TITIYAS MAI'ES or CORN TITIYAS
Titiyas mai'es is pronounced ti-tee-dzas ma-is. The method of rolling titiyas mai'es I used in the video is quick and easy. However, back in 1999, a friend in Germany, Angie, showed me how to shape the dough using a grocery paper bag.
If you look closely at the picture above, you will notice some have a smooth edge and some have a jagged edge. The smooth-edged titiyas is from using the paper bag; the rough-edged titiyas is my method in the video.
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