|Roti made from dough kneaded with Dahi yogurt freezes better than the Roti made from dough kneaded with water
You need wax paper, aluminum foil, and sealable freezer plastic bags.
- Let the Chapati cool to room temperature
- Make a stack of six Chapati. place a wax paper as a separator in-between adjoining Chapati. This will
prevent Chapati from sticking to each other
- Wrap each stack in Aluminum foil. This prevents drying out and freezer burns
- Put foil stack in a freezer bag. Let the air out and seal the bag
- Freeze the Chapati bags
Frozen Roti is good for about three months.
Thaw the stack of Roti in the refrigerator, and reheat on the griddle.