Soft Chapati Recipe - Yummy Traditional

Soft Chapati Recipe


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Soft Chapati is also known as roti,phulka, Chapatis are made from a soft dough comprising atta flour, salt, oil, and water, Atta is made from wheat(Gundam) here I will share with you some tips for soft chapatis from the soft dough, most important part of the meal of every Pakistani/Indian household
It is served with almost every gravy and curry possible, making the meal wholesome. Go ahead, check out the easy steps given below and make these delicious warm and soft chapatis in no time. These chapatis are no-fuss food, However, the best thing about Roti/ Chapati is that it is high on nutrition and can be tweaked as per palate preference. If you are someone who loves the richness of Ghee, then you can add some ghee while kneading the dough and with a pinch of salt this adds a nice aroma and taste to the Chapatis. 
                                        
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This simple Pakistani bread is a far healthier option than Naan, Puri, Bhatura simply because you do not need oil or ghee to prepare this recipe. It is good for people planning to shed some weight and are following a low-fat diet as it is prepared without using oil.

Serve the warm chapatis on several occasions like kitty parties, game nights, pot lucks, and many more other occasions along with any main dish and make it all the more charming. Also, don't forget to share the recipe with all of your friends living abroad so it reminds them of their country every time they make it.

                             
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Tips of soft chapatis:
  1. Add flour slowly to the water and knead it to a soft dough.
  2. Knead the dough for at least 3 to 5 mins.
  3. Rest the dough for a minimum of 15 mins and a maximum of 1 hour.
  4. Roll the chapatis a little thin, but not too thin or too thick.
  5. Heat the Tawa really well before putting the chapati in.
  6. Flip it just twice, don't keep on flipping over.
  7. Once the chapati is cooked, remove it to a plate, spread some ghee or oil over, and store it in a hot case.

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    Take water and salt in a bowl mix well, add wheat flour then further mix them together, now knead this to a soft dough
    Add more flour as needed
    Knead it for 3-5 minutes, now cover it with a wet kitchen towel rest it for 15 minutes, after 15 minutes knead the dough about 5 minutes more, Now it gets extremely soft
    Now drizzle some drops of oil over the dough and apply all over the dough, Put it back into the bowl and cover it with a plastic ceiling, Keep aside for 30 minutes..


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    Divide the dough into equal portions, make smooth balls, and flatten them between your palms_Roll into 4 diameters, keep the edges thinner than the center_Put it on hot Tawa and cook it a few seconds
    Flip over cook another side for few seconds
    Now flip over again and cook press  bubbles on top till puffs up, now remove and place in the hot pot_You can drizzle some drops of oil/ghee over chapati_You repeat the same process with all remaining dough balls 

                   
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    Now chapati is done to serve with dalsabzi, and curry 







    Check out the easy steps given below and make these delicious warm and soft chapatis in no time. These chapatis are no-fuss food ...

    Ingredients of dough:
    1. 3 cups, wheat flour or as needed
    2. ½ tsp, salt
    3. 1 tbsp, oil
    4. Water as required
    How to make a chapatti? 
    1. Take water and salt in a bowl mix well
    2. Add wheat flour and further mix them together
    3. Now knead this to a soft dough
    4. Add more flour as needed
    5. Knead it for 3-5 minutes
    6. Now cover it with a wet kitchen towel rest it for 15 minutes
    7. After 15 minutes knead the dough about 5 minutes more
    8. Now it gets extremely soft
    9. Now drizzle some drops of oil over the dough and apply all over the dough
    10. Put it back into the bowl and cover it with a plastic ceiling
    11. Keep aside for 30 minutes..
    12. Divide the dough into equal portions, make smooth balls, and flatten them between your palms
    13. Roll into 4 diameters, keep the edges thinner than the center
    14. Put it on hot Tawa and cook it a few seconds
    15. Flip over cook another side for few seconds
    16. Now flip over again and cook press  bubbles on top till puffs up
    17. Now remove and place in the hot pot
    18. You can drizzle some drops of oil/ghee over chapati
    19. You repeat the same process with all chapatis 
    20. Now chapati is done to serve with dalsabzi, and curry
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