Shupinak Muchir
Chitrali Cooking

Unfortunately, I do not know the exact name of this dish. The lady who makes them called it shupinak muchir, but others called it chir-a-shapik and garmandi. It is chapati sandwich with cheese in-between. The name seems to differ according to the type of cheese used.

  1. Mix flour and water to make a dough. Knead it by hand and roll it into a ball. Cover it with damp cloth and set aside for about thirty minutes.
    Knead the dough again and break into pieces the seize of a golf ball. Roll out into circles to make chapatis about 10cm in diameter.

  2. Heat a frying pan until very hot. Put on a chapati and cook for few minutes until it changes color. Turn over and cook the other side. When ready, wrap in a clean cloth to keep warm.

  3. Mix a handful of chopped peppermint leaf with cottage cheese. Add salt. Spread the cheese thickly on a chapati and cover it with another chapati to make chapati sandwich.
    Melt butter and pour it thick on the chapati.