Roti is a flat circular shape of un-fermented Indian bread, which is served daily throughout the Indian home as well as in hotels and restaurants. Roti can be eaten with any vegetable such as Paneer Makhani, Kadahi Paneer, Dum Aloo etc., non veg dishes like butter chicken, mutton korma etc. or any dal (lentils) daily at lunch and dinner. Dough to make the simple roti is made with wheat flour and water, but it is a little tricky to make the soft roti, add little ghee or milk when making dough to make roti. Roti has different names like roti, chapati or phulka at different places in India. The thickness of the roti varies according to the practice of person and culture from different regions of India.