Terrific shot for the day and the bread does look as though it will be tasty once baked! Have a great weekend!
Thank you Sylvia
what a shot.Nice.Have a nice weekend to you & all.
Thank you Rupam. To you too!
The whole process of making a chapati is so alluring that I get hungry every time I see the process. Lovely snap Deepak !!!
Thank you Anupam. Bon apetit :)
I looooove Indian rotis/breads... my absolute favorite is chapati but I love nans too! Also, do papadoms count as bread? If so, count those in among my favorites too! :)
Good one, atleast they aren't Pao-rotis made by feet :) :) :)Regards,Jayhttp://road-to-sanitarium.blogspot.in/
I wished I could taste it ! nice picture !
Thank you Gattina
Again a heartwarming pic--I love how you did not just focus on the hand and the dough--you showed the whole human--that is honoring the man behind the bread!
Thank you Bhavana :)
What is he making? Naan or Roomali Roti?
He seems to be making lachcha parathas too...See the curves in the dough...also the dough looks more of maida flour than wheat flour.Good click.
Thank you Ekta.
An outdoor kitchen, how different! :)Thanks for sharing!Léia
Pleasure to share Leia
Reminds me of the wonderful parotta done on the roadside back at home!
Great shot.I guess he is making naans.
Thank you Indani. Yes he is.
Nice candid photo!
Thank you Ashwathy!
We call it paratha, good shot :D
Thank you Ghazala.
I bet he's not preparing Egg McMuffins! hahahaha
...........and you are right Birdman!!!!
Great shot for the themes!!hand ~kitchen
Thank you Mar
I like this one.
Thank you Lucy
Thank you Anoop
Tandoori rotis taste so different..Lovely shot!!It's making me hungry...
Thank you Panchali
It looks like parottas to me....Not the North Indian Parathas, Parottas are a sort of layered bread made in Southern India...http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parotta
Very cool! LOVE that this take.http://tc-twistedfairytale.blogspot.ca/2012/10/saturday-photohunt-hand-and-kitchen.html
Thank you so much!
interesting. love how the man was captured in action.
Thank you Bing!
Lovely shot. You've captured a slice of life.
Thank you Matheikal