chapati flour

chapati flour

Finely ground wholewheat flour, usually made from wheat that is low in gluten. Used to make many kinds of Indian breads.
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Tesco said demand for chapati flour, oil and dates had risen by 70%, while Sainsbury's said sales of rice had doubled.
Dhillions Organic Chapati Flour worker Jag Dhillion, who was travelling from London to Birmingham, said he moved half-a-mile in seven hours.
Everything from tinned tomatoes, vegetarian mains and cereal to chapati flour, pates and chocolate is stored alongside toiletries, bedding and warm clothing.
According to The Daily Times, the couple planned to build a DIY bomb using chapati flour, hairdressing chemicals and a set of Christmas tree lights to launch a terror attack.
We have a lot of ingredients like large bags of rice, large containers of cooking oil and chapati flour.
They were made from hydrogen peroxide and chapati flour, laced with nuts, bolts and screws and contained inside Oasis and Lucozade bottles.
They tried to detonate the chapati flour rucksack bombs at or near Shepherd's Bush, Warren Street and Oval Tube stations and on a bus in Shoreditch.
The jury was shown pictures of the hob, allegedly heavily corroded after hydrogen peroxide had been boiled on it on it for hours to make it stronger before mixing it with chapati flour to make explosives.
People of Asian origin couldn't get chapati flour here - they had to use normal flour,' said Jas.
Back in 1997, he was the victim of a bizarre accident when he was airlifted off Nanga Parbat in Pakistan after chapati flour made him sneeze and slip a disc.
The terrorists, all refugees from East Africa, tried to blow up three Tube trains and a bus with bombs made from hydrogen peroxide hair bleach and chapati flour.
The peroxide was said to have been mixed with chapati flour to make explosives.