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Wholemeal Chia Wraps / Roti


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Ingredients

16 portion(s)

  • 500 grams Atta Flour
  • 240 grams water
  • 1 pinch salt
  • 60 grams EVOO (or any neutral/flavourless oil of choice)
  • 1-2 tablespoons white chia seeds
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Place all the ingredients into TM mixing bowl. Combine 6 seconds/Speed 6.

     

    Knead for 90 seconds/Closed lid/Dough mode

     

    Remove from bowl, place onto Thermomat (no need to flour or oil Thermomat). May look a little crumbly, this is ok. Squeeze together and roll out into long roll. Divide into 16 portions and form into balls.

     

    Roll out each ball into circular wraps.

     

    "Dry Fry" in non-stick frypan (ie no oil). Flip over and ensure both sides are evenly cooked. Use the back of an eggflip to press down any bubbles that appear.

     

    Sherrie McBain

    Independent Consultant

    0405 788 618

    Thermosherrie //www.facebook.com/Thermosherrie

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Tip

Cooked wraps freeze really well! No need to seperate each one. Leave out for a few minutes before eating or reheat as required.

Can be eaten hot or cold.

Fantastic warm with currries!

Perfect for taco's (instead of taco shells). Great for school/work lunches with cold meats and salad. Use what ever fillings you like!

 


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  • Sorry to hear they didnt work

    Submitted by Thermosherrie on 3. February 2015 - 15:01.

    Sorry to hear they didnt work for you. If you use proper ATTA flour they should not crack. You can make bigger sized wraps if you like tmrc_emoticons.;-) I find my family likes the size it makes when I divide into 16, however you can just divide into less. I divide the dough into half, then those peices into half, and those into half etc. They are such a hit with my family, hope you give them another go tmrc_emoticons.-)

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  • Mine also cracked. Followed

    Submitted by Laraco on 3. February 2015 - 12:07.

    Mine also cracked. Followed recipie all the way. Also struggled to get the 16 in decent sized wraps. Still looking for a soft wrap recipie. Any heads up? 

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  • renred wrote: just made them

    Submitted by Thermosherrie on 20. August 2014 - 17:42.

    renred

    just made them & tasted good but were too brittle for wraps - cracked when we tried to roll. any tips pn what i may have done wrong? thanks

     

    Hi renred, immediately after cooking I always cover my plate of wraps with cling film or a clean tea towel. I have never experienced cracking, this may be why? I can't stand it when wraps crack!  tmrc_emoticons.;-)

    EDIT: It could have been the flour. I always use ATTA flour rather than normal wholemeal..have updated the recipe. Hope you try again and enjoy this time! xx

     

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  • Haha..same in my household! I

    Submitted by Thermosherrie on 8. August 2014 - 14:02.

    Haha..same in my household! I always do a double batch and freeze some tmrc_emoticons.;-). Thanks for the lovely feedback xx

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  • Very nice, except i just got

    Submitted by Princess on 4. August 2014 - 17:50.

    Very nice, except i just got to do it without the kids around, no sooner are they cooked the kids are trying to get into them !! tmrc_emoticons.;)

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  • Using 'Atta Flour' makes the

    Submitted by Thermosherrie on 30. July 2014 - 15:35.

    Using 'Atta Flour' makes the biggest difference. I've amended the recipe and removed 'Wholemeal Flour'. It can still be used, however the wraps arent as soft! Atta flour is a much finer flour and can be found in most supermarkets.  tmrc_emoticons.;)

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  • just made them & tasted good

    Submitted by renred on 19. April 2014 - 14:37.

    just made them & tasted good but were too brittle for wraps - cracked when we tried to roll. any tips pn what i may have done wrong? thanks

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  • Kyles80 wrote: Thank you for

    Submitted by Thermosherrie on 14. April 2014 - 22:43.

    Kyles80

    Thank you for sharing.. They were fantastic. Had friends over for a Mexican dinner and they loved them. Didn't fall apart and tasted amazing. Will definitely make again. No more store bought. 

    Thanks for the feedback, so happy you liked them. We love them for Mexican too, they are so versatile! tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Thank you for sharing.. They

    Submitted by Kyles80 on 14. April 2014 - 07:55.

    Thank you for sharing.. They were fantastic. Had friends over for a Mexican dinner and they loved them. Didn't fall apart and tasted amazing. Will definitely make again. No more store bought. 

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  • So eazy, look and taste

    Submitted by vonne on 8. April 2014 - 19:10.

    So eazy, look and taste great, in the freezer. Thanks Sherie tmrc_emoticons.-)

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  • So eazy, look and tasre

    Submitted by vonne on 8. April 2014 - 19:09.

    So eazy, look and tasre great, in the freezer. Thanks Sherie tmrc_emoticons.-)

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  • Awesome! Thanks for the stars

    Submitted by Thermosherrie on 7. April 2014 - 12:37.

    Awesome! Thanks for the stars Jess_ums Love I only have a problem with them tearing if I make them too thin, so i always make them medium sized tmrc_emoticons.;)

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  • Thanks for the feedback

    Submitted by Thermosherrie on 7. April 2014 - 12:30.

    Thanks for the feedback vonne  Love I'm thrilled to hear others enjoy it and so happy to have the chance to share it! tmrc_emoticons.D

     

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  • Tasty and the best shaped

    Submitted by Jess_ums on 7. April 2014 - 12:27.

    Tasty and the best shaped wraps I have made.  Will only use 1 tsp of chia next time as I found they tore the dough once rolled out and transferring to pan.

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  • I'm sure either plain or self

    Submitted by Thermosherrie on 7. April 2014 - 12:25.

    I'm sure either plain or self raising flour would work as it doesn't need to rise (they are flat breads). Atta flour is a great flour to use and it's available in most supermarkets these days tmrc_emoticons.-)

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  • what do you buy when it says

    Submitted by jonasson4 on 6. April 2014 - 15:04.

    what do you buy when it says wholemeal bread flour? Is it plain or s.r? Thanks

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  • Thanks Sherrie. I'll give it

    Submitted by MONNIEMON on 6. April 2014 - 13:10.

    Thanks Sherrie. I'll give it a go. 

     

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  • Thanks Monniemon. I havent

    Submitted by Thermosherrie on 6. April 2014 - 12:42.

    Thanks Monniemon. tmrc_emoticons.) I havent experimented much with gluten free cooking unfortunately! I can only suggest doing half a batch with your preferred flour and see how that goes? That way if it doesnt work, it will only be minimal waste? I don't see why it wouldnt work though. I'd love to hear how it goes? tmrc_emoticons.-) Sherrie

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  • Looks great but can you use

    Submitted by MONNIEMON on 6. April 2014 - 10:35.

    Looks great but can you use gluten free plain flour instead? 

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