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Tesco Medium Chapatti Flour 10Kg £3.50 @ Tesco
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Tesco Medium Chapatti Flour 10Kg £3.50 @ Tesco

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Good price for this flour from tomorrow at Tesco The offer is available both instore and online and will run until the 26th May
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Sure, I am using a bread machine, but using :
660g flour
460ml water
1.5 tsp salt
2tsp sugar
30g butter
a dash of lemon juice
7g dried yeast
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Great deal. Well spotted
What sort of flour is this? Plain? Whole or specific only for something?
Bought the equivalent from Morrisons for £5, it is a meduim wholemeal flour, I am using it for making bread, works just fine!!
Wow
If you don’t mind can you share what quantities you’re using to make a loaf.

I have found the this flour ‘atta’ to be too dense in bread making . Not getting enough rise and co2 bubble formations collapsing before being fully baked.

graaaham05/05/2020 08:49

Bought the equivalent from Morrisons for £5, it is a meduim wholemeal …Bought the equivalent from Morrisons for £5, it is a meduim wholemeal flour, I am using it for making bread, works just fine!!

Sure, I am using a bread machine, but using :
660g flour
460ml water
1.5 tsp salt
2tsp sugar
30g butter
a dash of lemon juice
7g dried yeast
Lucky8805/05/2020 09:07

If you don’t mind can you share what quantities you’re using to make a loa …If you don’t mind can you share what quantities you’re using to make a loaf. I have found the this flour ‘atta’ to be too dense in bread making . Not getting enough rise and co2 bubble formations collapsing before being fully baked.


Which atta are you using as they come in different vartaries (medium, fine, white, wholemeal, chakki).
Medium atta (no 2) is sort of semi white and semi brown flour
They also do atta is fine white or wholemeal, the white atta is excellent for bread making especially if you replace some of the water with milk.
frits_05/05/2020 08:45

What sort of flour is this? Plain? Whole or specific only for something?


Accord to Google it's made from hard wheat which has a high gluten contents.
It's mainly used for make chappities/rotis/nans bread, flat bread but I know people who use it for bread making and pizza bases.
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I'm using medium brown Atta, I'll give it a go with the new recipe Thanks

If you've both had success it must mean the amount of starter yeast as a replacement for dried yeast I used, must not be the correct amount so the correct leavening wasn't achieved.

I'll also increase the proofing stage to achieve a better result.

NuffinisFree05/05/2020 09:30

Which atta are you using as they come in different vartaries (medium, …Which atta are you using as they come in different vartaries (medium, fine, white, wholemeal, chakki).Medium atta (no 2) is sort of semi white and semi brown flourThey also do atta is fine white or wholemeal, the white atta is excellent for bread making especially if you replace some of the water with milk.



graaaham05/05/2020 09:14

Sure, I am using a bread machine, but using :660g flour460ml water1.5 tsp …Sure, I am using a bread machine, but using :660g flour460ml water1.5 tsp salt2tsp sugar30g buttera dash of lemon juice7g dried yeast

So is available in-store now or on the 6th?
If you want tasty chappathi stay tuned to pillsbury and aashirvad. Test all doesn't give proper taste imo
Tesco has been having this offer on and off for months ever since Diwali but availability has been scarce. Good luck if you can get it.
Been waiting for this to be reduced to £3.50, didnt think it would happen again 2020 but thanks op
Great price but the reviews of it being rubbery put me off!
So will this make nice bread in the bread maker?
I've been using this chapatti flour for years, only to make chapattis mind and it's as good as the more expensive brands. No-one's ever complained and then are surprised to find out how cheap it is.
thanks op, picked up a few today @ my local. Thats roti sorted for a few months
good price (seems to be this price 3-4 times an year) but would not recommend for making bread. Tried it after filtering as well (with a big sieve) but still the bread was too dense.

For Indian chapattis it does the job but nowhere near as good as Aashirwad/ Pillsbury or other 'Chakki' type flours. The chapattis from this flour are slightly rubbery/chewy.
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