Seasoned Flatbread Premium PD Recipe


Easy-bake or quick-grill yeast-free Flatbread. Reach for this recipe when you need pitas to complete a meal but can’t be bothered with the dough rise delay. Fresh Flatbread is rolled and ready to bake in less time than it takes to preheat your oven or grill. Season it with Za’atar Spice Mix, poppy seeds, dried onions, sesame seeds or keep it plain. Slice into strips and use to scoop up Hummus, PD Spicy Oil-Free Curry or the Chopped Greek Salad. Fresh oil-free Flatbread is a perfect whole grain starting point when packing sandwiches for a PD picnic or lunch to go. Layer with Hummus, Mock Tuna Salad or Better Than Bacon and Ultimate House Mayo for a Flatbread Sub Sandwich rolled up with dressed shredded romaine.

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Comments (4)

  1. posted by Joann Wright on July 30, 2017

    Another game changer from Julie Marie!!! If you bring your lunch to work like I do, you can now have fresh bread for your sandwich every day! It comes together in about 3 minutes and bakes in 8 or less! Prepare the dough while your oven or grill is heating, pop it in, and in no time you have delicious fresh bread! I used the Zaatar spice, but the possibilities are as wide as your imagination. I am going to cut them with a 6″ cookie cutter for “sandwich thins.” Super excited!!

  2. posted by Diane Wessel on July 12, 2017

    This is so good. I especially like it using the Zaatar spice sprinkled on it. But we also had the chopped dried onion and salt. My dough was sticky, I did have to add more flour to the silipat but the finished product was delish.

  3. posted by Angel Corbin on June 23, 2017

    How would you store this bread if you only wanted to eat half at the time? Counter top in a baggie or in the refrigerator in a baggie?

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