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Skillet Flatbread

Just a quickie today kids but an essential one in my kitchen.026  I make this flatbread constantly and use it for any sandwich I feel like. Sometimes I call it naan, but it’s not really naan since it’s made in a skillet.

039 (2)Whatever, it’s awesome. All you do is preheat a nonstick skillet over medium high heat, take a fistish sized chunk of bread dough (I use the Artisan Bread in 5 stuff), stretch it out like pizza dough and toss it in the skillet with a little butter, oil, bacon grease, whatever. Cover the pan and let it sit for ~3-4 minutes, then flip and re-cover. After a couple more minutes pull it out and that’s it. Flatbread.

007Eat it with stuff you enjoy. I love it with falafel which I’ll be posting about later this week since I have a recipe for it that freezes really well and is low fat but crunchy and awesome.


Filed under: Artisan Bread in 5 Minutes a Day, bread

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