Two Ingredient Flatbread Recipe
I love making this simple flat bread recipe because sometimes I really crave a delicious, crispy flatbread to soak up a curry, accompany a dip or just to snack on while I cook. This recipe is so simple that I can easily make it with just some of the basic items I keep stocked at home.
The trick is in the use of the natural greek yoghurt as apparently the enzymes within the yoghurt help break down the gluten in the bread.
I have labelled it a two ingredient flat bread because that is all you really need, but it will be made even more delicious by the addition of a toasted spice mix. I toast some cumin and coriander seeds until cracking, add in some toasted sesame seeds and some coarse salt and then sprinkle this on top. Oh, so, yum.
I recommend you serve this simple flatbread recipe with one of my favourite dips.
The only really trick to the recipe is to make sure you get the flatbread thin enough and that you cook it through properly.
I hope you like it as much as I do.
- 2 cups of plain flour
- 1 cup of natural greek yoghurt
- Mix flour and yoghurt in a large bowl to form a soft dough.
- Take golf ball sized pieces and roll out as thinly as possible.
- Preheat a heavy based frypan and add some olive oil. Cook the flatbreads over medium heat until all cooked through and then flip. Add more olive oil to the pan as needed.
- Season with salt or with a herbed oil or Dukkah mix. I love using toasted sesame seeds, cumin seeds and coriander seeds with salt.
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