Friday, August 12, 2011

Making Roti and Other Happenings

The members of our Effective Pedagogy class at the LDS Primary School.
(left to right) Brother Kumar, Sister Singh, Sister Rabuka, Sister Bunimasi

Joseph Ruben, he washes our car, and us at a fundraiser for his mission.  He is just a great guy and a hard worker.  He washes all the missionaries cars and will do just about any job to earn money for his mission.

Sister Hussain, the Bishop's wife in our ward, and her daughter, came over to teach me how to make roti.  Roti is the Indian version of the tortilla.  The recipe is a little different than tortillas. The main difference is with roti they use ghee (a type of butter).  Since Fiji is about 50% Indian, the Fijians eat a lot of Indian food.  

The roti was soo yummy hot off the griddle. 
Rolling out the roti.  Hopefully I will be able to do this on my own now.


  1. Oohh! The roti looks delicious! I can't wait for you to teach us that one :)

  2. That does look good. I'll have get the recipe from you.

  3. That looks yummy. So did dada throw oranges at any of the kids at the meet.

  4. Man, you guys are always doing cool things out there!! It sure looks like you are having a great time!