Watch: Make Super-Soft Atta (Wheat Dough) In Just One Minute With This Genius Tip

There are times when the dough can go miserably wrong. But what if we tell you there is a way that could help you knead a super-soft dough in just a minute?!

Sushmita Sengupta  |  Updated: September 16, 2019 18:00 IST

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Watch: Make Super-Soft Atta (Wheat Dough) In Just One Minute With This Genius Tip

Enjoy hot rotis, puris, and parathas early in the morning without any hassle

Highlights
  • Roti is an intrinsic part of a quintessential Indian diet
  • Kneading flour for chapati is a tedious affair
  • This kitchen hack may help you make the ideal dough

Who does not like to tear into a piping hot roti and team it with decadent curries and sabzis? But whoever has made the roti would know that roti-making is no cakewalk. The flat-bread needs an ideal dough or atta, and making the dough could prove to be a time-consuming process, especially if you are a novice. There are times when the dough can go miserably wrong (read: runny or dry and sticky). But what if we tell you there is a way that could help you knead a super-soft  dough in just a minute?! Yes, you heard us. With this tip, you can enjoy hot rotis, puris, and parathas early in the morning without any hassle.

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The cooking hack was posted by Mumbai-based food blogger Alpa Modi on her YouTube channel 'Something's cooking with Alpa'. You would need some wheat flour, water, and a mixer grinder/blender. You can blend atta and water together until you get a soft and firm mixture. Take it out from the blender and knead the lumps together in a single dough. Now prepare whatever you want with this; chapati, paratha, puri, biscuits, dumpling, just about whatever you want. This fool-proof tip is sure to be a saviour.

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There is a way that could help you knead a super-soft  dough in just a minute

So what are you waiting for? Don your apron and get started! Let us know how you liked the tip in the comments section below.

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Bookmark this cooking tip that is sure to help save time in the kitchen and also make sure your chapatis are soft and fluffy every single time.

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