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Garlic Flat Bread

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Garlic and onion flat bread

These delicious flat breads are a staple of many cultures, today I’ll be showing you how to make a traditional Greek version of this wonderful treat.


450g of bread flour
7g of yeast
350 ml of water
1 tsp. of garlic
1 tsp. of chiveschives
1 tsp. sea salt

Make sure to use warm water, hot water will make the dough too sticky.


Mix the flour and yeast in a large bowl. Make a whole in the center of the flour and pour in your water. Add your garlic and chives and then fold until a soft dough forms.

Mix into a dough and then knead on a floured work surface. after ward place the dough back into the bowl and let it rise for about 2 hours. Then cut the dough into smaller pieces and then roll each piece out to make somewhat rectangular shape.

Heat up a cast iron skillet with ridges and cook each piece of bread for about 1 minute on each side.

Serve as an appetizer or side dish or use to make sandwiches.

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