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Thursday, September 9, 2010

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Making of Chapattis (30th Serv)

Chapatti is a favorite bread throughout India. The ingredients for this chapatti recipe are simple: flour, water, salt and oil, but it takes practice to make them just right.

Some people like to smear each chapatti with a thin layer of ghee, immediately after it comes off the fire. Though it tastes lovely with ghee, I prefer not to use any. In the days of my childhood, it was considered mean or bad-mannered to serve ghee-less chapattis to guests, but then people were neither fat/overfed, nor prone to heart problems early in life!

Have a look on below method that I have done in my kitchen.

Ingredients: (for 10-12 Chapattis)

Atta - 2 cups
Water - 1 cup
Salt - 1/2 table spoon

Method to make Chapattis:

To prepare the dough (A flour mixture stiff enough to knead or roll), you need a thali or a large platter with a raised rim. Sieve the atta with the salt into this.

Start adding the water, say 1/4 cup at a time, mixing it in with your fingers till it is absorbed and the atta starts to cohere into a stiffish dough (A flour mixture stiff enough to knead or roll). As the dough starts to form and only a little of the atta remains dry, add the water with circumspection. The idea is to use only as much as is needed to form the dough, which should not be wet and sticky, but also not so stiff as to make it difficult to work with.

Once you have a nice firm ball of dough, the trick of making soft chapattis is to knead it well. It is quite hard work, but satisfying, once you get the knack. Punch the ball of dough with the heel of your hand, and as it flattens out of all over it with your knuckles. When it gets thin, pull the far edge of the dough towards you with your fingers, and fold it over. Punch, knuckle and pull; punch, knuckle and pull, turning the platter with your other hand as you do so. And that is it. Keep at it for about 5 minutes, till the dough loses its stickiness, and you have the makings of lovely soft supple chapattis and serve it to your beloved hubby and kids.

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Roti : My Views From Kitchen

Chapattis have been described as "a vulgar feudal luxury', and it's true that you get the best value form chapattis if there is someone standing in the kitchen making them and bringing them one be one, hot and golden and puffed out with scalding steam, to the table. Many busy young professionals may feel this is too much for them to do on a regular basis. But a few chapattis, roasted on the tava as the food is being heated, are a treat that may not be too much trouble to organize for yourself every now and then; and the oftener you make them, the less the effort will seem.

ChapattiThe basic dough (A flour mixture stiff enough to knead or roll) for making chapattis and parathas is atta (whole wheat flour) and water, seasoned with a little salt. But it can be varied in any number of ways. You can substitute refined flour (maida) for half, or even all of the atta, and half-half is what is usually recommended for making pooris. You can mix the dough (A flour mixture stiff enough to knead or roll) with milk, or half milk and half water. For parathas and pooris, some cooks recommend kneading a little oil or ghee into the dough (A flour mixture stiff enough to knead or roll).

For a change of flavor, you can knead a teaspoonful of ajwain or powdered fennel into the dough (A flour mixture stiff enough to knead or roll).

In the metropolitan cities you can get various ready-made kinds of bread that you can substitute for roti-pizza bread, for example, which only needs to be put into the toaster. These may be worth looking out for if you like to eat rotis but find it too much of an effort to make them at home every day.

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04. My Kitchen : Gobhi (Cabbage) & Kaju Vej (4th Serv)
05. My Kitchen : Carrot Salad (5th Serv)
06. My Kitchen : Spinach (Palak) & Saag (6th Serv)
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08. My Kitchen : Hara Dhaniya (Coriander) ki Chatny (8th Serv)
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