4 Reviews

I had fun with this! added 1 teaspoon honey and used 1/2 teaspoon salt. Made in the bread machine dough cycle. Then removed divided into 4 oiled both sides sprinkled the seeds on one side. Then I tossed it right on the grates of my grill. When the bread was marked with grill marks I flipped and continued to brown the other side. Resulting in some crispy and smokey flavor. Thanks! Made for ZWT6

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Rita~ June 18, 2010

Great bread! I elected to form the dough into 4 smaller ovals. Two were used the next day to make Moroccan Flatbread Pizzas (Can Be Ww) . I did reduce the salt to 1 tsp, but otherwise followed the recipe. Thank you for sharing! Made for ZWT6.

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Susie D June 18, 2010

Loved this! You have a winner here cookiedog! Cumin is perfect in this. I reduced the salt to 2 teaspoons. Served with Preserved Lime Tabbouleh Salad for our NA*ME lunch. Made for an Unruly by an Unruly during ZWT6 as part of the Sand & Spices - Meatless Meets Middle East Challenge.

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WiGal June 14, 2010

This was delicious. My tip is not to be stingy with the olive oil. Brush olive oil onto the flattened bread before sprinkling with seeds. I made three with this recipe. My 2and 1/2 year old daughter made one with holes in it and this was the best one. Nice and dark around the thin parts by the holes!

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saigoncinnamon June 22, 2010
Cumin Flatbread