This year, he came up with the Alfredo, which is a murtabak filled with rosemary roasted chicken which he cooks in the tandoor, portabello mushrooms, white sauce and mozzarella cheese. The flavours are closer to what you would find at an Italian restaurant than what I expected. I had thought it would taste really local, but they actually used fresh rosemary and made the white sauce themselves! 4.25/5
Master prata is run by a young man who father used to make pratas at Jalan Kayu. He inherited the crispy prata recipe from his father and still persists in making his own dough in order to preserve his father's recipe. The prata was shatteringly crisp and reminded me of the crispy prata that I used to eat in the 90's.
1. Mr and Mrs Mohgan’s Crispy Roti Prata This is a personal favourite of mine. This stall is run by an Indian couple in an old traditional coffeeshop where you can sit on the five foot way to eat your prata and watch time ticking by. The prata dough is handmade and the prata is […]
This stall has moved. Eating Roti Prata with the family on a lazy morning is one of those things that make me happy. It’s cheap, it’s tasty and it makes me feel very Singaporean. It’s not something the Health Promotion Board would advocate, which is just as well since I only get to do this […]
There is nothing more satisfying than roti prata and teh tarik for breakfast. To have this at a roadside coffeeshop is the quintessential breakfast for me. Oh, I do love the American breakfast, wanton mee, black carrot cake, kaya toast and nasi lemak for breakfast too, but somehow, roti prata is just extra special. It […]
Victory Murtabak: 103 years and still going strong!
Murtabak is one just one of those dishes that never fails to excite. From the theatrics of the flipping the dough to the bubbling anticipation that builds while the flatbread is sizzling away on the griddle, there is very little not to like about Murtabak, except for what it does to your cholesterol levels! Like […]
The upcoming Ultimate Hawker Fest has given many hawkers the opportunity to dream. Many hawkers, like Gunalan from The Prata Place have visions of the ultimate version of their specialty dishes but are usually hampered by the need to keep prices at a level which they think their customers are willing to pay. But with […]
Mr and Mrs Mohgan’s Super Crispy Roti Prata: Excellent Mom n Pop Shop Prata!
It has been a while since I wrote about Roti Prata. It’s not because I have started making my own Roti Prata at home, but just that I haven’t come across any prata shop that excited me enough to write about. Sure, I have noticed a lot of Prata Cafes opening up in shopping centres […]
How to Make Roti Prata: My Recipe as featured on Channel U
Part I Part II The flour I use is Prima Plain Flour which is the same flour that is used by Roti Prata sellers throughout Singapore. It is branded as Ikan Terbang flour. The curry powder I used is Waugh’s curry powder which you can buy in Golden Mile Shopping Centre. This powder is very […]