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hi, it's jade. today i'm in tekka centre again. today i am going to order roti prata. "roti" means "bread" and "prata" means "flat" in hindi. roti prata is originated from


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singapore sights, a south indian flaky and crispy flatbread made by frying, stretching dough with ghee or oil. it's best served with a side of aromatic mutton curry for

dipping. you can also order roti pratas filled with banana, eggs, mushroom, onion, even cheese or chocolate. he uses his palm with some oil to flatten the dough. then swirls, flips the dough for five or six times until it's a large flat and paper-thin layer. then he folds a paper thin dough four ways into a rectangle parcel.

it's amazing how much oil goes into it! look how he uses his hand to spread out the egg! someone must have ordered a piece of prata egg. the prata is fried until brown on both sides. look at the mouth-watering mutton curry! roti prata is often served with a bowl of mutton curry sauce. today i ordered a plain roti prata. although it can be consumed at any time of the day, it's a favourite breakfast dish in singapore.

what makes prata special is the amazingly stretchy, flaky, flavourful, chewy, rich and delicious dough. it's worth every calorie! it's super crispy! so he's the chef! it was really good! thank you very much! see you again!

today instead of having my favourite tea. i'm having a coconut. coconut water is perfect for restoring hydration and cleansing our digestive system. coconut water comes from young coconuts and contains very little fat. it's so fresh when it comes directly from the coconut! most young coconuts that are sold in hawker centers in singapore are from malaysia.

look at the jelly-like meat on the inside! it's very light and refreshing! i absolutely love it! it's possibly the most natural drink you can get. i had so much fun today! i'll see you next time! bye bye!


hi, it's jade. today i'm in tekka centre again. today i am going to order roti prata. "roti" means "bread" and "prata" means "flat" in hindi. roti prata is originated from


singapore sights

singapore sights, a south indian flaky and crispy flatbread made by frying, stretching dough with ghee or oil. it's best served with a side of aromatic mutton curry for

dipping. you can also order roti pratas filled with banana, eggs, mushroom, onion, even cheese or chocolate. he uses his palm with some oil to flatten the dough. then swirls, flips the dough for five or six times until it's a large flat and paper-thin layer. then he folds a paper thin dough four ways into a rectangle parcel.

it's amazing how much oil goes into it! look how he uses his hand to spread out the egg! someone must have ordered a piece of prata egg. the prata is fried until brown on both sides. look at the mouth-watering mutton curry! roti prata is often served with a bowl of mutton curry sauce. today i ordered a plain roti prata. although it can be consumed at any time of the day, it's a favourite breakfast dish in singapore.

what makes prata special is the amazingly stretchy, flaky, flavourful, chewy, rich and delicious dough. it's worth every calorie! it's super crispy! so he's the chef! it was really good! thank you very much! see you again!

today instead of having my favourite tea. i'm having a coconut. coconut water is perfect for restoring hydration and cleansing our digestive system. coconut water comes from young coconuts and contains very little fat. it's so fresh when it comes directly from the coconut! most young coconuts that are sold in hawker centers in singapore are from malaysia.

look at the jelly-like meat on the inside! it's very light and refreshing! i absolutely love it! it's possibly the most natural drink you can get. i had so much fun today! i'll see you next time! bye bye!

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