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Why baking powder in rotis?
I just ate a store bought roti (a flat Indian bread, like a tortilla) and baking powder is a listed ingredient. Why does a flat bread need baking powder? There are no bubbles to grow, are there?
Sep 5 '10 at 15:46
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