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      35 min

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Chilli & Mint: Indian Home Cooking from A British Kitchen

By Torie True

Published 2021

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Chapati, also known as roti and phulka, is unleavened flatbread and requires few ingredients. In most Indian households it’s eaten hot and fresh off the pan, brushed with a little butter or ghee. Chapati flour, also known as atta, is finely milled wholewheat. To make an authentic chapati you do need chapati flour, as it has a high gluten content which allows it to be rolled thinly. It’s easy to source from your local Asian grocer, some larger supermarkets or online. If you need to substitut