• Recent advances in the technology of chapatti: an Indian traditional unleavened flatbread

    3 days ago - By Springer

    Abstract
    Chapatti is a flattened circular flatbread also known as roti, poli, safari, and phulka, usually baked on a hot iron griddle. It is a staple diet of India and hence the quality of chapatti plays a major role in its acceptance. The overall quality of chapatti is dependent on various attributes such as pliability, handfeel, chapatti eating quality, and taste. These attributes are influenced by numerous factors, including wheat genotypes, wheat varieties, the molecular weight distribution of proteins, and processing techniques. This staple food has been extensively studied for...
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