Hassle-Free Chapati Preparation: Tips for Rolling, Storing, and Reheating

Rolling chapatis can be a tedious task, especially during busy mornings. For those seeking a convenient method to store chapatis for a few days, here are some easy steps to ensure soft and fresh chapatis ready to enjoy anytime:

Step 1: Preparing the Dough Start by adding salt to the flour before mixing it with lukewarm water. Enhance the taste and texture by incorporating a teaspoon of oil into the dough. Cover the dough with a clean cloth and let it rest for some time.

Step 2: Rolling Divide the dough into small balls and roll them into round chapatis on a floured surface.

Step 3: Cooking Chapatis Cook the rolled chapatis on a hot skillet, applying some oil or ghee on both sides until they are evenly cooked.

Step 4: Storing Once cooked, store the chapatis in an air-tight container or a zip-lock bag and refrigerate them. To prevent sticking, briefly sun-dry the chapatis or place a sheet of paper or cloth between them. Stored this way, chapatis can remain fresh for up to 3-4 days.

Step 5: Reheating Before serving, let the chapatis come to room temperature for at least ten minutes. Reheat them on a hot tawa or in a microwave oven, brushing some oil or ghee to maintain their softness.

With these simple steps, you can streamline your chapati preparation process and enjoy freshly made chapatis without the hassle of rolling them every day.

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