Y’all know, I like to bake bread at home. In fact, I don’t buy white bread anymore, only wholemeal/wholegrain. But I’ve been wanting to start making that at home as well. It can’t be that much harder, right?
I know someone that eats chapati with her meals everyday, wow! If you’re thinking it can get boring and take the excitement out of enjoying the occasional chapati, then you are wrong. Chapatis are very versatile, here’s a couple of ways to enjoy them.
When I used to think about making bread, I was completely discouraged by the amount of kneading that I would have to do. It just seemed like I would be setting myself up for a workout session I didn’t want! Well, I found the solution — Artisan bread! The no knead bread, check it out…
Will take some time to get used to all that rolling. Dinner was a bit late but I was happy with the progress, I’m glad I finally took on the challenge of learning how to make the chapos. Now I just need to get better, which is simply a matter of time, practice and patience.