Roti Tisu is a thin, crispy bread to enjoy with your dessert.
To make 6-8 breads:300g plain flour
1. In a large bowl combine the flour, sugar and salt.
2. Make a well in the middle and add the egg and half the water and mix, add the condensed milk and more water as you go not letting it get to wet and sticky.
3. Once completely combined it should be fairly dry to the touch.
4. Leave to rest covered with a damp cloth in the fridge for 30 minutes.
5. Divide the dough into equal balls, between 6-8, 50g each.
6. Spread some margarine into your hands and roll each ball to cover. If you fold a piece of greaseproof paper and place the dough ball inside you will find it easier to roll.
7. Leave to rest for a further 30 minutes in the fridge.
8. To make the tisu, have a clear clean table, you can either try to make them the Malaysian way by spinning or press out onto the table top and spread out from the centre outwards keeping it even as you go, you need to make it so thin that when you lift it you can see through it.
9. Once made as thin as possible, cut to fit in a non stick pan and cook till crispy adding a little margarine as you go
10. The final result should be a thin crispy bread disc you can snap pieces off and enjoy with some (slightly warmed) chocolate sauce and cinnamon or vanilla ice cream.