Chapati Atta is the flour used to make most South Asian flatbread milled from the semi-hard whole durum wheat, The high bran content of wholemeal atta makes it a fiber-rich food, and high content of gluten gives elasticity to dough, enable to rolled out very thin chapati or roti.
Stone-grinding the wheat, and makes soft delicious Indian bread. Chapati Atta is used to make soft & delicious most South Asian flatbread, such as chapati, roti, paratha, and puri breads.
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I have tried making various flatbreads with what is usually recommended as a substitute for chapati flour: a half-and-half mix of whole wheat flour and all-purpose white flour. Then I ordered this chapati flour and the difference is remarkable. No more tough flatbreads. Having the proper ingredients matters!