Vegan flatbread no yeast. Whether for wrapping delicious fillings, or plunging into your favorite dip, everyone loves the taste of hot, fresh flatbread straight off the pan.
Flatbread is one of humanity’s oldest foods, dating back to 500 B.C. and was a staple food in many ancient cultures, including the Egyptians, Mesopotamians, and Indus civilizations. People often get intimidated by making bread, but even the beginner cooks can whip up a batch of these no-yeast flatbreads in no time flat.
All you need is four basic ingredients, all vegan, meaning no animal products, and you don’t even need any yeast to get it to rise! You may even have all these essential ingredients in your home pantry already, and if you don’t, you won’t have to break the budget to pick them up.
So how do you make this amazingly fluffy, charred, stretchy flatbread? We’re glad you asked! Read on to learn how to make easy vegan flatbreads with no yeast.
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All you will need for your tasty vegan flatbreads are four everyday ingredients, some simple utensils, and a little enthusiasm.
This recipe will yield around eight tasty flatbreads and take around 45-min to an hour to prepare and cook; however, you should get a little faster after a few goes.
You will also need a kitchen bench or wooden board for rolling the dough out before cooking. If you have one, you could also use a hot pizza stone for cooking these vegan flatbreads to get the seasoned stone taste; however, a skillet is just as effective.
If you have a wood or gas fired pizza oven in your backyard, making large batches of vegan flatbread is much easier as you can cook as many as you can fit around the ovens’ stone base. These flatbreads can be frozen for up to a month, or even longer if you have a chest freezer.
The ingredients for these no-yeast vegan flatbreads are as ancient and straightforward as they get.
For eight flatbreads, you will require:
Try this gluten-free vegan flatbread recipe by using fine whole meal flour if you want to make these vegan flatbreads even healthier. If you want to connect with your ancient ancestors and add more nutritional value to your flatbreads, try using an ancient grain flour, like plain or whole meal spelt.
Spelt is inexpensive, easier to digest than regular plain flour, is high in protein, and is packed with essential nutrients like calcium, magnesium, potassium and zinc.
Repeat until all your flatbreads are cooked, and use them however you like. Store your flatbreads in a zip-lock bag or an airtight container. If freezing your flatbreads, ensure a good seal to avoid the bread drying out and spoiling.
If you use a pizza oven or an oven pizza stone, cook your flatbreads until the same result is achieved. You will never pay for flatbreads again once you realize how quickly you can cook several batches.
The best part about cooking your healthy flatbreads is that you know exactly what is in them: no preservatives, colors, flavors, or other nasties.
What do you put in your flatbread? What is your favorite dip? The team here at Kitchenairy loves sharing fresh treats in the office, like vegan flatbreads.
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