The other day I found a recipe for these flatbreads on the net by Jamie Oliver and they were surprisingly easy to make and very tasty. I didn’t have the exact ingredients so I made a few changes.
5 grams yeast
100 ml lukewarm water
100 ml plain yoghurt
100 ml milk
Ca. 300 grams flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
Herb garlic butter:
50 grams butter
½ clove garlic minced
Fresh herbs finely chopped (I used a bit of tarragon, oregano and mint)
For the flatbreads mix the yeast with the water and then add the yoghurt and milk. Mix in the flour and baking powder and knead for a minute or two. If the dough is sticky you can a bit more flour. Put in on the side while you make the herb garlic butter.
In a small skillet, melt the butter and then add the minced garlic and herbs. Set aside.
Take the dough and part it into 6. Take each piece of dough and form it with your fingers or a rolling pin into a flat and round bread. Take a sharp knife and make some cuts in the center of each bread leaving a few centimeters free on the side. Heat a grill pan (I think that any other non-stick pan will also do) and cook each bread for a few minutes on high heat on each side.
When they are done, brush the flatbreads with the herb garlic butter and serve.
Note: Some of the flatbreads I just served without the herb garlic butter as the kids are not happy with “little green bits”….