Thailand

Roti Man: Waiting for Customers

Making Roti

Bangkok

Every Thai Roti I have had has been made by a Muslim man from Burma. And they have always been delicious.

Take a ball of wheat-flour dough, thin it out by a theatrical slap or three on a flat surface, knead gently, add an egg if you wish and fry in margarine. Top with sliced banana, an unhealthy amount of sweetened condensed milk and a sprinkling of sugar.

What’s not to like?

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3 thoughts on “Roti Man: Waiting for Customers

    • I’d eat it for breakfast, but the carts don’t come out until around 6PM. A roti is much thicker and denser that rice paper (perhaps a third the thickness of a pancake)

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