The Baker’s Pack is your opportunity to try out a selection of traditional North Indian flatbreads.
The pack contains the exact amount of required flour and any spices to make the following Indian flatbreads, enabling you to try out each type.
NO more buying large bags of ingredients to try out new bread recipes.
Packed and prepared for you and comes with our step-by-step email instruction methods and/or pictorial instructions.
A mixed pack of 3 authentic Indian flat breads mixes for you to try out at your leisure, guided by our email method instruction.
These have been written to enable you to reproduce these traditional North Indian breads, just the way we make them at home.
Our Indian breads are eaten as accompaniments to various dishes.
Roti (chapatti), is the daily bread of the North Indian Indian household and is made from wholewheat flour. It accompanies all types of dhal and sabjhi (vegetable curries). Roti is actually quite difficult to make, despite the simplicity of being made simply from wheat and flour. The dough is quite sticky and can be a challenge and each stage can be tricky to perfect, however, roti is the basis of the other Indian flatbreads of Puri and Paratha, and therefore worth persevering to master.
Naan bread is traditionally eaten with Tandoori chicken and is not eaten daily. It is a heavier, more luxurious bread, and once the basic naan has been perfected, then there are many varieties of stuffed naan.
Click here to see how your naan will puff under the grill using our Naan Bread mix…
Maki di Roti, (Corn chapatti)
Makki di roti is the corn chapatti that is rarely seen outside the traditional Punjabi home.
This is traditionally eaten with Saag, the dish of spinach, mustard leaves and fenugreek and this combination is the hearty fare of Punjabi farmers.
When you have completed checkout, your email method instructions will come through, ready for you to follow on your ipad or iphone device, or to print off.