Chapati is a [highlight]Pakistani and Indian flatbread[/highlight]. It’s also called “Roti”. Chapati accompanies most Pakistani and Indian meat, vegetable and lentil curries. This is a most basic and simple recipe of Chapati. If you want to make these ahead, keep them moist and pliable under a damp towel. Do try it!!
Check it out the Chapati Recipe here!!
[one_fourth]Prep Time:40 minutes[/one_fourth] [one_fourth]Cook Time:20 minutes[/one_fourth] [one_fourth]Servings: 8[/one_fourth] [one_fourth_last]Difficulty Level: medium[/one_fourth_last]
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- 1 cup chapati flour
- 1 cup plain flour
- a pinch of salt
- 2 tbsp natural yogurt
- 2 tbsp vegetable oil
- warm water
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Mix the ingredients in a bowl.
Add water a little at a time until you get a pliable dough which is not runny.
If you over do the water just add more flour you are looking for something like the consistency of play dough.
Now flour your hands well, pour a little over the dough too and knead well for 5 minutes.
Regularly reflour your hands as needed to prevent the dough sticking.
Divide the dough into 4 pieces and roll each flat and thin using a well floured rolling pin on a floured surface.
Heat a heavy pan or griddle to a high heat and cook the chapatis without any oil for about 2 minutes on each side.
Cover in foil and keep in a warm oven until required.Chapati is ready to serve.
- Serve with curries or lentils.
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