A dosa is a rice pancake, originating from South India. Dosa is a common part of the diet in South India, but has become popular everywhere in the Indian subcontinent. Traditionally, dosa is served hot with sambar and chutney.
Dosa is the recipe of which state?
Dosa born in South India; His exact birthplace in that area is a matter of conjecture.
 Historian P. According to Thankappan Nair, dosa originated in Udupi city in present-day Karnataka.
 Food historian. T. According to Achyya, the first century AD. Dosa (as Dosai) was already in use, as noted in Sangam literature in the ancient Tamil country around.
 In popular tradition, the origin of the dosa is associated with Udupi, probably because the dish is associated with Udupi restaurants.  Also, the original Tamil dosa was soft and thick. The thinnest and crisp version of Dosa was first made in present-day Karnataka.
 A recipe for Dosa (as Dosaka) can be found in Manasolasa, a 12th-century Sanskrit encyclopedia compiled by Somesvara III, which ruled from present-day Karnataka.
 After the independence of India, South Indian cuisine gradually became popular in the North. The Madras Hotel  at Connaught Place in Delhi became a landmark, one of the first restaurants to serve South Indian cuisine.