A Late Tea

A Late Tea

8 thoughts on “A Late Tea

  1. It’s a very ordinary every day roti (makki di roti). Look for it in a Punjabi restaurant sometime. It’s served with a pat of white butter on top. Not to be confused with ghee. (Ghee is made from cooking down that white butter to clarify it)

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