How to make it

  • Use 125g real butter and work it into the flour to obtain a texture resembling bread crumbs;
  • Work a third cup cumin seeds into the crumbs;
  • Add 200ml luke warm milk;
  • Work it into the mix until it forms a ball;
  • Let it rest for 30 minutes;
  • Roll it out in 30g rounds with an average diameter of 8cm and about 2cm thick;
  • Heat a pan with olive oil and bake till golden brown.
  • NOTE:
  • By rolling it out very thin and then deep frying it, it blows up and forms wonderful snaks. For this I usually cut them into squares of 2cm by 2cm.

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  • impssweetp 4 years ago
    I think that this is so versatile. No end to what you can serve with this. And crunch to boot. Wonderful!
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  • jencathen 6 years ago
    This looks great! I'm not sure where to find ray bread flour. I want to serve this along with my Butter Chicken. I think it would pair wonderfully.
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  • tinadc 6 years ago
    CHAPPATIS: Absolutely, you can cook it over a flame - when I said fry I don't mean deep fry - just a drop of oil in the pan, swirl it and fry.
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    " It was excellent "
    lunasea ate it and said...
    Wonderful - great recipe! Thanks so much...
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  • fergie 6 years ago
    Can you cook them over a naked flame rather than fry them ? Sounds interesting .. will have to try them.
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    " It was excellent "
    bluewaterandsand ate it and said...
    Interesting and sounds good.
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