Using a traditional recipe from Trinidad and Tobago we’ll make classic pepper roti. A spicy roti with layers of goodness. With two layers of paratha roti, stuffed with cheese, scotch bonnet pepper, garlic, carrots, potato and a host of other delicious ingredients, this pepper roti recipe will certainly make you go out and make a batch for your family.

You’ll Need…

Roti

2 cups all purpose flour
pinch salt
2 tablespoon baking powder
1 teaspoon butter
1 – 1 1/4 cups water
1 teaspoon veg oil

Filling

1 scotch bonnet pepper finely diced (no seeds)
1/2 cup grated carrot
1 cup grated potato
1 cup grated cheese (cheddar aged)
3 cloves garlic (crushed)
1/2 cup sweet pepper (bell pepper) grated

2 tablespoon veg oil for cooking the roti.

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  • Angela

    4. Beg yuh a Wuk haffa yuh struccha nuh

    I got the rest but not that one…

    • bamboodread

      It means: “Can I have sex with you.” I am a Jamaican man but I would not use a crass line like that. If you are interested in someone there are more sophisticated ways of engaging that person in conversation rather than resorting to dusty old chat up lines

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