A Chapati is a traditional Indian cuisine. They are the most commonly eaten Indian bread. It is made from a dough made of Atta, water and salt by rolling the dough out into discs and browning the discs on both sides on a very hot, dry tava or frying pan. If the chapati is held for about half a second directly into an open flame, causing it to puff up with steam like a balloon, it becomes the Gujrathi and Punjabi phulka. The finished chapathis are often brushed with ghee. We can make a number of chapathi varieties. Variations can be made by replacing part of the wheat flour with pearl millet (bajra) or maize (makka) or (jowar) flour.