There is something so soulful about eating with your hands. The utensils used to eat are often dictated by culture. In many of the eastern cultures, where eating with your hands is the norm, it is believed that food should be a holistic experience that uses all 5 senses, including touch. The more your senses are stimulated by your food the more fulfilling and satisfying the meal. We couldn't agree more. And, with so many of these traditional dishes incorporating flatbread as the base, it is only fitting we have an easy, incredibly yum recipe for the occasion. This yoghurt flatbread uses only 3 ingredients and takes less than 10 minutes to make.
How To Make Yoghurt Flatbread
This flatbread has no yeast so it is quick and easy to make with minimal prep time or effort.
- 2 cups stoneground cake flour
- 2 cups double cream yogurt. Make your own using our homemade natural yoghurt recipe.
- 1/2 tsp baking soda
- 2/3 tsp salt
- oil for frying
- In a large bowl, combine the flour, yoghurt, salt and baking soda.
- Gently mix together to form the dough with your hands. Once evenly mixed, cover the dough and leave to rest for 15 minutes.
- Divide the dough into 6 even balls and dust generously with flour.
- Using a rolling pin, flatten each ball as much as possible. Brush oil onto the flattened dough. Pre-heat the pan on medium. Cook the flatbreads on each side until browned.
This flatbread goes really well with our baba ganoush recipe, hummus recipe or mung dahl recipe. Perfect for lunch boxes, snacks or as a fresh off the pan. Add falafels, cucumber salad and other veg toppings for a mouth watering wrap meal!