Tesco Chapatti Flour (Atta) Medium 10Kg 2 for £8@Tesco online & instore
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Tesco Chapatti Flour (Atta) Medium 10Kg 2 for £8@Tesco online & instore

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Found 11th Jan 2014
Product Details

Ideal for traditional Chapatti's

Allergy Information
Contains: Wheat & Gluten

Nutrition

Nutrition
Typical Values As sold 100g contains -
Energy 1555kJ (370kcal) -
Protein 11.9g -
Carbohydrate 73.4g -
Sugars 1.4g -
Fat 1.6g -
Saturates 0.3g -
Fibre 5.7g -
Salt <0.01g -
Storage

Store in a cool dry place.

Instructions

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.
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31 Comments
Banned
Ok if you like chapattis don't think it will be popular in England hardly any Indians here
Really? ??
Banned
I bought these a few years ago when they were on at 3 pounds. . still got them lol
snowflake75 surely tgey must b out of date by now!
*they
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aberfal

Ok if you like chapattis don't think it will be popular in England hardly … Ok if you like chapattis don't think it will be popular in England hardly any Indians here

Deal is for flour here not for Chapati LOL!!
Was cheaper than this in my Tesco last week. £5,will check tomorrow and update.
great my stock just finished heaat
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petal24

snowflake75 surely tgey must b out of date by now!



they are lol
Aldi are selling east end chapatti atta 10kg for 3.50. A lot better quality too.
Aldi are selling east end chapatti atta 10kg for 3.50. A lot better quality too.
nice cha
aberfal

Ok if you like chapattis don't think it will be popular in England hardly … Ok if you like chapattis don't think it will be popular in England hardly any Indians here



Yeah too many racists taking up their place.
aberfal

Ok if you like chapattis don't think it will be popular in England hardly … Ok if you like chapattis don't think it will be popular in England hardly any Indians here



If you do not like England go to Romania or Bulgaria.
fishmaster

Yeah too many racists taking up their place.



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Good deal!
Makes nice chapatis.
The best is Pilsbury, but way too expensive.

Most of us think it is very difficult to make chapatis, but go and see in youtube.
The effort is well worth for a tastier and healthier dinner.
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fishmaster

Yeah too many racists taking up their place.

Racist? where?
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laloopatel

Deal is for flour here not for Chapati LOL!!

laloopatel

Deal is for flour here not for Chapati LOL!!


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* No Indians here ??? .... where you live. .. North Pole !!!!
laloopatel



What are these called and where can one purchase them please?
oops rotimatic! What kinds of roti does it make? Has anyone ever used one of these machines?
aberfal

Ok if you like chapattis don't think it will be popular in England hardly … Ok if you like chapattis don't think it will be popular in England hardly any Indians here



Your living in the wrong place. Obviously not in England
these aren't wholemeal so no use to me
Majnu

these aren't wholemeal so no use to me

ask your Laila she knows best;)
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aberfal

Ok if you like chapattis don't think it will be popular in England hardly … Ok if you like chapattis don't think it will be popular in England hardly any Indians here

aberfal

Ok if you like chapattis don't think it will be popular in England hardly … Ok if you like chapattis don't think it will be popular in England hardly any Indians here





its not only Indians that eat chapatis. . idiot
aberfal

Ok if you like chapattis don't think it will be popular in England hardly … Ok if you like chapattis don't think it will be popular in England hardly any Indians here



you need to look around more! . Offer is suitable for all south asians not just indians. Tesco sell according to demand huge bags of flour were available even before tesco started selling them . Even 25kg bags are available and are popular.
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shineon

....* No Indians here ??? .... where you live. .. North Pole !!!!

London, Manchester, Birmingham, Leeds etc etc full of Indian!
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Marnisa

What are these called and where can one purchase them please?

there is a company, based in Singapore, got this as new concept, the machine, automatic preparing chapatti! They launched the machine call Rotimatic but still did not start selling yet!
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physco786

Your living in the wrong place. Obviously not in England

thread here is for an offer not for who use or eat chapati!
I want to make a roti that is thin and light. When I use plain white flour it turns out thick and a bit rubbery but I prefer the white colour. Whereas atta seems to be wholemeal/brown colour. What is the best flour to use? Is there a white atta flour that doesn't contain plain flour? Thanks.
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hotman

I want to make a roti that is thin and light. When I use plain white … I want to make a roti that is thin and light. When I use plain white flour it turns out thick and a bit rubbery but I prefer the white colour. Whereas atta seems to be wholemeal/brown colour. What is the best flour to use? Is there a white atta flour that doesn't contain plain flour? Thanks.

Use Pillsbury Atta, and put more oil while preparing dough, Roti would remain soft and can be easy to chew!
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