The shopping situation these past few weeks has gotten difficult to say the least. I’m sure you know what I mean. The idea that you are gonna go into a store and get the very specific item you want is a lost cause. But I’m greedy and want what I want. And this past week I wanted some flatbread.
I recently saw a few flatbread recipes with an abbreviated list of ingredients, some even being labeled as two ingredient flatbread. So, I did a little browsing, compared recipes, made a few of my own tweaks, and now I’m convinced I’ll be making this every week. These are seriously easy to make, super delicious, and as far as bread things go, it’s quick. No yeast needed.
This only takes a handful of ingredients, most are easy to get. Though, I do say that now and haven’t been able to get any flour in the last two days, but you understand what I mean. Just some greek yogurt, flour, baking powder, olive oil and salt. That’s it. Make these.
This only takes a handful of ingredients, most are easy to get. Though, I do say that now and haven’t been able to get any flour in the last two days, but you understand what I mean.
made with yogurt + olive oil
- 1 ½ C Flour
- ¾ C Greek Yogurt – Plain, Full Fat
- 2 tsp Baking Powder
- 1 tbsp Olive Oil
- ½ tsp Salt
Combine your flour, baking powder and salt together in a large bowl and stir to combine. You don’t want any pockets of baking powder or salt. Add in your yogurt and olive oil then mix till combined. Knead for 3-5 mins till your dough is smooth and everything is combined. You’re not looking to develop the gluten here, just getting everything well combined.
Divide the dough into 4 – 6 portions, roll each in a ball and let rest, covered, on an oiled surface for about 20 mins.
Heat up a cast iron pan on medium-high heat while you roll out your flatbreads. Flour and roll each ball to about 1/4” thick. You want it pretty thin, but you don’t need to worry too much about it. You’re aiming for about a 6-8” circle, depending on if you divided your dough into 4 or 6 portions.
Lightly oil your pan, and wipe off any excess oil. It should smoke slightly, that’s how you’ll know it’s hot enough. Drop in a flatbread and cook for 1-2 mins per side. You should see it puff up, and there should be some good color on the bottom side. Flip and cook for another 1-2 mins. Continue with the remaining dough rounds. Be sure to keep your finished flatbreads warm while the others are cooking. Then eat asap!