[mass noun] Bread, especially a flat round bread cooked on a griddle:‘serve with roti or parathas’[count noun] ‘I kept four rotis in a thali’[as modifier] ‘we went to the roti shop’
- ‘Janardhan took him to the bus stop after lunch, which once again had been of many dishes, paratha and roti.’
- ‘Unleavened breads made with white and wheat flour are eaten with many meals; these include the robust naan, claybaked roti, and paratha.’
- ‘If the sauce is poured over the kebabs, it can be served as the main dish along with naan, roti or chapatti.’
- ‘Turn spicy masala potatoes into a meal with some wilted spinach and warm naan or roti bread, or serve with seared fish or roast chicken.’
- ‘If you don't want a full meal, you can get roti bread with satay sauce for five bucks.’
From Hindi roṭī.
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