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Roti Prata, a ‘pancake bread’ possibly originating from Pakistani or Indian paratha, is made from simple ingredients of flour, sugar and salt. Water is added to the flour to form a dough. The dough is then kneaded to make it soft and pliable. The dough is then flattened and flipped and swirled and twirled into a large thin layer before heating it on a hot plate. Traditionally, pratas can be eaten with curry, sugar, condensed milk or just plain. This has evolved to include flavours as varied as garlic, banana, chocolate, durian and cheese. More recently, the dish has also evolved to other sweeter and crispier variants such as "tissue" and "paper" which are pan-fried with butter, rolled into a cone shape and sprinkled with sugar.
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