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Flatbread: with or without yeast?
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TickledOnion · 30/06/2022 22:47

What’s the difference? I want to make flatbreads to scoop up mezze dips as a starter so nothing too big and fluffy. Which would be best?

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karmakameleon · 01/07/2022 11:04

With or with yeast will give different styles of bread. Tortillas and chapattis are examples of flatbreads without yeast. And pita or naan would both use yeast.

I’d probably use yeast for what you want. I use a River Cottage recipe that is quite reliable.

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TickledOnion · 01/07/2022 13:49

Thanks for replying. I’ve gone with the flatbread from the river cottage veg book. They’re lovely.

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karmakameleon · 01/07/2022 14:35

That’s the one I use. Reliable and versatile. I make them quite a bit.

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Tomatoblush · 02/07/2022 21:32

I make flatbreads most days. I use self raising flour, low fat Greek yogurt and a pinch of salt. Mix together and knead until smooth. Rest for half an hour then roll out and cook on a flat pan. They are so good.

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