I will open a trinidadian roti and doubles shop. doubles is two flattened yeast breads of east indian origin, deep fried, similar to puri or luchi, the two breads known as doubles are circular in shape, puffy, and can fit in the palm of one hand, they are used to hold curried channa (chickpeas) and various garnishes and condiments like tamarind sauce, cucumber chutney and hot pepper sauce are squirted on as the customer wishes.
roti will be of the paratha variety which is a thin and flakey flat bread, very buttery and a lot of delicious when used to eat goat curry or curry pumpkin, which i plan on selling.
I also want to have aloo pie which is a deep fried baking powder dough stuffed with garlicy turmeric and cumin stuffed mashed potatoes, usually eaten with hot pepper sauce.
finally is phulourie which is a yeast and baking powder risen batter with a bit of flour and a bit of besan flour or ground up yellow split peas. seasoned with cilantro, hot peppers, curry powder and garlic, then deep fried and eaten with watered down mango chutney or achar (a spicy mango condiment).
then we have the deserts. there are three or four i want to make and i will just post recipes for those as long as recipes of the doubles roti and phulourie!
thanks for reading.
i forgot to mention these, another deep fried snack. just about the best thing you can do with a cassava. i will stuff mine with either eggs or minced beef seasoned with a brown sauce (browned onions and browned flour) along with some minced celery onion and thyme
also as a bonus when i am feeling up for it i will cook an austrian malakoff torte (i am half austrian and this is one of the best examples of austrian pastry)
i just posted this recipe as an example of what i am talking about... my dads recipe is better than a lot of the ones you will find even in vienna