Is chapati North Indian or South Indian?

Is Chapathi North Indian or South Indian?

Being a South Indian, my staple food in childhood was predominantly rice-based: Just cooked rice (with sambar, rasam, curd etc.) and others like Idli, Dosai etc. which have rice as a primary ingredient.

Do South Indians eat naan?

Grains: Northern India grows a lot of wheat, so bread such as naan and roti are common here, while rice and lentils dominate in Southern Indian food. Meat: In general, all of the chicken and lamb dishes you see in restaurants originate from Northern India.

Is chapati rich in carbohydrates?

CHAPATI IS NOT JUST CARBS: This is not saying that it is not rich in this macro-nutrient but also contains protein and fiber, two nutrients that you must consume in order to lose weight. If we talk about one 6-inch chapati, it contains somewhere around 15 grams of carbs, 3 grams of protein and 0.4 grams of fiber.

What is roti called in English?

In regular terms Roti is called Indian Flat Bread or Tortilla in English. Roti or Indian Flat bread is made of Wheat flour/flour non fermented. Sometimes also known as Chappati. Tortillas are similar to Roti/Chappati but are made from corn flour.

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