Indian chapati breads finish their cooking directly over the flame. A holder is used in cooking, called Chimta in India
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The Chapati is a traditional Indian bread. It is a basic food in Indian cuisine. It is also known as Rotli, Roti or Fulk. Traditionally, we use wheat flour to prepare Chapatis but according to the seasons, they can also be made from millet or corn.
It is a flat, round bread, in which recipie we do not use yeast. The balls of dough are spread out like pancakes with a roller and a board called Chakla Belan. They are cooked on a plate or a sort of stove called Tawa in India (Hindi). We also use another utensil, a holder called Chimta to turn it at the end of its baking: the Chapati is put directly over the flame to make it swell.