A typical Ugandan breakfast consists
of whole wheat flatbread called chapati,
the recipe for which is below, and a mug
of boiled, whole milk, often fresh from
the cow. The chapati are large and round
and usually one chapat can satisfy
someone. The diner folds the chapat and
cuts it with a knife and fork into small
before eating it.
Recipe for Chapati
2 kilos of wheat flour
2 mugs full of water
Add salt to water, then add flour and
mix. Knead until smooth, then roll with a
rolling pin until thin. Cook in sunflower
oil until slightly brown.