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I have never been good at baking, especially yeast bread. This recipe couln't be easier! Not only that, but the flatbread was incredibly soft and delicious! I actually used white whole wheat flour. I figured out the conversions for the ingredients and thought I'd list them for anyone else in need: 4 1/2 c. flour 1 1/4 c. water 2 t. yeast Thankyou for posting this recipe. I'm planning on making these again this coming week with some lemon rice Greek soup and gyros with yogurt sauce and hummus. YUM! I've been inspired!

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Audrey Parrish October 21, 2007

This was a family pleaser! Roll it thinner than you thin,pm, because it will puff up a little.

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Mark & Stacy July 04, 2014

I haven't had flatbread before so I can't compare this to a traditional "flatbread". It reminded me of a pita type bread. I used the conversions by Audrey Parrish with good results. I used this for an artichoke pizza. It was very good and I will make again.

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truckerboo January 16, 2011

Not quite what I expected from a flatbread. I couldn't bend them without splitting for a sandwhich (which is what my intention for making these were for). They were good for a side-bread for a meal, but I was really looking forward to the sandwhich. I even made them a bit thinner than shown & even waited a day to try again on the folding. Still broke. My BH said this would make a nice pizza crust. Maybe next time?

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CabinKat August 26, 2008

Awesome recipe. Definitely worth the effort of the risings and rollings etc. I cooked this for about 5 minutes on each side, then turned the oven off and made a smoked salmon spread by MarieAlice to serve them with. They were firmer and cripy on some edges in the end. Perfect in my eyes!!

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Zaatarbella July 18, 2008

really delicious... I think I may have forgotten one of the last risings but it was still great. Not dry.. very fluffy, filling, and this made quite a bit when I cut into small triangles for hummus (the dough was a little dry though). I did have to cook about twice as long though... about 2 minutes on each side. Thanks for the great recipe!

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~heidi~ January 19, 2008

So easy and tastes so much better than store bought. Thanks for sharing, I'll be making these again and again.

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plannermom December 21, 2007

I made this for my friend and I. We were craving greek burgers. I wanted to serve them with flatbread, but I really didn't want to get storebought bread. The homemade flatbread was delicious. I will never buy storebought again.

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Southsea30 August 20, 2007

I made a wheat free version of this recipe using white spelt, rice, and sorghum flours, and they turned out light and wonderful. Great recipe!!

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Anna Merhalski June 03, 2007
Greek Flatbread