came across a picture of what looked like the crispiest ghee roast dosa I had ever seen. You know the kinds that have a crunchy layer on the outside and super soft on the inside?
However, I couldn't help but wonder why was it shared by a page called ' Learn something new'. Like what is there to learn about dosas? Turns out it wasn't a picture of a ghee roast dosa but the bottom of planet Jupiter.
This is what Jupiter looks like from the bottom. pic.twitter.com/Dx9UoU7dmm— Learn Something (@Iearnsomethlng) June 27, 2020
Initially, I thought that my dosa starved brain was playing tricks on my glutton body. But I can swear on the crunchiness of my next dosai that Jupiter's bottom looks exactly like a dosa in the making.
I mean look at those defined brown rings, the beige air bubbles, and tell me that I'm wrong. Give me one point of difference and I will surrender my argument.
That's when I realsied that Indians have been having the map of Southern Jupiter for brunch almost every Sunday. I knew it! The perfection of dosa was a work of science.
Every desi's dosa nostalgia has been triggered by this picture of the Southern side of Jupiter:
Who else thinks it’s a sizzling Dosa about to be smeared with some butter and loaded with a chunk of bhaji stuffing before being turned over and served with hot Sambhar and coconut chutney. https://t.co/V4N5X2e2og— agracadabra (@agracadabra) June 27, 2020
It is a dosa. Jupiter is fake news.— Swapan Seth (@swapanseth) June 27, 2020
This is how Indian dosa looks once it's ready to eat 🙃 pic.twitter.com/dzetV31QdI— Itsnishal (@Itsnishal1) June 27, 2020
Its a perfect Ghee Roast Dosa— Brunswick (@vmadhusuden) June 27, 2020
Absolutely. This looks like my Saturday breakfast.— ‘SUP (@roshreyas) June 27, 2020
It's one side well done dosa with some gunpowder sprinkled and drops of ghee....☺️— ROSRI (@rohitnsri) June 27, 2020
Man, now I feel like eating a ghee roast dosai. Damn you, Jupiter's bottom!