A South-Indian flat bread made by frying stretched dough flavoured with ghee(Indian clarified butter). Roti Prata brings you a balance of soft yet crisp texture. Served with Fish or Mutton curry which makes them a great combination.
Roti refers to 'bread', and prata or paratha refers to 'flat' in Hindi language. Some presumed that the dish evolved from original pancake recipes from Punjab in India, but across the causeway in Malaysia, the flat bread is known as 'roti canai', which some say is an indication to its origins from Chennai.
Roti Prata can be a satisfying meal anytime where local menus feature a variety of extraordinary variations like Roti Prata with Cheese, Chocolate & Ice Creams aside from the classic plain or egg prata. A recommended way on how to enjoy would be to dig in with your fingers!
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