Thursday, January 13, 2011

Crispy Flatbread

Have you ever noticed how satisfying something crispy can be when you are attacked by the munchies? This recipe for crispy flat bread certainly hits the spot with crunchiness and lots of flavor! A cross between a cracker and a chip, they've become a favorite with family and friends for meal time or a healthy snack.

2-1/2 Cup flour (I use unrefined, unbleached, organic white flour w/ bran.)
1 tsp salt
2 TBSP sesame seeds
3/4 cup warm water
EVOO
course sea salt

Preheat baking stone in 450F oven.
Mix dry ingredients.
Add water.
Dough will be firm and crumbly at first but will begin to smooth with kneading and rest periods.
Knead on unfloured surface for 2-3 minutes. Cover and let rest for 12-15 minutes.
Knead again for 1-2 minutes. Cover and let rest for 20 minutes.
Divide into 24 equal pieces and form into balls.
Cut parchment paper to cover baking stone.
Roll as thin as possible.
Place on parchment paper and brush with olive oil. Sprinkle with a pinch of salt.
I like to use 2 pieces of parchment so I can be preparing one while the other is baking.
Move parchment with rolled breads to baking stone and bake for 4-5 minutes. The edges should start to brown and curl with golden brown beginning to show on top.



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6 comments:

  1. YUM! These look great and easy to do too!

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  2. Mmm, that looks really good, perfect for the munches.

    -Brenda

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  3. Wow...those look delicious. I'm inspired to give it a try.

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  4. I love crispy, salty things - they are always such a treat! I like that your crispy flatbread has sesame seeds in it too. It looks just delicious. Thank you for sharing it with The Hearth and Soul Blog Hop.

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  5. What a great recipe! I love the inclusion of sesame seeds. thanks for sharing it with the Hearth and Soul Hop.

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  6. Crispy Munchies Cookies I like it very much

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