Saturday, 11 July 2020

flat bread.....

Its a nice rainy cloudy day.......we've had about 28mm of rain here mostly over night. Soft and gentle all soaking in........my neighbour rang me to check the directions for the flat bread and I just had to make some too...........and I remembered to take some pics to share with all of you..........
Combine 3/4 cup/ 185ml of milk and 50g butter in a saucepan just until the butter has melted.....don't over heat it.....add 1/2 teaspoon salt........add 2 cups/300g plain flour (all purpose flour)........combine together and turn out onto a floured surface.......knead gently and then you can wrap in plastic and leave it for 30 mins then back onto the floured surface and cut into 4 equal parts. I have not noticed the difference of leaving it or just going straight into cooking the bread.........
this is one ready to roll out...........
My Nan's old rolling pin.........
place into a nonstick pan with a little oil...3/4 heat...watch it start to cook........sometimes small bubbles......
Some times big bubbles.....
this one is now ready to turn....you will see the flat bread has changed a bit..........it only takes a few minutes.....you can use them for wraps........you can keep some uncooked in the fridge for a few days roll out and use baking paper or plastic wrap between each bread.......
cooked ones I kepted in the fridge and ate the next day...few seconds in the microwave and it was great..........none have made it to the freezer but they freeze well I am told.....
so variations
add a dash of minced garlic......that was so delicious.......wish I had remembered that today.......
dairy free use oil and almond milk.......
Gluten free use gluten free flour......

Let me know how you go.........
Catch you later........
Chookyblue.......

8 comments:

  1. Thanks Madam Chef!
    all sorts of herbs come to mind.

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  2. YUMMY ! THANKS for sharing your recipe with photos tutorial, Chooky !
    Enjoy your weekend :)
    XOXO
    Nadine

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  3. Thank you for the photos and for sharing the steps, Chooky! The bread looks so yummy!

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  4. Thanks Chooky, sounds really good.

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  5. They look yummy, thank you for sharing the recipe.
    Curry for tea tomorrow, might have a go at the garlic version...

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  6. That looks so good, thanks for the recipe, will add it to the list of things to try.

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  7. Ooh, this looks yummy! Sort of a mix between the indian naan bread and the (very local) Norwegian "stomp"? I might have to try making these some day. :)

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