The best chapati / Authentic recipe from a gipsy village, Rajasthan desert / Indian flat bread, roti

The best chapati / Authentic recipe from a gipsy village, Rajasthan desert / Indian flat bread, roti

July 26, 2019 100 By William Morgan


hi this is beau underwrote and authentic world food I’m in Rajasthan in India today’s filming was very special the best so far I would say firstly I got into a gypsy village in a desert which was really something and secondly I tried and film the best chapati I’ve ever had and there are so many interesting things happening around I wish I had at least 10 cameras to capture them all now let’s have a look into this house made of grass and branches to see how to make the most essential Indian flatbread made by this beautifully decorated lady for chapati Union just the very basic ingredients wholemeal flour water and salt in case you are wondering what the point of making 5 minutes long video about it it’s simple as usual the details make the difference as proper processing of the dough is one of the most essential things for the success she processes it with her hands only and it takes pretty long to reach the very smooth dough she uses this metal tray the dough is smooth and doesn’t stick to the surface and other secrets which give to the chapati is their unchangeable flavor our open fire and this clay femme she just cleaned it a bit the rest is disinfected by the fire in traditional restaurants in the north of India they use tandoori which is a clay oven then she creates a roll of the dough prepares a wooden board powdered with the same flour which was used for the dough and hits the pan then she separates piece of the Dell for 1 chapati and processing continues she slowly shaping the ball into a small thick pancake the Dell is powdered with a flour as well only then she uses a wooden roller to make the roti really thin look how smooth it is then she lays it on the pan without any oil and roast from both sides as the branches burn very fast they use came up oops sometimes which lasts in the fire very long time meanwhile Ram started to play a Ravan half traditional gypsy instrument and the neighbors arrived – it was the reason the lady pulled down her veil which he does always when anybody except her family enters the house it’s important to check the chapati very often as it takes around one and a half minutes from its site only to be done if some part is done less than the other she just moves it more to the center of the fire she presses it whenever the chapati inflates using another chapati to protect her hands from getting burned the last secret is a butter they melt it a bit on the fire and then pour on chapati and spread using two of them cheap a tea is the essential side dish in India we are having it with delicious go be massaged the video recipe is coming soon to wash all the butter from the dishes they use ash from the fire and sand from the desert and believe it or not it works for the recipe and buying ingredients check links under the video for more stuff about what aunty cooking check authentic world food come outside and follow me on Facebook