73 Reviews

Divine. We loved this bread. I have never made anything like this before and DD#2 couldn't quit eating the bread. She has asked several times since then to make it again, so I'm making it for dinner tonight. It really is so good. I served it with an olive oil w/ pepper flakes and herbs and it was delicious. Thank you Thorsten for this yummy extra to our meals.....Stephanie

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mommyoffour January 25, 2008

What a mission but it was worth it! I was going to cook these on my pizza stone until I realised I didn't have a rolling pin. After I divided the dough in half I put oiled baking paper on either side of the first half and placed it between a chopping board and the pizza stone and.... well stood on it :) It worked like a charm! I put garlic, sesame seeds and cumin seeds on the first one (tastes like it has dukkah on it!), then cheese and dried mixed herbs on the second. I'll be using these instead of cornchips for nachos tonight. Cheers!

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Lorty Smith January 16, 2008

I have had this twice. The first time it was fabulous. A friend made it and brought it over. He used a dark beer. I made it the 2nd time using lite beer and it obviously did not have the strong beer flavor as when the dark beer was used. For personal taste from now on I will use the dark. However, the texture was consistant w/ both. I doubled the batch and used italian herbs on both w/ the olive oil. I put a colby/cheddar shredded cheese mix on one batch and it was great too. Thanks for a versatile recipe Thorsten. I will definately make again!!

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Ben's Mom January 04, 2008

A quick and tasty bread. Used it to dip in olive oil. Thanks.

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Lorianne1 December 29, 2007

I made it for a picnic. everyone enjoyed it and wanted the receipe. I added sesame seeds to the dough and it gave it a nutty flavor. In the second batch I added italian herbs in the dough and then sprinkled parmesan cheese on top...

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Beth D. August 05, 2007

I took this to work and it was a hit! We enjoyed it as a snack. Very good flavor, (I used 1 teaspoon of thyme, rosemary and oregano.) Will make often. Thanks Thorsten!

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Toadi June 30, 2007

It was pretty good right out of the oven, but it didn't keep well, even overnight. An excellent bread for immediate eating, but otherwise not the best.

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buelow June 16, 2007

Very good! I made this when my sisters and niece came over. I served it with Spinach Artichoke dip #1209. We loved it- great together. Although the bread can stand alone. So easy, yet so good! Thanks Thorsten.

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busymommybee April 03, 2007

Oh, my goodness1 What have you done to me? LOL I am a Bread Addict! Them minute I saw this i ran/not walked to the kitchen and made this. I am munching onit while i type this! :-0. I used fresh rosemary from my garden and dried oregano, alittle garlic salt and red pepper flakes.( maybe a few too many pepper flakes. My Mouth is on fire) I did have some trouble getting the dough to cooperate. I know flours react differently. It took morr than 10 min. to get golden brown. Ps; I just discovered that I accidentalyused Lite Beer. That could have made a difference. Thanks for this recipe. It's a KEEPER!!Ingrid

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Koechin (Chef) March 23, 2007

"Addictive"

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Anje March 06, 2007
Crispy Beer Flat Bread