Tesco Chapatti Flour (Atta) Medium 20Kg (2x10kg) £7.00 @ Tesco
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Tesco Chapatti Flour (Atta) Medium 20Kg (2x10kg) £7.00 @ Tesco

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Found 3rd Feb 2014
Tesco currently have Chapatti Flour (Atta) Medium on offer, if you buy 2 10kg bags of Chapatti Flour (Atta) Medium it will cost you £7.00, if you were to purchase 1 it will cost you £5.00

This has been previously been posted @ £8.00 for 20kg and recieved a good response here: hotukdeals.com/dea…693

It also has been posted @ £4.00 for 10kg and recieved a good response here: hotukdeals.com/dea…342

This deal is instore and online and does not work with the other flours such as white or wholemeal, it is also priced cheaper than there Tesco Value flour which is £4.00 for 10kg

I hope this will help someone who buys this product
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    Original Poster
    Please don't vote cold because you don't buy this product, all you are doing is making people unaware of a deal which might be helpful to them, which is unfair I don't buy this product but I posted it because many people do.
    Edited by: "deallady" 3rd Feb 2014
    I think it's a great deal. I use this to make bread and it works perfectly! Thanks.
    hot for me
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    MissYDW

    I think it's a great deal. I use this to make bread and it works … I think it's a great deal. I use this to make bread and it works perfectly! Thanks.


    abba

    hot for me



    Thank you guys, I am glad I have helped you I shall be coming over to try your bread
    What's this like vs brands such as Elephant and Champion?
    Original Poster
    mayzi

    What's this like vs brands such as Elephant and Champion?



    I am sorry I can't comment on that as I do not use the product, I am sure someone else will be able to help you a little more
    Hot for me good deal
    MissYDW

    I think it's a great deal. I use this to make bread and it works … I think it's a great deal. I use this to make bread and it works perfectly! Thanks.

    Recipe?
    Woo chapatis.
    mayzi

    What's this like vs brands such as Elephant and Champion?



    not as good.
    mayzi

    What's this like vs brands such as Elephant and Champion?



    It's good, even their value one is fab! tesco.com/gro…156 10kg for £4 still makes great chapatti's (roti) ... My mum is picky when it comes to value or basic range stuff but loves the value flour, no complaints!
    Edited by: "GiantTeddy" 3rd Feb 2014
    I get 25kg Elephant for about £12- not as good as Tesco prices but get nice chapattis :-)
    Would try this but for the sake of a £3ish difference and hundreds of chappattis think I will sick to it- Thanks for the info though- Heat added
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    mayzi

    I get 25kg Elephant for about £12- not as good as Tesco prices but get … I get 25kg Elephant for about £12- not as good as Tesco prices but get nice chapattis :-)Would try this but for the sake of a £3ish difference and hundreds of chappattis think I will sick to it- Thanks for the info though- Heat added



    I agree thats a lot of flour for a trial period lol might have been worth ago if it was say 10kg or 5kg X)
    MissYDW

    I think it's a great deal. I use this to make bread and it works … I think it's a great deal. I use this to make bread and it works perfectly! Thanks.


    Is it wholemeal or white?
    Protein of 11.9 is really quite good for slow rise breads.
    Sorry, this product is currently not available.
    usually pay £8 for 2 so £7 is great....aldi also do the east end one for £3.49
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    Wilzia

    Sorry, this product is currently not available.



    Maybe your store does not stock it hence, why you might not be able to have it delivered or maybe they have run out all the HUKD people clearing the stock lol
    Great thanks for posting
    Original Poster
    saji

    Great thanks for posting



    Your welcome I am glad I could help
    pepperlic

    Is it wholemeal or white?Protein of 11.9 is really quite good for slow … Is it wholemeal or white?Protein of 11.9 is really quite good for slow rise breads.



    It's in between, definitely not wholemeal or white. I don't have any issues using this flour for making a standard loaf and never have. :-)
    qbs

    Recipe?



    Using the breadmaker

    450g flour
    350ml water
    1.5 tsp salt
    3 tsp sugar
    1 sachet of fast acting yeast
    Splash of olive oil

    If you use a wetter mix you will get a lighter, more airy bread.

    I've made a delicious cheese, chilli and onion loaf with this flour. Adjust the mixture down accordingly.

    I found some information regarding Gluten content >

    food.com/bb/…zsp?t=308544

    "Chapati is another name for atta flour. It is not gluten-free.
    Atta flour seems to be made from wheat flour and malted barley"
    Edited by: "fishmaster" 3rd Feb 2014
    great find, thanks
    Original Poster
    MissYDW

    It's in between, definitely not wholemeal or white. I don't have any … It's in between, definitely not wholemeal or white. I don't have any issues using this flour for making a standard loaf and never have. :-)


    MissYDW

    Using the breadmaker450g flour350ml water1.5 tsp salt3 tsp sugar1 sachet … Using the breadmaker450g flour350ml water1.5 tsp salt3 tsp sugar1 sachet of fast acting yeastSplash of olive oilIf you use a wetter mix you will get a lighter, more airy bread.I've made a delicious cheese, chilli and onion loaf with this flour. Adjust the mixture down accordingly.



    Thanks for sharing, that sounds very nice you must be making your own bread all the time
    Yeah it's a medium flour
    Yes, i've been doing it for a few years now. I'll never go back. Pizzas, pitta, naan, rolls and more.

    I know that some people struggle but persevere, it really is worth it.
    Original Poster
    MissYDW

    Yes, i've been doing it for a few years now. I'll never go back. … Yes, i've been doing it for a few years now. I'll never go back. Pizzas, pitta, naan, rolls and more. I know that some people struggle but persevere, it really is worth it.



    You are a pro baker!! oO and you voted this as a good product, I think I will take your word for it
    How much better is atta flour then generic wholemeal flour for chapatti (and other indian bread)?
    I bought a bag of wholemeal as I couldn't find any atta at my local store and I've still not used it all.
    i hav used it n trust me not good...elephant brand is the best
    Cold as auntie is when she queue's in the sales
    Very good product, my mother switched our Chapatti flour from a big brand to this and nobody could tell the difference.

    Heat added
    Just got these yesterday great deal
    i use this all the time and i hav to say its good..dough doesnt go all soft and watery after the first day..which is good if u dnt want floppy chappatis!
    This is the most exciting video I saw last year - relevant to this post

    youtube.com/wat…Db0
    iqbalh

    Is the flour OK for this … Is the flour OK for this machine?http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EsfccHgWDb0



    I imagine so - it's not been released yet though.
    Banned
    I bought these a few years ago when they were 3 pounds. never used them and have just got rid. oh dear
    Elephant etc are generally made by hovis or similar companies. Probably for tescos too. They just give it a generic Asian sounding branding .
    iv been usinv it for nearly three years now. makes delicious warm warm indian chapatis.
    the flour is just right for our family. just nade some today. i changed my flour from champion to tesco for better taste and better price. thanks for leting us know of the offer.
    Original Poster
    zaakk

    iv been usinv it for nearly three years now. makes delicious warm warm … iv been usinv it for nearly three years now. makes delicious warm warm indian chapatis. the flour is just right for our family. just nade some today. i changed my flour from champion to tesco for better taste and better price. thanks for leting us know of the offer.



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