If you want to keep the Chapati edible for a long time, then first of all you have to prepare the bread dough properly. The role of the flour is important in making bread, so the dough is good and soft so that the chapatti can remain soft. At the time of kneading, adding some amount of ghee to it also keeps the flour soft.
Apart from this, while preparing the flour, adding a little milk to it and then kneading it with water will also have a way and bread will be able to keep preservation for a long time.
The use of butter paper is also considered good for keeping chapati, for this, you keep the chapati in the middle of the butter paper when it is cool so that the bread will not be hard. Airtight large containers are also available in the market, even in these, you can keep the roti for a long time.
Some polythene bags for chapattis will also be available from your market, which can keep them in preservation for a long time but be careful not to put hot chapati immediately in the container. The hot chapati should first be placed in the chapati net. If you do not have a net, then put the chapati on a bowl first and then place it in the casserole. This will allow the steam to escape from the loaf and the loaves will not get wet.