Methi thepla or simply thepla, a type of chapati (unleavened Indian flat bread), is a classic staple of Gujarati (Western India) cuisine. Thepla is typically made with flour, oil, water, salt, yogurt, large amount of fresh herbs, such as methi (fenugreek leaves), sometimes coriander leaves and a blend of spices including chili, turmeric and cumin powder. After the dough is formed and rested, it then divided into little equal sized balls, and then rolled out flat into round flat breads, finally cooked on a hot griddle or pan. Thepla is fragrant and has a longer shelf-life due to the large amount of spices used in the recipes, it often served with pickles, chutney and curries.
JAS-APCM-601 Auto pressing type Thepla Making Machines are ideal for making thepla, chapati as well as numerous other types of flatbreads. The machines are designed to work with dough of various different consistency, viscosity and texture the dough into individual portions weighing from 15 gram per pc up to 200 gram per pc, with the capacity from 1,000 pcs/hr.
Thepla Making Machine required following machine
- Dough Kneader
- Dough Ball Making Machine
- Thepla Making Machine
- Hot Plate
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