Buss up Shut / Paratha is very popular in Trinidad and Tobago. This silky soft shredded Caribbean version of an Indian Paratha (flatbread) is mostly eaten (but not limited to) with curries. Buss Up Shut Roti gets its name from its similar appearance to burst/torn up shirt.
In Trinidad, parathas are colloquially called "buss-up shut" ("busted-up shirt") because the roti resembles a tattered and torn-up shirt.
Its always such a joy to eat this with you hands…use the roti to pick up the curried veg, meat or simply to dab in gravy.
Ingredients: Wheat self-raising flour gluten, water, vegetable margarine, vegetable oil, salt, raising agents, sodium bicarbonate, sodium diphosphate, calcium phosphate
This product has been made in a kitchen that uses nut ingredients
Sprinkle with water, wrap with foil. Place in oven at 200C for 10 minutes
Wrap in damp paper towel. Set on high power for 90 seconds. (Note bread and similar products' consistency alters/impairs when microwaved and then cooled).
NOTICE - Rotis are the only products we do not make in our own kitchen but procure from a specialist producer.