I really loved the vibrant colour and the taste!
I wanted to innovate something new,and was
peeking into the fridge for ideas.
You know when you run out of ideas,you seem
fused and confused.I think all you homemakers
out there would have had the same experience.
The query in my thought was put before my
kids..( As meat lockdown) ,and the answer was
‘ chappathi’.Thought to make stuffed chappathi,
but in the spur of the moment I decided to
grind the capsicum and make the dough .After
making the dough , I wanted some contrast and
snipped a few leeks in .
The taste was excellent and I think only a
raita ,or a cheese dip will be amazing to serve
So let’s get into the recipe
3-4 cups wheat flour
2-3 red capsicums ground to a paste
2 -3 tbsp oil
Salt to taste
I always add flour to the water , not water to
the flour ( take care not to add more water ).
This method gives soft chappathis instantly.
Add salt,ground paste,oil to the water ,and mix
in the flour gradually and make a soft dough.
Add leeks/spring onions if you prefer .
Divide into portions and roll out chappathis.
Heat a griddle and cook on both sides.
Smear ghee/butter if you prefer.