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Most people think that adding warm water to the ingredients will enable the Chapatis to be more softer. However, it is just simple and easy to make your Chapatis soft if you embrace this procedures. The aim of this article is to equip you with skills of making soft Chapatis. Follow keenly the following procedures.
Three cups of baking flour.
Half cup of water not necessarily that it should be warm.
Table spoon of salt.
Table spoon of sugar.
Use also any vegetable cooking oil.
Add three cups of baking flour in a bowl. Into a separate bowl, add salt, sugar and two tables spoon of oil and water. Make sure you stir the salt and sugar in order to dissolve. Then add the liquid mixture with flour in one bowl and mix well. Keep kneading for about 10 minutes and add four if you needed until the dough becomes non sticky. Add 2 to 3 table spoon of oil and continue kneading until the oil mixes well and the dough is soft. Cover the dough and leave it for 40 minutes. After 40 minutes, divide the dough into 10 to 15 equal parts making ball like shapes. Arrange them in a flat surface dusted with flour.
Make sure you cover with a damp tablecloth to avoid drying. Dust flour in the flat surface and take one of the balls and start rolling with the rolling pin to form a circular shape.
Brush oil on top and roll it inwards to form a shape like a rope. Then create a coil like shape and press the ball downwards with your palm to make it flat. Repeat this process to the rest of the remaining balls of the dough. Next start rolling each of the coil like shape doughs with the rolling pin to form a circular shape again. In a hot pan place a rolled out circular shape chapati and fry each side with little oil until it becomes golden brown on a medium heat. Place your cooked chapati on a flat plate and cover with aluminium foil. Repeat this step with the rest of coil like dough. Serve with your favourite stew when warm.
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