Easy Flatbreads in a flash!

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These flatbreads couldn’t be easier or quicker to make – there is no yeast involved, no hanging around waiting for the dough to rise and they taste brilliant. I like to brush mine with garlic oil before cooking, or sometimes I brush them with melted butter as soon as they come off the pan..slobber!

Last night we ate these flatbreads with a chicken and vegetable curry. They didn’t hang around for very long!

Very Easy Flatbreads Adapted from a Jamie Oliver recipe

250g self raising flour
1/2 tbsp baking powder
1/2 tsp salt
250g natural or Greek yoghurt
Garlic oil, optional

Place a frying pan on the hob to heat up (I like to use my ridged pan) Blitz all the ingredients together in a food processor or stir well with a wooden spoon until you have a dough. Knead for a minute on a lightly floured work surface. Cut the dough into six equal portions, then
roll each one out until fairly thin. When the pan is nice and hot, lightly brush each piece of dough with garlic oil, if using, and drop in the pan. Cook for a couple of minutes until they start to turn golden, lightly charred in some parts and look puffy. Turn over and cook for another minute or so. Keep them wrapped in a tea towel to keep warm 🙂

Any leftover flatbreads can be frozen. To reheat simply wrap in foil and place in a warm oven or pop in the toaster.

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8 thoughts on “Easy Flatbreads in a flash!

  1. I absolutely love this recipe and so does my husband. In fact, he often asks me to make extra flatbreads so he can eat them at breakfast the next day! I never thought to warm them in the toaster but that sounds like a great idea 🙂

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  2. Thank you for this amazing flatbread recipe. Already made these several times. the garlic oil makes them so special. Love so many of your recipes.
    Lindsay, Leipzig

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