Chapati – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Chapati or Chapatti or Chapathi (Hindi: चपाती, Bengali: চাপাটি, Tamil: சப்பாத்தி, Kannada: ಚಪಾತಿ, Malayalam: ചപ്പാത്തി, Telugu: చపాతీ, Urdu: چپاتی, Marathi: पोळी, Punjabi: ਚਪਾਤੀ [tʃəpɑt̪i]; Turkmen: Çapady) is an unleavened flatbread (also known as roti) from the Indian subcontinent.[1] Versions of it are found in Turkmenistan and in East African countries Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania. In China there is also a similar type of flatbread called Laobing.

Chapatis are made from a firm but pliable dough made from flour (whole grain common wheat), ‘atta’ in Urdu/Hindi/Punjabi/Bengali, and water. Some people also add salt and/or oil to the dough. Small portions of the dough are rolled out into discs much like a Mexican tortilla, using a rolling pin.


Making Chapati very fast – India

YouTube – Making Chapati very fast – India

Chapati, Delhi, India, Reisetagebuch Kultur, Making Chapati very fast



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How to get a quick meal in the streets of india.

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YouTube – Indian street food – FANTASTIC – You MUST watch!!

Filmed in Kolkatta (India) last January (2008).

Where exactly in Kolkata is this stall please?

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YouTube – Indian Street Food


pav bhaji!

Oh my god I can even recognize this place…… ita a hotel called ‘Shanti sagar’ on CMH Road, Indira Nagar Bangalore………… its been more than two years since I have been there ………………. Its one of the places where Idly sambar is awesome, infact they user small onions for sambar…………… Miss Bangalore man



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