Preparation and Usage
TO MAKE DELICIOUS AND AUTHENTIC CHAPATTIS.
Measure 300g of East End Chapatti Flour into a bowl. Gradually add just enough cold water to make a stiff dough. Knead dough for 3-4 minutes and place into a bowl. Leave in fridge for 1/2 hour. Divide dough into 4 or 5 evenly sized balls, take each ball and roll it out to desired thickness (usually 2-4mm). Meanwhile heat a frying pan over a medium heat. Place flattened dough in the frying pan and gently heat each chapatti, turning several times, until golden brown. Make sure that the chapatti is cooked from within. Rub a few drops of oil or East End Pure Butter Ghee.
East End Chapattis are delicious with East End Saag and many other East End dishes.
Allergy Other Text:
May contain Traces of nuts
Once opened store in an airtight container under cool, dry conditions away from direct sunlight.
Each serving provides... Fat 1.1g Low, Saturates 0.2g Low, Sugar 3.4g Low, Salt 0.2g Low.
Serving Size 100g (Uncooked).
SUITABLE FOR VEGETARIANS.
NO ADDITIVES. Nutrition Value: Typical Values per 100g (uncooked)
of which: sugars 3.4g
of which: saturates 0.2g
Sodium 0.1g Country Of Origin: UK