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Roti tissue

Roti tissue
Roti Tissue and a glass of Teh tarik
Alternative names Roti tisu, tissue prata, roti helikopter
Type Dessert
Place of origin Malaysia
Creator Malaysian Indian
Cookbook: Roti tissue 

Roti tissue, roti tisu, or tissue prata is a sweet flatbread often sold at Malaysian Mamak stalls. It is also known as "roti helikopter" (helicopter bread). Roti tissue is a thinner version of the traditional roti canai, as thin as a piece of 40–50 cm round-shaped tissue. The finishing touches to the making of roti tissue require skill, and they depend on the creativity of the maker.

Roti tissue is available at most local Mamak stalls in Malaysia and Singapore[1] and may be coated with sweet substances such as sugar and kaya (jam) or eaten with condiments such as ice cream

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  1. ^ http://pgoh13.free.fr/roti_tissue.html
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