Roti is a popular food in Tobago, which has its origins in the Indian subcontinent. It is a type of flatbread that is filled with a savory filling made from various ingredients, such as curried vegetables, meats, or seafood.

In Trinidad and Tobago, roti is typically made from a combination of flour, baking powder, salt, and water. The dough is kneaded until it is smooth and elastic, then rolled out into thin, circular disks. The filling is then added to the center of the roti, and the edges are folded over to enclose the filling.

Roti can be served in various forms, such as “dhalpuri roti,” which is filled with split peas and spices, or “chicken roti,” which is filled with curried chicken. It is often accompanied by condiments such as hot pepper sauce, mango chutney, and cucumber chutney.

Roti is a popular dish in Trinidad and Tobago and is served in many local restaurants and street vendors. It is often eaten as a main meal for lunch or dinner, and is also a popular snack food. If you’re visiting Trinidad and Tobago, trying a roti is a must-do culinary experience!