Thu, Feb 11, 21

Chapati Recipe

First recipe on the blog had to be a staple, so we had to do Chapati! We've already done a video on this recipe, so check out the link below if you'd prefer to watch!   View this post on Instagram A post shared by KULA (@kulakitchen)   Chapati (6-8 Chapati) 3 cups of flour1 1/2 cups of warm water1 tsp. of salt 4 Tbsp. of any vegetable oil   Place all dry ingredients in the mixer or bowl Add 1 tbsp. of oil while mixing dry ingredients Add water gradually paying close attention to dough texture and mix or knead for 10 minutes...

Gavin Gordon

First recipe on the blog had to be a staple, so we had to do Chapati!

We've already done a video on this recipe, so check out the link below if you'd prefer to watch!

 

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by KULA (@kulakitchen)

 

Chapati (6-8 Chapati)


3 cups of flour
1 1/2 cups of warm water
1 tsp. of salt

4 Tbsp. of any vegetable oil

 

  1. Place all dry ingredients in the mixer or bowl
  2. Add 1 tbsp. of oil while mixing dry ingredients
  3. Add water gradually paying close attention to dough texture and mix or knead for 10 minutes
  4. Add 1 more tbsp. of oil and continue kneading or mixing
  5. Turn off mixture on touchpad and the switch and remove dough from mixer
  6. Divide dough into equal parts and roll out flat, spread oil and fold dough away to make long strand noodles like. Then roll into cinnamon bun like shape 
  7. Cover dough and allow to rest for 30 mins
  8. Dust flour on surface and rolling pin and begin rolling dough flat to even circle
  9. Using frying pan, heat on medium and place dough on plan
  10. After 10 seconds begin to move doubt around in circle pressing down with spatula or clean cloth
  11. Flip and repeat, then brush both sides with oil and remove off heat
  12. Cover chapati with clean cloth and enjoy when ready!
  13. Pair with our stew and sukuma wiki (sauteed vegetables) for a delicious meal!