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Homemade Wheat Flour | Chapati Flour

Wheat Flour is a quite essential flour for making many Indian flatbreads like Chapathi, Phulka, Roti, Kulcha, Naan and also for making whole wheat bread varieties. How to make Wheat Flour is explained in this post with step by step pictures and video.
Prep Time20 mins
Sun Dry TIme2 d
Servings20 kgs
AuthorSharmilee J

Ingredients

  • 3 kgs Punjab wheat
  • 2 kgs samba wheat

Instructions

  • I always use a combination of punjab wheat and sambar wheat while grinding as it gives soft chapathi / phulka. The ratio I am using is 3 kgs punjab wheat with 2 kgs samba wheat.
  • Left side yellow bowl : Samba Wheat - Right Side Purple Bowl : Punjab Wheat
  • Just showing the sample fo both for easy identification.
  • Now mix 3 kgs punjab wheat with 2 kgs samba wheat. Remove any speck or dirt and check if any and remove it. Rinse it well.
  • Sun dry for a day or 2 until completely dry and crisp.
  • It took 1 complete day for me to dry. Now all ready to go for grinding in mill.
  • While giving for grinding make sure to tell them the flour needs to be very fine.
  • After grinding open and keep for sometime as it will be very hot. If closed and kept moisture may develop due to the heat and will wet the flour.
  • My flour is very fine so I did not sieve it. If it is coarse then you may need to sieve it once before storing.
  • Store in a clean dry airtight container to be stored in kitchen. I usually keep in a jar for regular use and store the bulk in the big thooku itself (the steel container shown).
  • Homemade Wheat Flour | Atta | Chapati Flour is ready!

Video

Notes

  • Sieving is optional. But if your flour is coarse then sieve once atleast and store.
  • You can even use just punjab wheat.But when samba is added it gives more softer phulka/chapati.
  • You can get whole wheat in any supermarket, its easily available.
  • This measure had been passed on to me from amma and I am following it for the past 8 years.
Nutrition Facts
Homemade Wheat Flour | Chapati Flour
Amount Per Serving (250 g)
Calories 900 Calories from Fat 216
% Daily Value*
Fat 24g37%
Saturated Fat 4g25%
Polyunsaturated Fat 15g
Monounsaturated Fat 3g
Sodium 30mg1%
Potassium 2230mg64%
Carbohydrates 130g43%
Fiber 33g138%
Protein 58g116%
Calcium 98mg10%
Iron 16mg89%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
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