This Keto roti is soft and pliable. It pairs well with lots of different Indian curries. They are made of coconut flour and psyllium husk. They are easy to make and can be frozen and heated up anytime.
Yield: 10 rotis (6 inch in diameter)
Macros per Serving (from MyFitnessPal)
Total carbs: 4.8g
Dietary fiber: 3.6g
Net carbs: 1.2g
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