I love the chapati. It has a nice flavor without the added lard or shortening. I did have to tweak the recipe. Only use 1/2 cup of water and then add water as needed. If you add a whole cup of water you will have a very sticky dough. Also, make sure your water is warm water. After making 8 small balls, let the dough rest for ten minutes before cooking. Meanwhile turn the heat to medium high on a cast iron griddle. Cook the chapati until you see bubbles start to form and then flip, about 10 seconds per side. Then flip for another ten seconds. Flip over again for another 10 seconds to make sure chapita is cooked.
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I love the chapati. It has a nice flavor without the added lard or shortening. I did have to...