Roti, a word used all over Asia can refer to different types of recipes and dishes. Indian in origin, Roti refers to Bread. To Laotians and Thais, Roti conjures up the image of street vendors, slapping the dough on an oiled surface, then frying it in oil and butter on an iron skillet.
Adding Eggs, gives the Roti more body, and it is best served immediately with lashings of Condensed Milk.
Roti Street Vendors normally start their trade at dusk, and I have fond memories of nights driving around looking for a quick snack.
You can ask for Chocolate Sauce, Coconut, Honey, Lemon and Fruits to be added if you want.
Locals seem to stick to a particular Vendor, because the Dough Recipes and Cooking Technique are individual.
Street Food at its best…