Chappatti Takeaway & Delivery Restaurants

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Consumer favourite Chappatti delivery restaurants

Shivalik Indian Cuisine

Asian
17:00 - 22:00
Min order
Frankston
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Babaji's Kitchen

Indian
12:00 - 20:30
Min order
Belgrave
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Chapatti Delivery from Local Restaurants
 
Chappatti means literally "flattened round bread". It's a popular delivery item in Australia and one of the most available forms of Indian bread. It's made using common wheat flour (usually whole grain) that's finely sifted, a pinch of salt and a sprinkle of water. The resulting dough is then made into small discs that are rolled paper thin. The secret to this bread is that it is quickly fried in a tava or flat skillet. Chappatti is commonly served with a generous spread of ghee or torn into strips to scoop up small portions of other food. They are a compliment to your main course--both tasty and utilitarian.
 
What Takeaway Chappatti Can I Order Online?
 
Takeaway chappatti may be found in Indian and Pakistani restaurants. A common bread historically in both countries, chappatti makes your takeaway tasty and simple. They're often found as a wrap for vegetables, meats or fruits and appear a most festivals and celebrations as an exciting treat, generously covered in sugar and spices.
 
Some regions such as Nepal and western India prepare the bread by only half cooking in the skillet then moving the rounds to an open flame. This process causes the flat rounds to inflate like small balloons; the hot air completely finishes the cooking from the inside. This variation is called a phulka (translated to mean "that which is inflated"). This version and chappatti in general will exceed all the expectations you may have had about unleavened bread.

Recent reviews

Babaji's Kitchen

Overall 7.7 |  Food 7  |  Value 6  |  Speed 10

got two curries and rice. the food was ok, the lamb curry was decent, but the lentil curry wasn't so much. bit dissappointed... Read more

Stefan - November 2017
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