Roti (Or: A Dutch variation)

Last night Marco and I went to his father’s house. I had roti for the first time. Of course, there are many different ways to make roti.

roti dish in the Netherlands

In this version, you have the wrap underneath, as well as small green beans, potatoes, and chicken that is so tender it falls off the bone. You cut off a triangle (like a pizza slice), and then pile some of the food on it. You then wrap over the edges. You can either spear it with a fork, or eat it with your hands.

Dessert was ice cream with fudge and pieces of mango. Yum.

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