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Sweet chapati

Good evening :)

The recipe which I’m going to write here now was told to me by Chaitra ma’am :) She is my “Software Engineering” and “Entrepreneurship and management” subject lecturer :) She had experimented with these ingredients and it came out well :) and then she passed it on to me :) I tried this and it came out very tasty :) It is a sweet chapati. PLEASE NOTE IT IS “NOT” A HOLIGE. It is a chapati but with a tiny twist :)
The recipe goes as follows.

Ingredients (For 8-9 sweet chapatis)

3-4 cups of wheat flour
Hot water (To knead the dough)
Jaggery (Lemon sized amount)
1 cup of coconut (Grated)
1-2 tsp sesame seeds (black or white, but black tastes better)
Salt to taste


First you need to melt the jaggery in about ½ cup of water.

Add coconut and sesame seeds to it and let the mixture come to a boil.

After it boils well, remove it from the flame and transfer the mixture to a vessel where you will be making the dough of chapati.

Add the flour to the mixture.

Make the dough of the following kind. You can add water (hot water) if the dough is very hard.

Then you need to make small round balls as shown below.

Roll it into chapatis with the help of a rolling pin as shown in the picture below.

Now fry the chapatis on a pan (Pan should be very hot and flame should be very high) Fry on both the sides.

Serve the chapatis with green chutney or a spicy curd dip.

To make the curd dip

Ingredients (For one bowl of dip)

1 cup of curd (Thick curd)
2-3 green chillies (Finely chopped)
coriander leaves (For garnishing)
1 tsp of chilly powder (Optional)


½ tsp oil
½ tsp of cumin
½ of mustard seeds
2-3 curry leaves (Finely chopped)


Take up the curd.

Add all the above mentioned ingredients except the seasoning ingredients to the curd.

Then add the seasoning ingredients, i.e in a small vessel add oil, mustard seeds, cumin seeds, chopped curry leaves and wait till the mustard seeds stop popping.

Then add this seasoning to the curd and mix well.

Serve with hot and sweet chapatis ;) ;) ;)

Try this :) Its a new recipe :)

Take care till I write :)

Happy cooking :)


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