Roti South Beach
Many different variations of flat breads are found in many cultures across the globe, from the Caribbean to South East Asia. The traditional flat bread originating from South Asia is known as roti, pronounced “RHO-tee”. It is normally eaten with cooked vegetables or curries; it can be called a carrier for curries or cooked vegetables. It is made most often from wheat flour, cooked on a flat or slightly concave iron griddle called a tawa. Like breads around the world, roti is a staple accompaniment to other foods. In Iran, the two variants of this bread are called khaboos and lavash. These two breads (the former of which is almost exactly prepared like Indian roti) are quite similar to other South Asian rotis.