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    I finished my all purpose flour yesterday and I really want some chapatis but my flour is finished...
    Is it okay to use self raising flour?
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    (Original post by erratic_deus)
    I finished my all purpose flour yesterday and I really want some chapatis but my flour is finished...
    Is it okay to use self raising flour?
    Yeah you can, but it may become more like a naan, but it'll work!
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    (Original post by Mehru1214)
    Yeah you can, but it may become more like a naan, but it'll work!
    Thank god for you! I'm making it now.

    Btw in your culture do you put potatos, carrots and small ingredients into the chapati bread?
    In East Africa we do.
    Also, in Uganda we have a meal called Rolex, which is egg wrapped in chapati.
    It is absolutely delicious and what I'm craving!

    Here is a rolex: http://churchillsafaris.com/wp-conte.../rolexfood.jpg

    You can put even minced meat, beans other stuff and wrap it!!
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    (Original post by erratic_deus)
    Thank god for you! I'm making it now.

    Btw in your culture do you put potatos, carrots and small ingredients into the chapati bread?
    In East Africa we do.
    Also, in Uganda we have a meal called Rolex, which is egg wrapped in chapati.
    It is absolutely delicious and what I'm craving!

    Here is a rolex: http://churchillsafaris.com/wp-conte.../rolexfood.jpg

    You can put even minced meat, beans other stuff and wrap it!!
    I'm form Pakistan, and yeah we do do that sometimes. Then it's called a paratha. It's not realy mixed in though, more like stuffed. You can use a tiny bit more oil in the pan and you can make crispier versions and cheese versions too! It's basically like a rolex, desi style!

    http://indiaphile.info/how-to-make-parathas/
    http://www.scrambledchefs.com/indian...otato-paratha/
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    (Original post by Mehru1214)
    I'm form Pakistan, and yeah we do do that sometimes. Then it's called a paratha. It's not realy mixed in though, more like stuffed. You can use a tiny bit more oil in the pan and you can make crispier versions and cheese versions too! It's basically like a rolex, desi style!

    http://indiaphile.info/how-to-make-parathas/
    http://www.scrambledchefs.com/indian...otato-paratha/
    Wow! So sick. I haven't been to Pakistan but I've been to North India I stayed there for 3 weeks and I ate so much chapati and I even learnt how to make it. but I FINISHED MY FLOUR and now I'm pissed because i'm scared of the results of my self-raised chapati.
 
 
 
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