5 from 17 votes
Sweet Potato Flatbread (Roti)
Course: Breads, Cakes & Pastries
Cuisine: Caribbean
Keyword: flatbread, Roti, sweet potato
  • 1 Cup Carmeta’s Sweet Potato Flour
  • 1 Cup Carmeta's Fine Cassava Flour + extra for dusting about (1/2 cup)
  • 1 1/2 Cup Water
  1. In a medium sized pan, bring 1 ½ cup of water to a boil.

  2. Add sweet potato flour, stir until desired puree consistency. Let cool down a bit before adding all-purpose or gluten-free flour.

  3. Add flour to sweet potato mash and knead to form a sticky dough.

  4. Divide dough into 8 pieces and form each piece into a ball. Using a rolling pin, flatten each ball of dough until thin.

  5. Cook rotis in a hot frying pan for about 2 minutes (1 minute per side).

  6. Served warm (buttered and salted) as a side.


At BADMC we empower farmers and agripreneurs to develop sustainable agricultural enterprises. Our products include the Carmeta's family of locally grown and processed foods, including gluten-free flours, pancake mix, beef sausages and burgers, lamb sausages and fresh juices.

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