The right flour and utensils are key to Indian breads

09/12/2007 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Rotis, or Indian breads, have gained much popularity in restaurants, and cooks can make them at home, too. The best flour for chapatis and puris breads is durum atta flour, which can be found at Indian groceries or eclectic supermarkets, and Indian rolling pins are needed because the dough won't budge with an American rolling pin.

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