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On 11/7/2016 at 10:59 AM, Tweaked said:

I've made chapati at home and they are fairly easy to make, even got them to puff up. It's just time consuming, at best you're making one or two at a time.  If you are making a large batch, you'll probably need to devote an hour of hands on time just for bread making (mixing the dough, rolling them out, cooking them off).  

If you have plenty of time, go for it. If time is short, probably best just to buy some. 

I'm going to assume you're not as quick as these guys!

What is the difference between Chapati and Roti?

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2 minutes ago, DonRocks said:

What is the difference between Chapati and Roti?

From my understanding a Chapati is always made from Atta flour (a whole wheat flour), while Roti may incorporate other types of flours.

There are also some regional variations, for example in south India a chapati might be lightly fried. 

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