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  • n. Plural form of chapati.


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  • You can serve it with some pulao, or just plain chapatis.

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  • The rice was fresh, light and fluffy and the chapatis were a pleasant change from my usual burntto-a-crisp paratha.

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  • But Hazare's asceticism – he eats yoghurt for breakfast, chapatis and a single portion of vegetables for lunch and has just a glass of lemon juice for dinner – has a deep resonance in a time when unbridled materialism is the dominant social ethic.

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  • We eat in Suprabhatham, dosas and chapatis are slammed unceremoniously down on the table and we use our right-hand fingers instead of cutlery.

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  • All my brothers and sisters would fight for two chapatis, but Mum always made sure every one got their equal share.

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  • Colin StaplehurstIngredientsLeftover chapatis or rotis or ready-made ones if you likeA little olive oil or butterHeat oil in a frying pan, fry the chapati on both sides till it's crispy and delicious.

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  • Every weekend I make fried chapatis and say thanks to Mum and Dad.

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  • The challenge in Khakara making is the patient rolling out of thin chapatis and then roasting them almost meditatively to a perfect golden crispness.

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  • "So I wasn't the typical Asian girl who was taught to make round chapatis in the kitchen – in fact, I can't make round chapatis to this day."

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  • The rice was burned to the base of the pan, I'd had to skip the chapatis altogether (not juh-patties, Jamie), the pickle tasted like bath cleaner and the salad was reminiscent of something I'd once thrown up after a wedding buffet in 1978.

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