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Roti Tissue

dessert, snack | Indian, Mamak
Roti Tissue, Mamak-roti-tissue
Mamak-roti-tissue
very creative type of Roti Canai - cripsy and sweet
also known as:


The name might derive from the fact the layers of the Roti are as thin as tissue. Because of the use of sugar, condensed milk and ghee, Roti Tissue is sweet with a tinge of saltiness. Roti tissue is perfect to share with friend where everybody can break off a bit of the crispy cone-shaped layers.



ingedients:
ghee or margerine, wheat flour, egg, water, sugar, condensed milk

Where to find?
Mamak stalls and restaurants

Roti Tissue
Mamak-roti-tissue



related entries:

Roti Telur

variety of Roti Canai with egg

Roti Plaster

Roti Canai with an egg on top of it

Thosai

southern Indian crepe made of rice and dhal

Roti Bom

a variety of Roti Canai with margarine added to the dough

Roti Canai

popular southern Indian dish made of ghee, flour, egg and water

Roti Pisang

variety of Roti Canai with Banana inside

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