2011-06-15

Chapatis for supper

My princesses have developed new liking on variety of food as their supper. In one evening, they  requested me to buy them chapatis with curry dhal.  
They proudly announced to me that they could eat spicy curry now. But for me, curry dhal is not spicy at all.
By the way, chapatis are more healthy and nutritious, if compare to 'roti canai'. Chapatis are made with whole wheat,  a rich source of dietary fiber. Besides, chapatis contain less oil and less fat than "roti canai' .

12 comments:

  1. chapatis quite easy to make, use Atta flour add water and fry....

    Love them with fish curry!

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  2. Hmm...chapati..I like it too and so do Toseh! Yup, is more healthy than roti canai.

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  3. It was a relief to see our kids taking up more variety of food, congratz!^^

    @Pete, thx for the tips! LOL!

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  4. yup chapati is definately more healthy.I usually take with curry chicken or mutton.

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  5. hey Yan, u made them yourself? so clever..normally my girl asked for roti canai or roti telur.. but oily though..

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  6. I feel like eating chapati now! Yum yum...

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  7. Mmmm...yummy. i feel like having one now :D

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  8. Chapati is Chloe's FAVOURITE! She ditched the roti canai long ago, since the day she discovered chapati hehe. Your girls are so lucky as they get to have so much variety for supper. Chloe drinks milk only...

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  9. Is always good to let our children to try out variaties of food.

    Your princesses seems to be enjoying the chapatis very much.

    Despite dhal (to us) is not hot but to kids, it is and it will be a good start to train them taking spicy food.

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  10. o..I never know that chapati is healthier, should opt for chapati next time.

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  11. Wah...so sedap. I want some chapati right now.

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  12. Never tasted chapatti. Must go and try one of the day. Good that your girls start taking spicy food. My boy refuse to even taste a bit.

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