Ramadan bazaar home-cooked edition: Celebrity chef Nik Michael Imran's roti john recipe

Nik thinks home cooks looking to make Ramadan bazaar fare like roti john can elevate it with different choices of ingredients. — Photos: NIK MICHAEL IMRAN

As a child, Ramadan bazaars were a constant feature in celebrity chef Nik Michael Imran’s life.

“Going to Ramadan bazaars was a common occurrence for me when I was growing up. It was something I would go to with family and friends and I enjoyed it. Ramadan is typically a spiritual month, so this was the only time I had to catch up with friends, ” he says.

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