Grilled Flatbread

Grilled Flatbread created by VeggieVal

An exciting addition to a grilled meal... you can do it all on the grill! Depending on the humidity, you may need to add or subtract a tablespoon of water or flour to achieve a dough that is smooth and only slightly sticky before rising.

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  • Heat grill until hot.
  • Place 1/2 cup warm water in a medium size bowl and sprinkle the yeast on top; stir to dissolve, then set aside for 5 minutes until the yeast is foamy.
  • Add olive oil, flour and salt and mix to combine.
  • Turn the dough onto a well floured surface, knead 2 minutes or until elastic.
  • Place dough in an oiled bowl, cover with plastic wrap and let it stand in a warm place for 30 minutes.
  • Turn dough onto a lightly floured surface, divide into 4 equal pieces and roll out each piece to 1/8 inch thick round.
  • Lightly brush one side of each round with olive oil and place the rounds oiled side down on the hot grill.
  • Grill the flatbread for 2 minutes, brush the side that's facing up with olive oil and flip the rounds.
  • Grill for 2 more minutes, remove from the grill and sprinkle the hot bread with salt before serving.
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"An exciting addition to a grilled meal... you can do it all on the grill! Depending on the humidity, you may need to add or subtract a tablespoon of water or flour to achieve a dough that is smooth and only slightly sticky before rising."

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  1. Chastity R.
    This dough is delicious and super easy to make. I will be keeping this recipe, and passing it on. I doubled the recipe and added 2 tsp of honey and made flatbread pizzas... Delicious!
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  2. brendaeallen
    This was so easy! I set the dough outside to rise, so instead of taking it back inside to roll, I just patted them out and they came out fluffy and delicious. Will be making more next time, four disappeared pretty darn quick.
  3. drdexter
    I love this recipe! I really like making these in to pizzas they are super easy I mix in garlic powder and some generic pizza seasoning. This week I took this recipe out camping and cooked it on a grill over an open fire and pizza in the woods is definitely a crowd pleaser!!<br/><br/>I have plans to try out a bunch of other mix-ins like olive tapinade, tzatziki seasoning, garlic and cheese, or even some curry powder, I have even contemplated cinnamon and sugar. You could probably even make empanada style creations if the filling was already cooked and only needed a little bit of heating. The possibilities are endless.<br/><br/>One word of wisdom, I would definitely roll them out pretty thin otherwise to get the soft pretzel doughiness that another reviewer mentioned.
  4. Glimmy14
    I made this last night for dinner and it was really tasty. The bread turned out light, fluffy, and a little crunchy which was exactly what I was looking for. Next time I make it, I plan to try using it as pizza crust. Thank you for sharing!
  5. Nutrition Nut
    This is the most amazing ever. I mix all kinds of spices in with mine depending on what we are eating. Garlic or herbs. I also put some nice coarse salt on top before grilling. My family eats this stuff ALL the time!! We had it 5 days in a row. One night we also made a grilled pizza out of it with cilantro pesto. Honestly, one of my go to recipes. I make this every chance I get. I had it tonight and made extra for sandwiches tomorrow... can't wait.
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