How To Make Delicious Chapati

Chapati is an Indian bread.

It is a healthy food because we use atta flour to make the chapati.

My mother add some butter and salt to the flour so the chapati tastes delicious even on its own.

I love to eat chapati.

We can eat chapati for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

To make chapati, we need:

  • A big bowl of atta flour

Atta flour

How to make Chapati:

  • First we mix the flour and butter (it is okay if you do not want to use butter 🙂

Add a little bit of butter to the atta flour.

  • Add plain water to the flour to make a nice dough.

Then mix it :mrgreen:
  • Knead the dough to make it smooth.

  • Cover the dough and leave it for 30 minutes.

  • Divide the dough into small balls.

Divide the dough into small balls.
  • Roll the ball into thin bread.

Roll the dough 🙄
  • Cook them on a chapati pan.

Cook the dough into a capati 🙂
Now you are done 😆

Chapati is tastier when they are hot 🙂

Try it with dhal, chicken and vegetable curry and cucumber and yoghurt salad.

We can also eat chapati with the tasty ful medames.

I love delicious, healthy food.

(Please click here for a recipe of the delicious and nutritious ful medames).

Good Fats and Bad Fats

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My mother taught me about good fats and bad fats.

Good fats are Omega-6 and Omega-3 fats.

Bad fats are saturated fats.

The really bad fat is trans fat.

Trans fat is processed fat made by human.

Fish, seeds, nuts and olive oil  have lots of good fats.

Some chips, some margarine, some cookies, some fast food, some cakes and some junk food have lots of bad fats.

Do not eat too much bad fats even if they are very tasty.

Eat good fats.

My mother taught me to read the food labels and to choose food that says ‘no trans fat’.

Anyway junk food are bad but very tasty 🙂

Junk Food
Junk Food