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“We make about 20 of these everyday! Since I have a weight gaining problem with wheat, I have stopped eating these since 2 years. The rest of my family loves these! I'll be making ALOT of these in US while on my holiday! Enjoy!UPDATE: I make these every night here in US and serve it with fresh vegetables and dry lentil curries. It is awesome to eat these on cold nights with a spread of pure honey(plain) on one side and rolled/folded and eaten! Enjoy:-)”
READY IN:
45mins
YIELD:
10 chappatis
UNITS:
US

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Put everything in a flat round mixing bowl.
  2. Knead well.
  3. Make small round balls out of the dough.
  4. Flatten each on the palm of your hand.
  5. Using a rolling pin, roll out to form Indian flatbreads (also known as rotis or chappatis in Hindi).
  6. Heat a non-stick pan on medium flame.
  7. Put each chappati on it and cook on one side first until it starts to show small air bubbles.
  8. This means that the side facing down on the non-stick pan is getting cooked.
  9. Now, turn onto the other side and cook the same way until you see small air bubbles on this side as well.
  10. After one minute, using a small clean kitchen napkin, press the roti at portions that are not thoroughly cooked.
  11. Keep turning the chappati with the help of the napkin in round circles, pressing all the uncooked portions, if any, until the chappati is completely cooked.
  12. When you press, you will see air fill into the chappati and that means that it's really well cooked!
  13. Now remove from flame and serve at once with any dry vegetable or non-vegetarian dish.

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