a flat pancakelike bread cooked on a griddle, originating in India.
Indian flat wheat bread, similar to a tortilla.
A whole wheat Indian flatbread that can be grilled or fried.
a whole-wheat, griddle-baked flatbread.
India's flatbread made of whole wheat flour and water, sometimes available in sprouted wheat varieties. Find them in the refrigerated section of your health food store or Indian market.
an unleavened wheat or barley flour cake, a Nepalese staple which resembles the Mexican tortilla
tortilla-like whole wheat bread
Unleavened Indian bread.
Similar to pita bread but cooked on a non-stick fry pan.
the bread usually made on a circular cast iron griddle known as a tawa, which is slightly concave to give its distinctive shape. It is cooked without fat, over very high heat.
A flat, unleavened bread made with finely milled wholemeal flour. Eaten hot. Traditionally, pieces of chapati are curled up with the right hand and used like a spoon to scoop up meat and sauce from a curry.
Indian whole-wheat bread; flat round cakes cooked on a griddle.
Flat Indian bread made from flour and water
unleavened, pancakelike bread from India
Flat whole-wheat bread served with dahl (lentils) and vegetables.
Chapati or chapatti (Hindi: à¤šà¤ªà¤¾à¤¤à¥€ ; ) is a type of roti or Indian bread eaten in South Asia. In many areas of South Asia, particularly the north of the subcontinent, it is the staple food. It is made from a dough of atta flour (whole grain durum wheat), water and salt by rolling the dough out into discs of approximately twelve centimeters in diameter and browning the discs on both sides on a very hot, dry tava or frying pan (preferably not one coated with Teflon or other nonstick material).