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Chakki atta

Nlwilson03's picture
Nlwilson03

Chakki atta

so I took UBER home from the grocery store and my son unloaded the truck. He accidentally bright in a bag that did not belong to us. It was a BIG bag of something called Chakki Atta. I waited days for the driver to come back but he never did. The bag was huge must of cost over 100 bcks. Anyway it said whole wheat So I assumed this was flour. I decided that I should make use of it. I decided to make pancakes but it tasted awful. So I was hoping I could get some recipes for this unusual flour. I have 3 kids and would love to make some creative dishes or bread or whatever and put this Chakki Atta to use!! 

Any ideas?

KathyF's picture
KathyF

You might find this thread helpful: http://www.thefreshloaf.com/node/18508/atta-flour

clazar123's picture
clazar123

It is, essentially, whole wheat flour but if it was stored in a hot car, it may have gone rancid. WW has all the oils in it nd oil tastes really bad when it goes rancid.