Roti canai is a type of Indian-influenced flatbread that is popular in Malaysia, Indonesia, and some other parts of Southeast Asia. It is made from a simple dough of wheat flour, water, salt, and sometimes egg, that is kneaded until it is smooth and elastic. The dough is then stretched and flipped repeatedly to create thin, flaky layers, before being cooked on a flat griddle with oil or ghee until it is golden brown and crispy.
Roti canai is often served as a breakfast food or a snack, and can be enjoyed plain, with curry, or with various fillings such as eggs, onions, and cheese. It is usually eaten with a side of curry, dhal, or chutney, and can be eaten by tearing off pieces of the bread and dipping them into the sauce.
Roti canai is a popular and affordable food in Malaysia, and can be found in many Malaysian restaurants and food stalls. It is a versatile dish that can be customized to suit different tastes and preferences, and is enjoyed by people of all ages and backgrounds.