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|Calories360Calories from Fat130|
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|Calories from Fat130|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Naeem Anjum 8 months ago
Don't know if it was just me but the mixture measurements meant the dough was very dry so I had to add more milk afterwards. Maybe because I used wholemeal chapatti flour?
Clara Rich a year ago
this is the best flat bread recipe I have found for non yeast versions. easy to make and not dry.
jamie 2 years ago
exactly how it looked and tasted nice.
Adeola 2 years ago
It turned out great. More like a naan bread.
Annette 2 years ago
they turned out really well nice to have some easy to make and fresh flat btead, lovely with curry.
Jules Naybur 3 years ago
I've never made these before, the recipe was simple to follow and they came out perfect! Will defo make them again
Saeed Azad 3 years ago
Easy and delicious. Will definitely make this bread from now on.
Queenie Queen 3 years ago
Very easy to make. Not too time consuming. Pleased with this recipe. THANKS :) Would deffo make again
Ayesha 4 years ago
So easy and very enjoyable. Shall become a major player in my kitchen for my boys. Strongly recommend. Good solid comfort food!
Steph D. 4 years ago
I used a gluten free flour blend and it worked really well. They're crispier than I thought they would be but that is probably because gluten free flour works in its own special way and, obviously, doesn't have the gluten which would make it stretchy and pliable. This recipe uses butter and milk as the liquid to bind the flour together. Yum! All in all a very successful first attempt. Please note, if you're using gluten free flour, you don't have to knead the mixture. Just pat it all firmly together into a ball.
Ross B. 4 years ago
Amazing, better than store bought tortillas. Healthy and easy to make, I will definitely make this recipe again.