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Our delicious Atta makes us wish it could be used beyond its traditional use of making chapatti, parathas and puris. And that’s just it… it can!

Elephant Atta truly is an all-purpose flour and to demonstrate this, we’ve come up with four exciting new recipes. Whilst maintaining the sense of traditionalism and healthy eating that Elephant Atta stands for, these recipes offer a refreshingly modern twist.

We know that it can be difficult to find recipes that the entire family will love and are sure that these will do the trick. So go ahead and experience the delights of spicy guacamole kidney bean Chapatti Fajitas, go crazy with the kids and Chapizza or keep it semi traditional with Cauliflower Kofta Curry. Whatever you choose, enjoy it with Elephant Atta.

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Total Preparation time: 30 minutes
Total Cooking time: 15 minutes

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Total Preparation time: 20 minutes
Total Cooking time: 15 minutes

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Total Preparation time: 40 minutes
Total Cooking time: 20 minutes

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Total Preparation time: 45 minutes
Total Cooking time: 30 minutes

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Total Preparation time: 35 minutes
Total Cooking time: 30 minutes

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Total Preparation time: 30 minutes
Total Cooking time: 5 minutes

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Total Preparation time: 25 minutes
Total Cooking time: 3 minutes

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Total Preparation time: 30 minutes
Total Cooking time: 20 minutes

Bread Recipes

Bread is key to the South Asian lifestyle and diet and we are delighted to be at the centre of this tradition. Our Atta flour is all-purpose and so can be used to make all sorts of flatbreads, not just chapatti. The recipes below promise to be not only healthy but also delicious. Whether you choose to use wholemeal or white atta for chapatti, self-raising flour for naan or Chakki atta for those special occasions, be sure to enjoy it with Elephant Atta.

Vegetarian Recipes

A vegetarian diet can be very healthy but can easily become unhealthy. We have suggested some recipes that use olive oil or rapeseed oil, which contain monounsaturated fat. All of which can be enjoyed with any of the Elephant Atta bread recipes. Here are some tips on making sure the recipes stay healthy:

  • Use only fresh oil for cooking. Do not reuse oil as it changes in composition and becomes similar to saturated fat
  • Do not overcook vegetables. When they are lightly cooked they retain their colour, minerals, vitamins and generally taste better

Meat Recipes

Meat and poultry are an essential part of a diet as they provide protein and are an excellent source of iron. However, like most things, they should be enjoyed in moderation. We have developed five traditionally South Asian recipes that use either chicken or lamb and that would work wonderfully alongside any of our bread recipes.

* Keep the recipes healthy by using lean cuts of meat and removing visible fat before cooking. *