What adds this dish on the list is its crispy exterior yet the softer inside. This is South Indian preparation that is flat bread made out of fried dough stuffed with Indian ghee. Generally, the roti prata is served alongside mutton or fish curry. A number of variations are available of this dish too and is usually consumed as quite a satiating meal. Some even use the roti prata as a part of desserts by serving it along with chocolates, ice creams and other savouries.
Must eat: Roti Prata is eaten when dipped in curry
Cost for two: INR 250-300 approximately
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