How to cook delicious Roti Gluay Hom – a step-by-step guide

How to cook delicious Roti Gluay Hom – a step-by-step guide

Roti Gluay Hom is one of the most popular Thai street food desserts. It is a pan-fried pastry-style bread, stuffed with whisked eggs and banana slices, and topped with sweetened condensed milk, and at times chocolate sauce. If you fancy some, you can either make a trip to your favorite street stall… or, you just do it yourself!

The food and travel video network, Tastemade has created a great 1-minute video with step-by-step instructions how to cook delicious "Roti Gluay Hom".

Watch, Learn, Recreate, Enjoy! ;)

The shopping list

300g all–purpose flour
3 ripe bananas
3 eggs
Condensed Milk
Chocolate sauce (optional)

You will also need Salt, Vegetable Oil and Butter.

The Alternative

Did this article cause you a sudden craving, but cooking it yourself is not an option for you? No problem! Head to Phra Nakhon area and check out one of the 3 places below, which are known to serve excellent Roti Gluay Hom.

Roti Mataba Pha-Artit Road (restaurant)
Location: Pha-Artit Road
Opening Times: Tuesday - Sunday 9pm-10pm
Phone: 02-282-2119

Roti Mataba Tha-Prachan (restaurant)
Location: Tha-Prachan Road
Opening Times: Daily 8am-7:30pm
Phone: 02-221-4306

Roti Mataba Pra-Sumen Road (street stall)
Location: Pra-Sumen Road
Opening Times: Tuesday - Sunday 12pm-8pm

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