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Crispy Roti: easy snack of the south

Crispy Roti: Easy snack of the south


Roti is not a traditional Thai cuisine, but it is now available countrywide. Although it is traditionally a savory main dish, local twist turns it into a delicious snack menu.

During the trip in the Deep South provinces, Yala, Pattani, and Narathiwat, an evening walk for a glass of Teh Tarik and crispy roti is likely a chill treat to call it a day. Crispy roti is widely available in tea and coffee stalls, coffee houses, and grocery.

The thin sheet of dough will be fried with low heat until it turns brown and crispy, then sprinkled with a pinch of sugar and condensed sweetened milk, or even chopped spring onion. Cut into smaller pieces, now the hot and crispy roti is ready to be served.

A combination of crispiness, sweetness, and saltiness will hook you from the first bite. But the evolution of roti didn't end with crispy frying. Foodies now can enjoy different toppings like Nutella or jam filling, fruit, cheese, etc.

As roti can last for a while without preservative added, it becomes a great snack to go. You can find the crispy roti in different recipes and flavors such as pumpkin, sesame, or pandan.

The Pattani Vocational College puts the crispy roti in eye-catching package and transformed it as a presentable gift. The crispy roti comes with sweetened milk to dip in. Many operators make the size smaller similar to Ladyfingers for convenience. While some add herbal topping for unique flavors. Now, crispy roti has become a colorful OTOP product widely available in provinces of the deep south.

Savor it with some fragrant Malay tea, and you will love the roti even more.

How to get there: For more information about Pattani Vocational College's crispy roti, call 08-9977 -6609