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Make room for Sada Roti, Pita Bread.

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  1. Hi Chris,

    I followed the recipe and did the microwave trick but it did not work for me, my roties came out hard and bland. Don’t know where I went wrong…maybe more kneading more resting?

    I’m used to making roties with butter which makes them flaky, any other recipes I could try without fat?

  2. Melissa says:

    Thanks for the recipe. If I have to use Wheat or flax seed flour what will be the measurement?

  3. Rabiah says:

    I really appreciate ur recipes. Living in America I want my kids still grow up with my food and culture. You make it easy and it always taste good. Love ur videos for extra clarification. God Bless. Btw u are my favorite Trini chef I always resort to. Thanks.

  4. Barbara Schoenberger says:

    CHRIS I JUST WANTEDTO TELL YOU THE DAHL SPLIT PEAS SOUP WAS
    THE BESTVI HAVE EVER EVER HAD!! I COULD NOT GET ENOUGH OF THE
    FLAVOR!! ANYONE NOT MAKING IT IS REALLY MISSING OUT ON SOMETHING SPECIAL!!

  5. Pat says:

    Just found this recipe via a back reference from your vegetable cream cheese recipe of this morning. I’m not a cream cheese fan but I love roti with my curry. I’m one of those fumble-fingers who could only make “hard” roti fit for the trash bin. I notice one of the comments mentioned clapping the finished roti so I want to know if this is the same kind of base for the roti I can stuff with peas masala and then clap? It has been so long since I last had that that I must try it as soon as possible. Thanks Chris, ever so much.

  6. Dave says:

    Chris, You need to venture down to Mississauga. There is a fabulous Caribbean restaurant on Erin Mills just north of the QEW called Calabash. Excellent flavours and Trini- focused. Roti, jerk chicken, oxtail, cajun stewed chicken, fried king fish, phoulorie, etc. Let me know if you want to try it – I could even meet you there. Love your recipes. Dave

  7. daren says:

    what kind of flour do you use? bleached or unbleached?
    self rising flour?

  8. wendi says:

    DWL. Where was this recipe yesterday when I needed it. After making an awesome curried chicken,I craved roti, as I do not like rice. Yes, I’m an unusually West Indian. Anyway, I improvised and came up with almost the same recipe. The first one I rolled to thin and made a soda cracker, but quickly remedied that. I clapped them then wrapped in plastic wrap, no microwave They were delicious.

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