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Roti Canai is very much loved by Malaysians from all walks of life. Dipped in dhal curry, this flat bread is a culinary delight. Roti canai is such a delight to many Malaysians. I call it the Malaysian croissant It is similar due to the flakiness of the layers of oiled dough. It is especially delicious if it is freshly made and dipped in curry dhal or fish and chicken curry. With this simple tutorial, you can have authentic roti canai any time you desire. Fret not, although the flipping process may appear tricky, the recipe is actually quite simple. I have practiced making roti canai multiple times. I must admit it was a mess when I made it initially. However, practice makes perfect as I improved over time. There is no shortcut to creating this flaky and crispy flat bread. Plus, it would be fun flexing your muscles while flipping the roti canai. All the effort will be paid off once you see the result of your hard work. You will feel a sense of pride and joy over your accomplishment Roti canai is delicious when dipped with curry dhal, fish or chicken curry or even sugar. It can be eaten plain as it is. Top it up with a cup of teh tarik or your favourite cup of beverage. You are bound to love this official breakfast choice of Malaysians. Foodies need your help Contribute to the subtitles here RELATED RECIPE IDEAS Ceylon Milk Tea with Condensed Milk Malaysian Dhal Curry Chinese Steamed Glutinous Rice with Chicken Pimped Japanese Spicy Curry Rice Nasi Lemak in Banana Leaf Malaysian Sour and Spicy Fish Soup Noodles New Asian recipe ideas are published regularly. Click and stay tuned. SOCIAL NETWORKS Nyonya Cooking Instagram Twitter Pinterest The idea behind Nyonya Cooking Nyonya Female descendants of a Chinese ethnic group who relocated to the Malay archipelago in the 15th century. Like a true Nyonya, Grace cooks real Asian food with fresh ingredients. nyonyacooking
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