VIDEO: Roti Canai – Eating Malaysian Breakfast

 

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In this episode of Migrationology Food TV, I’m in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, for a typical on-the-go Malaysian food breakfast known locally as a roti canai.

With south Indian influence, this type of roti is very similar to a paratha bread, basically a ball of dough that’s slapped until thin, folded over and cooked until golden crispy. Served with a side of dipping curry sauce, it’s wonderful!

I also had a few cups of teh tarik, the local style of milk tea.

 

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Comments

  1. says

    That chai or teh tarik looks like the perfect drink for washing down the south Indian influenced breakfast. If I get to KL, I’ll probably spend the majority of my time savoring the delicious and affordable street food.

  2. says

    I just had dinner and now I feel like eating this breakfast!! Looks really good!

    I can’t believe I am in Lisbon right now, where a paratha costs 2Euros (!!!) in the only place I know that serves them in town!..

  3. debbie ann says

    one of my favorite breakfasts. I love Malaysia – had a great trip from Singapore to Malacca, to KL, Ipoh and Penang. GREAT food.

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