Monday, June 30, 2008

I tried my hand at making tabbouleh this weekend and paired it with some experimental flax seed and garlic flatbread. The flatbread is super easy and has endless possibilities. The base is just flour, a little salt, a splash of olive oil, and enough water to make it into a manageable dough. Roll it out into 1/4" thick pieces and bake on a lightly greased cookie sheet at 375 degrees for 10 minutes or so until they are lightly browned. You can make a ton of variations-- I added garlic and flax seeds. You could try herbs, cheese, nuts and chopped dates, whatever! Pair it with quacamole, hummus, curry, soup, chili, etc, etc. So easy!

I'm working on several freelance jobs at the moment a well as a couple things to add to the shop. So check back soon!

1 comment:

shell said...

I just made flat bread this week too! I made an Indian type, Chapati. It was super easy, whole wheat flour- yummy! The kids love it with peanut butter and honey.