1. It iss popular in Toronto (trinadadan?)
2. It seems to be of initial Indian origin
3. It travelled with Indian immigrants to SE Asia, West Indies, Guyana.
What are some of the ingredients?
If you were taking me to a roti cart(?) in any of these countries [Toronto included] how would you explain the process?
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