To maintain original quality, package roti in airtight container or wrapping and freeze until you are ready to use it. Thaw and then heat in on a stove, or heat it in a microwave.
You may want to consider two alternatives:
- Purchase our already frozen rotis in freezer packs.
The benefit here is that the rotis are already frozen and are individually sealed in convenient packages.
- Request the staff to pack your (freshly cooked) rotis in plastic bags.
The rotis are cooled and then packed in 3’s or 4’s or 5’s in plastic bags which are then sealed. This form of packaging may be used if you plan to refrigerate your rotis and use a day or two after purchasing them, or if you plan to freeze for long term use.
Pastries will remain fresh if kept outside for a day or two, but for better quality they should be packed in an airtight container or wrapping and kept in the fridge or freezer. Pastry with meat filling should always be refrigerated.
Curried meat and food containing it should be frozen for storage, preferably in a rigid plastic container that is airtight and moisture-resistant. To reheat in a hurry, run hot water over plastic container until the curry separates from it, then heat the meat in a covered pot. For better results, thaw the meat in the fridge before heating on the stove.