5 Ingredients or Fewer


April  6, 2011
1 Ratings
  • Serves 4
Author Notes

The word 'chapati' is considered of Dravidian origin, from chappa meaning 'flattened' and attai or paathi. Chapati. Chapatis are one of the most common forms in which wheat, the staple of northern South Asia, is consumed. Chapati is a form of roti (bread). The words are often used interchangeably. While roti refers to any flat unleavened bread, chapati is a roti made of whole wheat flour and cooked on a tava (flat skillet). —pauljoseph

What You'll Need
  • 2 cups Whole-wheat flour
  • 1 TSP Salt
  • 1 TBS Oil
  • Hot water 1 cup
  • Milk 1/2 cup
  1. Put Flour, Salt, Oil in a bowl and mix
  2. Add hot water and milk gradually and make into dough. Kneading as required
  3. Leave covered for 20 minutes at room temperature
  4. Split into 12 equal balls
  5. Roll out to ¼” thickness
  6. Bake on flat baking stone or griddle over a gas flame
  7. Have with a Simple Dal Curry

See what other Food52ers are saying.

  • pauljoseph
  • boulangere
  • mrslarkin
  • Nana

6 Reviews

Nana May 23, 2013
I tried making this but I got a runny mixture. Should the milk be powdered?
pauljoseph April 6, 2011
mrslakin recipe please for piadina
mrslarkin April 6, 2011
:) here you go! http://www.food52.com/recipes/4251_nonnas_piadina
boulangere April 6, 2011
These look very good.
pauljoseph April 6, 2011
thank you boulangere
mrslarkin April 6, 2011
pauljoseph, these sound great! They remind me of an Italian flat bread that my mom and I make called "piadina."