These were so quick and went well with our Africian night meal of Chicken in Balsamic Barbecue Sauce and Algerian Rice Salad. At first thought they would be similar to tortillas but they arn't at all. I did have a little trouble after folding them to get the round shape (don't know what I did wrong with that step) but the taste is nice and light but you must remember to roll them out thin. So even though mine were more square the taste was great - I spread them with butter hot of the griddle and not a one was left at the end of the meal.
This is the same way we make Moroccan m'samen. We usually drizzle a little honey on it or some cream cheese. Made for ZWT 7
These made up pretty quick and were a great accompaniment with the chickpea salad I had for lunch. I really like how they were crispy and had thin layers inside them and they weren't heavy at all nice and light. I used about a couple tsps oil each time I put a new round on the pan. I'm sure they would be great with honey on them, I'll have to try that next time. They are another keeper and we all enjoyed them! Thanks Jamilah Made for Ramadan Tag 2010
Great inexpensive recipe and fairly easy to make! I sprayed my pan with cooking spray and used as little oil as possible to cook the flatbreads. Served them with dinner but I think they'd be good for breakfast, warm and sprinkled with cinnamon and sugar too. Thanks for posting the recipe!
I had to read it three times to be sure how i am supposed to flatten in out but it was well worth it. I do not know how you usually serve it, i had it with fresh cucumber and hummus.
Made during the Ramadan Tag Game 2010