The Charou Bread specialises in the large scale production and supply of freshly cooked Indian Flat- Breads. The different types of Indian Flat breads are vast, however we focus on the following breads;
We produce fresh, daily and our products can be found in the Deli Section of your local retail store. Our products can also be stored frozen if so desired.
This brand is currently being rolled out to local retailers in Gauteng with an aim to distribute countrywide.
The Charou Bread Roti “Roll it Your Way” is currently being expanded into a fresh food catering concept…. Coming Soon
White & Brown Roti
Roti is an unleavened soft flatbread that is so delicious! It is also known as Chapati amongst traditional Indian communities. It is really good by itself, but it is amazing when served with a saucy Indian dish, like Butter Chicken, Mince Curry or a saucy Chicken Tikka Masala. Roti is perfect for sopping up extra gravy.
Our extremely soft Roti’s are Vegan with no dairy products used in its production, made with only a premium quality wholewheat flour with a heart approved sunflower brand oil, salt and water.
Roti Rolls can be made with a variety of fillings of your choice. See below for this week’s favourite Roti Roll filing.
If you would like to become a proud stockist of our Charou Bread brand, we would absolutely love to here from you. For our stockist price list please contact us.
Naan is a soft and pillowy Indian-style flatbread traditionally made in a tandoor, or cylindrical clay oven. The dough gets slapped against the walls of the tandoor, where it adheres and bakes quickly over a burning fire.
Naan is delicious with your favourite curry! Variations we make are; plain, butter or garlic.
30 ml sunflower oil
1 onion - chopped 15 ml (or more to taste)
1tsp Ginger and Garlic
Medium curry powder
500 g lean beef mince
1 x 410 g can chopped tomatoes
5 ml sugar
500 g potatoes - cubed
Water for cooking
Heat the oil in a large saucepan. Add the onion and fry over a medium heat for five minutes, add the ginger and garlic before adding the curry powder and stirring well.
Add the mince and cook, stirring until it is no longer pink. Add the tomatoes, sugar and potatoes. Add water little bit at a time so that the mince does not stick to the pan Reduce the heat and simmer, covered, for about 20 minutes until the potatoes are soft and cooked
Serve rolled up in a roti, with a tossed salad.
Tip: Try lamb mince for a variation. If your family enjoys the taste, use ostrich mince as a healthy alternative to beef. Add fresh mint for extra flavour.