Video 12:50 Yummy Masala Dosa Recipe + Gujarati Thali at Prashad Vegetarian Restaurant, Drighlington, Bradford.
We are very much honoured – because in this video we finally get to visit the renowned Prasad Vegetarian Restaurant. The very same restaurant that became world famous when they were finalists in “Celebrity Chef” Gordon Ramsey’s Channel 4 television programme “Britain’s Best Restaurant”.
We are very much privileged because Chef patrons’ Bobby & Minal Patel share their recipe secrets of making their restaurant’s Gujarati version of the “South Indian Street Food staple”: Masala Dosa.
We also get a glimpse into how they plate up their delicious Gujarati Thali.
As a bonus we get to hear a few words from the man himself (Bobby), saying what inspires him to work 80 hours a week.
We must also say that even though there are an abundance of Indian, Pakistan & Afghanistan restaurants in Bradford…….Pure Vegetarian Restaurants’ such as this are like an oasis in the “epicurian foodie paradise” that is Bradford.
Recipe ingredients are:
* Mustard seeds.
* Whole cumin seeds.
* Curry leaf.
* Turmeric powder.
* Garam masala.
* Dried coconut.
* Vegetable oil.
* Freshly chopped tomato.
* Chopped white onion.
* Freshly chopped green coriander.
* Boiled potato (peeled).
* Optional: finely chopped green chilli. (Traditionally the dosa filling is usually quite mild but if you prefer it a bit hotter then add chillies accordingly to your taste).
Here’s links to their various social media pages:
YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/prashadbd7
A special thank you to Bobby, Minal and all the Prasad team
who welcomed us and graciously allowed us a privileged glimpse into their kitchen to do the videoing.
The restaurant is located at: 137 Whitehall Road East, Drighlington, Bradford, Yorkshire, BD11 1AT
If you have any questions you can call them on: 0113 285 2037
Their opening hours are as follows:
Tuesday: 5:00pm to 11:00pm
Wednesday: 5:00pm to 11:00pm
Thursday: 5:00pm to 11:00pm
Friday: 5:00pm to 11:00pm
Saturday: 12:00 noon to 11:00pm
Sunday: 12: noon to 11:00pm
All Bank Holidays: 5:00pm to 10:00pm
(Video recorded on Saturday 2nd July 2016).