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Description: Any bread made from wheat, rice, corn or millet. Bread is a staple food throughout the world based on flours, commonly made from cereal grains but also from potatoes and other ingredients, leavened with yeast or as flatbreads, baked in the oven or cooked as pancakes. The most common flours used in breads are wheat and rye in the West, with grains such as bulgur and sorghum playing a greater part in the East.
Ethnicity: Indian Subcontinent
Most frequent country: Widespread
Also known as: rodde, rotli, rotte, rotti
See foods and dishes: besan roti, chapatti, naan, paratha, poppadum, puri, roti