Tesco Chapatti Flour (Atta) 10Kg HALF PRICE now £3.00 @TESCO
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Tesco Chapatti Flour (Atta) 10Kg HALF PRICE now £3.00 @TESCO

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Found 29th Jan 2012
Tesco are selling 10 kg chapatti whole wheat flour for only £3.00
was originally £6.00
can be found instore and online

cheaper than many asian shops
i have also added some cooking tips below

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is it white or medium brown?

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livelongHUKD

is it white or medium brown?




hopefully white so i can sell it as crack

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livelongHUKD

is it white or medium brown?


sorry forgot to say medium wholemeal

Original Poster

here are some cooking tips guys

Shallow Fry
Instructions: Cooking suggestion; Ingredients for approx. 5 chapattis. 300g/11oz Chapatti Flour - Approx. 100ml - 200ml / 1/3 pint of water - 30ml / 2tbs sunflower oil (optional)
STEP 1 Place flour in a large bowl, make a well in the centre and stir the water in stages.
STEP 2 Add the oil and work into a soft dough by hand. Knead for approximately 5 minutes.
STEP 3 Divide the dough into 5 equal pieces and make into small balls by hand.
STEP 4 Roll out each piece on a floured surface, with a rolling pin, into a thin round circle.
STEP 5 Place a tava or frying pan on a medium heat. Toss the raw chapatti between both hands, in quick succession.
STEP 6 Place the chapatti into the tava / pan until blisters appear, then turn and cook the other side. (TIP: When blisters appear, carefully press with a folded tea towel, to allow the chapatti to rise).
STEP 7 For a more traditional, risen chapatti, remove the chapatti from the tava/pan and place over an open gas flame for a few seconds, using tongs. STEP 8 Cook until golden brown on both sides and serve hot.

or...
step 1 woman chapatti's over get in the kitchen...

Man this is a hot deal,cheapest I've bought before was 2 for £7 from Asda.Will check my local

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Bear Bargains

Man this is a hot deal,cheapest I've bought before was 2 for £7 from … Man this is a hot deal,cheapest I've bought before was 2 for £7 from Asda.Will check my local



trying to save all of one pound lol

great deal and its nice flour

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when this was in local tesco express £3 ever1 got 10 each. im new to this flour when u make it its a bit hard. i usually get elefant atta. this is a bit darker were elefant is lighter. must be stock since ramazan eh.

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acctually ur pic is elefant atta

omg, i spent £8 in sainburys for mine last week

Ok please excuse my ignorance but I have never heard of this can you only use it for chapttis or can it be used for other stuff? Also thanks for recipe I might give it a go.

Cheap as chips....

10 kg...that's a lot of chapatis.
Bargain at that price. Hot

this is not elephant atta there is none online misleading pictue

All we need now is a deal on curry.

Wow! Brilliant deal, will buy a couple of bags for my flat and mums! Thanks OP!

Hot Hot Hot.... shame my Tesco doesn't sell this tho.....

CRACKER33

here are some cooking tips guysShallow FryInstructions: Cooking … here are some cooking tips guysShallow FryInstructions: Cooking suggestion; Ingredients for approx. 5 chapattis. 300g/11oz Chapatti Flour - Approx. 100ml - 200ml / 1/3 pint of water - 30ml / 2tbs sunflower oil (optional) STEP 1 Place flour in a large bowl, make a well in the centre and stir the water in stages.STEP 2 Add the oil and work into a soft dough by hand. Knead for approximately 5 minutes. STEP 3 Divide the dough into 5 equal pieces and make into small balls by hand. STEP 4 Roll out each piece on a floured surface, with a rolling pin, into a thin round circle. STEP 5 Place a tava or frying pan on a medium heat. Toss the raw chapatti between both hands, in quick succession. STEP 6 Place the chapatti into the tava / pan until blisters appear, then turn and cook the other side. (TIP: When blisters appear, carefully press with a folded tea towel, to allow the chapatti to rise). STEP 7 For a more traditional, risen chapatti, remove the chapatti from the tava/pan and place over an open gas flame for a few seconds, using tongs. STEP 8 Cook until golden brown on both sides and serve hot.




making chaps is a skill.. totally respect those that can do it.. I've tried and it was a disaster...

I'm a newbie chapatti maker - my husband is a bread demon and chapattis are a very quick way to get 'bread' on the table to go with a meal, even lasagne!

Lasagne AND chapattis???? oO
can't see the attraction myself!
That is 2 lots of carbs at a meal - like Lasagna and Chips or Curry, rice and chips oO

Pasta is made from flour and water
Bread is made from flour and water
Chapattis are made from flour and water

Good price on the flour though - haven't tried it myself but am sure you could use it for wholemeal bread as well. Is only flour after all!

Shame white bread flour is not this cheap. Over double this price.

When I first started to make them I did it too wet. When kneading I roll it out into sausages, do a few folds and squash and then make sausages again and repeat and that really works for making is super smooth. Rolling into a circle was the hardest part but a guideline is to press it into a fat disk when you start and keep a bowl or plate with more flour on it to dab them on before you roll and maybe again during rolling.

I reckon it took me a whole 2kg of flour before I got it anywhere near right, and got them puffing up in places. The first bag I got was Natco, now using Pilsbury.

awesome, now all i need is some acetone and bleach.

cheers OP, ordered 40 bags.

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ramnee

10 kg...that's a lot of chapatis.Bargain at that price. Hot


love ur name ramneei laughed all day you pudi

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best bit is do the dough then leave 3-5 mins and kneed it again. it comes out lovley. any 1 know when sell by date is i brought some last month but they finish date i september 2012

This has existed in tesco's for a very long time! I think around 2-3months now...I don't know if this is a ongoing promotion or a permanent price now...at the end of the day it is Tesco brand so they're not going to charge big bucks for it....GOOD FLOUR THOUGH!

IF you are lucky, some Tesco's are doing 20kg for £5!!! I know Green Street Tesco in East London does it for that much. I have bought it many times in the last few months to stock up!

Thanks OP, this offer was sold out last time it was on. So went this morning and bought 40 kilos worth. Wifey is Happy with the Price for a Very Good Atta.

this deal is active

Wholemeal chapathi (Wheat) flour is always better for health, You can get more fiber and nutrition values. If need soft chapatis you can use hot milk or hot water for mixing of flour .
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