Flour, sugar, oil and other ingredients that will guarantee you the best chapati

Your guests will not resist these chapatis........

Ingredients

Instructions

How are chapatis cooked?

Frying

Recipe Category

Pastry

Cooking time

Preparing time-1 hour

Cooking time- 20 minutes

Recipe Cuisine

Kenyan chapati

What is the nutritional value of Chapatis?

Recipe Yield

All

Amazing facts about Chapatis

Chapati is a popular flat fried bread in Kenya. It is readily available in Kenya and is made from wheat flour, water, sugar, salt and water among other things.

It originally came from India but Kenyans took and embraced it. Chapatis are used as accompaniments to lunch and dinner and sometimes taken together with tea.

Chapatis are cooked in major Kenyan events and celebrations like family gatherings, weddings, Christmas and many others.

Rating

4.5 out of 5

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