- Frozen layers of flat bread made from wholewheat flour
- Pan cook & ready to eat in minutes
- Perfect accompaniment to any Indian dish
Fine Wheat flour, Wholemeal Flour (Wheat), Water, Margarine, Stabiliser E322, Salt, Sugar.
- Energy: 1172kJ, 279kcal
- Fat: 11.3g
- Of which Saturates: 7.7g
- Carbohydrates: 29.1g
- Of which Sugars: 1.7g
- Fibre: 12.5g
- Protein: 8.9g
- Salt: 0.74g
For allergens, see ingredients above in bold.
What is a Chapatti
Chappati is a flatbread that originates from the Indian subcontinent and is a staple accompaniment to most curried dishes. Also known as “Roti” traditionally these are rolled out and cooked on a tava (skillet). Chapattis are soft and puff up when cooked.
How long does it take to make them?
Well, traditionally making these from scratch would take a while to make as the process involves making the dough, letting it rest for a while and then rolling and cooking each one. But we’ve taken the hard work out and these take 2-3 mins to cook in a non-stick pan. Add butter if required.
They are not really chapatti / rotli but more like the theplas!!
Oily rather than the expected dryness of roasted flatbread / chapatti.
I wish I had kept the receipt and ask Asda for a full refund as this is not fit to be a chapatti / rotli.
However, their wholemeal parathas get full marks.
So if you want a thinner “paratha” then try this chapatti 😉😉
Was pleasantly surprised with the wholemeal parathas so decided to try these chapatti
They are so delicious and so healthy compared to parathas. Our local Asda in colindale used to run out of them as soon as they are stocked, but for the last whole month none have been made available. There are other brands but they are just not the same in taste and these others are too oily. Not sure why Asda took them off their frozen shelves.