Chappatis are a traditional Indian flat bread made out of whole wheat flour. Whole wheat flour is known as “Atta”. Atta is different than whole wheat flour commonly found in U.S. groceries. The protein content is higher and the grind of the flour is finer in “Atta”. This makes the chapatis softer, pliable and delicious tasting. If you get a chance to make chapatis with Atta from the Indian store, you have to try it. Regular whole wheat flour also works, I usually use whole wheat pastry flour to compensate. There’s nothing like fresh hot chappatis with a tiny bit of ghee added to it for flavor. You really don’t even need anything else!