30 Dec '13, 11pm

@AleOfATime is a great recipe and demonstrated technique, highly recommended!

@AleOfATime is a great recipe and demonstrated technique, highly recommended!

But before we get into the nitty gritty details, let's talk about Roti Prata. I spoke to a patient of mine a while ago who happened to be from South India about Roti Prata. Many people have previously told me that the dish we Singaporeans call Roti Prata, (aka in Malaysia as Roti Canai) does not exist in India. My patient confirmed that it is not true. Roti Prata does exist in India, but only in a small part of Southern India and predominantly in a place called Chennai. Over there, this dish is simply called Prata. Indian migrants brought this dish to Malaya where it became known as Roti Prata. The Malaysians however, named this dish Roti Canai which means the "Roti" (bread) from Chennai.* If you still doubt that this dish is available in India, consider this: Most of the men who make the Prata in Singapore are foreign workers from Southern India. Do you really think that ...

Full article: http://ieatishootipost.sg/2010/06/how-to-make-roti-prata-...

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