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Elephant Atta Chapatti Flour Wholemeal 10Kg £5 @ Tesco
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Elephant Atta Chapatti Flour Wholemeal 10Kg £5 @ Tesco

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this any good for making a loaf with?
Deedie05/05/2020 17:33

It's just flour


Not quite - its more to make chapattis and Roti etc with. The self raising flour would probably be more appropriate.
hottestthebetter05/05/2020 17:42

Not quite - its more to make chapattis and Roti etc with. The self raising …Not quite - its more to make chapattis and Roti etc with. The self raising flour would probably be more appropriate.


But perfectly fine for making loafs
Deedie05/05/2020 17:45

But perfectly fine for making loafs


Not necessarily, the low protein content (the gluten that makes bread chewy) from the atta would instead yield a dense loaf with little chew. I wouldn't recommend it for bread making.
cliffio7605/05/2020 17:10

this any good for making a loaf with?



I was told it doesn't have the same gluten content so won't rise as much as a normal wholemeal but it's fine to mix 50/50 with strong white flour. I've never tried it on it's own for anything other than flat breads like chappatis.
zx636r05/05/2020 18:31

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It's more like wondering why the bricks won't lay in place without the cement
cliffio7605/05/2020 17:10

this any good for making a loaf with?


I can only vouch for bread maker bread and it's pretty bad. I consistently got stumpy slightly crumbly loaves
CardboardCutout05/05/2020 20:51

I can only vouch for bread maker bread and it's pretty bad. I consistently …I can only vouch for bread maker bread and it's pretty bad. I consistently got stumpy slightly crumbly loaves


I hear that. Often happens when I use strong white flour only. If I make a 50/50 white/wholemeal, comes out lovely every time
cliffio7605/05/2020 21:44

I hear that. Often happens when I use strong white flour only. If I make a …I hear that. Often happens when I use strong white flour only. If I make a 50/50 white/wholemeal, comes out lovely every time


I've never had problems using white or brown bread flour in my Morphy Richards bread maker and I've never mixed. This was my last white loaf

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Using this flour I'd get loaves half the height and they would be dense like rye bread
CardboardCutout06/05/2020 10:08

I've never had problems using white or brown bread flour in my Morphy …I've never had problems using white or brown bread flour in my Morphy Richards bread maker and I've never mixed. This was my last white loaf[Image] Using this flour I'd get loaves half the height and they would be dense like rye bread


looks nice. have started using mine to produce dough so i can bake tear and share in the oven.
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