A flatbread that is a traditional food of India. Round, very thin and soft to crispy in texture, Khakhara is a bread that is most often rolled up and used in a manner similar to a utensil to dip or absorb other foods, combining the bread with the beans, curried foods or foods such as Thali. Typically, the flatbread is made with flour, water and seasonings if desired that is mixed into a dough. A rolling pin that is thicker on the each end than in the middle is used to create a flat, thin-centered bread that is thicker on the edges. Khakhara, which may also be referred to as Rotli or Chapati, can then be baked or fried to create a texture most desired for the food being prepared.
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