- The daily bread of India
- An unleavened pancakelike bread usually made from a simple mixture of whole-wheat atta flour and water. The dough is rolled into thin rounds and baked on a griddle for one minute.
- Store-bought chapati should be reheated and wrapped in a towel to keep warm while eating.
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