Syrian Flat bread

June 5, 2011 § 11 Comments

Okay, I’m afraid this is going to have to be a short one.  Like, a really short one. Blink and you’ll miss it!  But anyways, I realized that when I was talking about my mushroom-falafels (or falafshrooms, if you prefer) I told you that I made a batch of homemade flatbread and then left you hanging.  And, well, friends don’t tell friends about supple, chewy fresh-from-the-oven flatbreads and then not share the recipe.  So, here it is!

It was partially inspired by a pita recipe, but then I remembered that, actually, I don’t like pitas as much as I like more tender, thicker enriched flatbreads, the style you might get at a Syrian restaurant for example.  So, I fiddled with the recipe to make these breads more like those.  With a little nod to naan, as well, since it’s my favorite flatbread.  These are fairly easy as far as bread goes, and worth rolling your sleeves up and grabbing the mixing bowl for.  Plus, you can make a bunch and freeze some (in freezer bags) to reheat later.  If you’re me this will turn out to be a mere two days later.  Oh well.  I’ll just have to make another batch soon. « Read the rest of this entry »

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