6 Reviews

(A PAC Spring '09 review) Very good! We liked it a lot! I liked how big they were and how they puffed up very nicely. I didn't heat up my oven to 500F- I did 425F instead. I also don't have any stone to place them on in the oven so I flipped two cast iron skillet pans upside down and placed the rounds on them. Turned out great! Thanks for posting!

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Leah's Kitchen March 27, 2009

This bread was fantastic. I've never before seen a recipe that called for warming the flour, I used bread flour and baked the loaves on a baking stone.Thank you for publishing it!

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genoiseie January 02, 2005

100 % thank you

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Walid Nazzal April 14, 2010

I have used this recipe 3 times, and each time the bread has turned out wonderfully. Thanks so much for sharing this.

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Chef melinda010100 May 28, 2007

The first time making these I had a little trouble, but the second time they turned out wonderfully! Thanks for a good flatbread recipe.

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antilla22@gmail.com December 29, 2008
flat bread or khoubiz