What is Chapati?
Chapati is a beautiful unleavened flat Bread eaten in East Africa in Countries like Burundi Uganda, Mozambique, and Kenya.
How To Make Uganda Chapati
Below is how Uganda chapati is made
- Pour the wheat flour, salt, and ghee into a bowl and mix the ingredients together.
2. Add ½ a cup of water to the flour mixture and stir the mixture until it’s soft and supple.
3. Add the remaining water slowly, stirring until it’s fully combined.
4. Place the dough into an oiled bowl and cover it for 25 minutes.
5. Divide the dough into 10-12 small balls, and dip them into flour.
6. Roll the dough with a rolling pin until the balls resemble thin, round pancakes.
7. Heat a heavy frying pan, Tawa, or griddle over medium heat and cook each chapati on both sides.
8. Remove the chapati from the heat, and wrap it in a towel until they are all ready to serve.
What type of flour is used for chapati?
Which wheat is best for chapati?
Tall traditional wheat variety C 306 has been the golden standard for chapati quality.