On our recent trip to Sri Lanka (watch this video for a taste of our journey) we fell in love with the street food Kothu Roti, or "chopped roti." Vendors at small roadside (and beachside) stands across the country chop up already cooked roti and stir-fry it with various fresh vegetables, meat, or fish, then serve it alongside curry. Not only is the dish delicious, but cooking it is also a musical display due to the rhythmic chopping of the roti as it fries.
Learn how to make chopped roti at home in this video!
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For the full recipe visit The Perennial Plate.
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