Bread is a staple that is consumed all across the globe but in a variety of forms. Europe likes it baked and fluffy, while Asia is all for pan-toasted flatbreads. Every country has its own style of making bread, which varies from being downright simple to utterly complex. The quality of ingredients, methods and techniques give these breads a unique character of their own.
The baida roti is yet another form of bread that hails from the Awadhi region of India. The preparation is a shallow fried flour pocket stuffed with minced meat and covered on all sides with beaten egg. Here’s an easy recipe to help you cook up this delicious food.