The number of chapatis (Indian flatbreads) that can be made from 1 kg of atta (wheat flour) can vary based on factors such as the size and thickness of the chapatis, the amount of flour used per chapati, and personal preferences. However, as a rough guideline, here’s an estimate:
On average, you can make around 15 to 20 medium-sized chapatis from 1 kg of atta. This assumes that each chapati is made using approximately 50 to 70 grams of flour.
Please note that chapati sizes can vary, and some people prefer thinner or smaller chapatis, while others might make them thicker and larger. Additionally, factors like the amount of flour dusted during rolling and the thickness of each chapati can affect the final count.
If you’re looking for a more precise estimate, you can start by dividing the total weight of the atta (1 kg) by the weight of each chapati you plan to make. This will give you an approximate number of chapatis you can expect to make from that amount of flour.