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Roti canai

Here, we've made the dough in a food processor, but it's really quick and simple to do by hand as well. If the dough seems a little too wet just add a little more flour.

Top baking dishes

Styling by Aimee Jones

Styling by Aimee Jones

These ceramic numbers take your baked dishes from oven to table in set-to-serve style.

In descending order, left to right;

1 - Robert Gordon medium bowl with handles in Salt Bush, $35, from Living Edge.

2 - White Basics Chef du Monde square baker, $15.95, from Maxwell & Williams.

3 - Chasseur La Cuisson ramekins in Grey and Duck Egg Blue, $15.95 for a set of two.

4 - Flip Flop Slip baking tray, $124, from The Fortynine Studio.

5 - Robert Gordon large oval platter with handles in Iron Dip, $45, from Living Edge.

6 - Royal Doulton 1815 white serving dish, $49.95.

7 - Chasseur La Cuisson X large rectangular baker in Duck Egg Blue, $65.95.

8 - Cirrus marbled porcelain baking dish in Black, $65, from Heaven In Earth

9 - S&P Studio bakeware dish, $39.95 for a set of three, from Domayne.

10 - Apilco gratin dish, $30, from Williams-Sonoma.

11 - Cirrus marbled porcelain baking dish in Sage, $65, from Heaven in Earth.

12 - Small baker in steel, $115, from Mud Australia.

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