Friday, July 30, 2010

Homemade mini Chapati (Indian flatbread)

I just realized that Chapati is so easy to make, I learnt from an Indian girl who working in the mini market that usually I make my daily marketing. Just surprised that she prepared her Chapati in a healthy way, not adding any ghee oil but just vegetable oil.

Homemade mini Chapati (Indian flatbread)

Usually kids like mini thing, so I prepared into mini size, also easy for them to eat.


Homemade mini Chapati (Indian flatbread)*makes 15pcs
(printable recipe)
1cup whole wheat flour or Atta flour
1cup all purpose flour
170ml lukewarm water
1/2tsp salt
1tbsp vegetable oil

1. Knead all above ingredients to a soft ball for about 5mins, set aside for 30mins.
2. Equally divided into 15 small balls (40g each). Use a rolling pin to roll into thin circular bread.
3. Pan fry (without oil) over low flame in a non-stick frying pan till both sides cooked (you can see small bubbles on both sides).
4. Serve with curry.

**serve this mini Chapati with Mamak chicken curry, simply delicious..
Homemade mini Chapati (Indian flatbread)
Happy Cooking !!


47 comments:

鲸鱼蓝蓝蓝 said...

yeah!!!!i love this very very much¬¬thx 4 sharing¬¬

kitchen queen said...

lovely and healthy chappathi and thanks so much for sharing.

娇娇 said...

i think vill very nice if eat vif curry chicken ^^

Fuat Gencal said...

Ne kadar iştah açıcı görünüyor. Ellerinize sağlık.

Saygılar.

busygran said...

Chapatis are easy to make. I make them whenever I cook keema. Nice to make mini ones. They are soo cute!

Jane Chew said...

o... very nice. Love it!

My Little Space said...

Sonia, this is just so tempting! I love chappati very much. Thanks for sharing. Hope you're enjoying the evening.
Cheers, Kristy

Vrinda said...

Chapathi cameout so perfect Sonia...yummmm

Pete said...

Good with some fish curry!

Anncoo said...

Yummy...did you cook curry too?

cikmanggis said...

Thank you Sonia:)saya akan cuba resepi baru ni. Kami makan chapati for dinner tadi.

Bo said...

Sonia I have a thing for Indian food and bread so this sounds like something I must try.

Lyndsey said...

I love making them in small sizes too! Yours look so good and how nice it's a healthy version!

Mary said...

These look wonderful and look like something I could try. I hope you are having a wonderful day. Blessings...Mary

VineelaSiva said...

Wow the mini chapathis looks very yummy and its very inviting.I love to have with chole.

Cheah said...

Thanks so much for sharing, Sonia. Will attempt this soon!

Honey Bee Sweets said...

Yummy yummy, so good with curry yah! You're very good, this also know how to make!

neyeeloh said...

Wow... this is indeed very easy to make, must add in my to-do-list... ^_^

Melanie said...

hi sonia i am having problem in getting all purpose flour been searching at Tesco & Giant but couldn't find the flour. may i know where do u get in KL?or which flour can replace the all purpose flour?

Meldylocks and Her Three Bears said...

Wow, didn't know that it's so easy! thanks for sharing!

☺lani☺ said...

Wow, thanks for sharing this... chapati is expensive here in Taipei!

Sook said...

I love indian flatbread, especially naan! I haven't made these in forever. Yours look perfect.

simply.food said...

Your mini chapattis look delicious.Very well made.

Raina said...

Your flatbread looks great! I see this all the time on blogs but have never tried it. I will have to now..great recipe:) Thanks for sharing.

RV said...

This is something I can have everyday.

Somewhere in Singapore said...

same question with Anncoo, u got cook curry to go with it?

Cinnamon Girl said...

These are so very perfect! I love little mini size!

PranisKitchen said...

sonia,u made it perfectly really delicious.. u can add different veggies also with it.. that way u can make variety chapathis..

Angie's Recipes said...

Sonia, these mini flatbread look perfectly made! I would love to have some dips or curry to go with them.

Beau Lotus said...

I learnt to make mine from an Indian mother here 2 years ago and was surprised to see how easy it was too. She also taught me to just put it quickly on top of the flames at the end so that it would balloon up! Fun...

Spoon and Chopsticks said...

Interesting recipe. I just uploaded a new post on my healthy version of flatbread.

Hope you'll like. Thanks for sharing!

wendyywy @ Table for 2..... or more said...

When I made this for a friend, my friend was so surprised that this is so easy peasy, and he swore never to buy another piece. Hahahaha!!!

My Asian Kitchen said...

look really good and simply to make!! thanks for sharing:) must try your recipe one day!

Jeannie said...

I am amazed how simple this is...I always order chappati whenever I eat at indian restaurants and request them not to add ghee for health reason. This is a great recipe to try. Thanks for sharing.

Jo said...

Looks good and I think chappati is so much more healthier than pratas. I love having this with dhal and curries.

Little Corner of Mine said...

Thanks for sharing this recipe, this is definitely something I can make. :)

tigerfish said...

Sounds really easy...

HouseOf said...

Chapati are very easy to make, and so delicous. I like the taste of the whole wheat flour in this.

Biren said...

These chapatis looks really well made. I like the minis too!

My Kitchen and Me said...

Can't wait to try out these chappatis with some chicken curry.. Yummy!

Cook.Bake.Love said...

Wah u even made ur own chapati! And Ur chapati is very nicely done.

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

Dear all, Thank you so much of stopping by and leave with your lovely words. Do try out this simple recipe, my advise try to consume immediately while still warm, it turned very chewy and hard once cooled.

Melanie, maybe I have confused you with the all purpose flour. this flour is so easily to get everywhere, in malay is call tepung gandum, brand like blue key, cap sauh & etc.

Pranis, thanks for informing to add veggie, i will try out in my next attempt.

mysimplefood said...

Looks beautiful. I wanna make curry and chapati now. So many recipes to try out :)

scrambledhenfruit said...

I need to try these- yours look perfect! thanks!

Colin Woon said...

I will love this too!

1st photo - fantastic!

Keats The Sunshine Girl said...

Chapati looks great. Healthy substitute for rice .

abdul said...

Oh yummy. Thanks for the tasty post

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