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Making chapati's faster?

Discussion in 'Recipe Central' started by Rums, May 5, 2011.

  1. archana.kc

    archana.kc Gold IL'ite

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  2. sumaramesh

    sumaramesh New IL'ite

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    HI ALL

    I do chapati daily...

    I do add hot water n 2 spoons of oil to mix dough..
    I mix dough last thing in night and just close lid on it and keep it as it is(Not in fridge)

    Morning i make curry and chapati;s it will be very soft..

    I parallel'ly roll and do chapatis.. First make rounds n keep, then you can
    roll 1/2 chapati's and start doing chapatis
     
  3. nine9

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    Hi everyone, I already posted this query in a different thread.
    I need to prepare around 30 chapatis, I perpare phulkas.
    Can I prepare the phulka before 3-4 hrs before the guest arriave.
    Can I prepare and keep it in the oven at 200F along with the curries and Idli.
    or
    Shall I roll the phulkas and store them at room temperature for 3-4 hrs so that i can just toss them when the guest arrive.
    I dont add oil while cooking, I apply oil on the cooked chapatis and serve them.
    Please tell me whether the chapatis will stay soft with the above method for 3-4 hrs.
     
  4. SimpleGirl

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    Nine9... You can use the tortilla saver to keep the phulkas as soon as you make them.. its Microwave safe and keeps phulkas really fresh.. then when the guests arrive u could just heat it in microwave for 10-20 seconds .. and the phulkas will be good and hot.. I do that all the time. I make rotis for dinner and take the remaining ones for lunch next day.. i always keep it in the tortilla saver... and heat it in microwave at work the next day..
    Try it out..
     

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