Unlike traditional breads, Chapati or roti bread is simple to make as there’s no yeast, so no proving. It only requires five minutes of kneading, ten minutes of resting and cooks in minutes. It’s origins are from India and is also common in South East Asia. Your kitchen will smell of toasty hot bread, and if you’re like me you won’t resist eating at least one piece with a little melted butter. I used all purpose or plain flour, but traditionally whole wheat flour is used which makes it a little coarser.