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When I took a six week evening cooking class featuring Indian cuisine at a local vocational high school, one of the instructors taught us to make Indian flatbreads called ‘chappatti’.  She used a small roller similar to those shown above.

Naturally I figured my chappatti would taste much better if I rolled them with a proper roller so I made one.  At 12″ long, they are good for rolling any small lump of dough.

The French rollers (top) make a nice counterpoint.

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