Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Breakfast on the "flip" side on Tuesday

Ask any Singaporean or Malaysian about roti pratha and
they'll agree with you that it's one favourite
food taken either at breakfast or lunch..

this crispy pancake is made by flipping it and thinning out the pastry
( go to the You Tube link below to watch how it's being made)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WtgytR9qCAE

and grilled on a flat pan..
it can be eaten either with hot curry or just sugar..
we love ours with spicy curry,


and eating pratha is not the same without teh tarik (in Malay) which means
"pulled tea".
watch how pulled tea is made in this video...




what are you having for tea today?

 
steph

9 comments:

Dosfishes at Sparkle Days Studios said...

You had me at crispy! I love gettong an education abput food in your part of the world, it's like getting to visit even just for a little while. xox Corrine

~*~Patty S said...

hello dear Steph...lovely tea/breakfast to wake up to...I am off to watch the videos

I managed to post my T Tuesday post on Monday yesterday??? Not sure what's up with that hah

wishing you lovely days always!
oxo

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

I learn SO much when I visit you! I had never heard of roti pratha or pulled tea until I read your post today. Thanks for the culture, food and drink, language, and entertainment lessons all rolled into one Tea Tuesday post. LOVE how you know just the right thing to entertain us. Happy Tea to you today, dear friend.

kimmie said...

Amazing! I would choose curry also :) .... And your pulled tea looks delicious :)

Nathalie Thompson said...

I would love one of each (one curried, one sweet). :) Okay, I am sounding like a pig. HOw about one pancake, cut in half, seasoned two ways?

Thank you for the interesting Tuesday Tea!

~*~Patty S said...

had to come back and tell you how delightful the videos were...I could have watched the gentleman making Roti all day
AND the pulled tea
Wowee
it looked elastic and like a lovely sweet treat!
oxoxo

Evelyn said...

Yeah, I was born in Malaysia and grew up with yummy food like this. I love teh tarik and roti. yummm!

Tracey Fletcher KIng said...

I used to live on teh tarik whenever I visited KL or Ipoh... thanks for bringing back those memories... wish I had one beside me now!!!!

Tracey Potter said...

Your Breakfast looks so YUM!

Thanks for the PPF blog visit. I appreciate your comment.