Definition of roti
: a round soft flat unleavened bread; also : such a bread wrapped around a filling and eaten as a sandwich
Recent Examples of roti from the Web
Try an Indian curry - flavorful, not spicy - with dhal puri roti, a flatbread made from lentils, on the side.
The meat comes nestled in roti, the flavorful flatbread brought to the Caribbean by immigrants from India.
Dinner guests dined on a menu that included risotto carnaroli with violet artichokes and wild herbs, blue lobster roti with pomme de terre mousseline, and courgette tempura.
Mutton Seekh Kebab Roll: Grilled meat wrapped in roti (flatbread), best at Ayub’s, a hole-in-the-wall in Fort.
Children raised on plain roti began to eat lentils twice a day.
His roti appealed to the workers at a nearby oil refinery.
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Origin and Etymology of roti
Hindi & Urdu roṭī bread; akin to Sanskrit roṭika, kind of bread
First Known Use: 1838See Words from the same year
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