A flatbread platter done 3 ways to satisfy your brunch goals
Vegetarian | Nut Free | No Added Sugar
One of the best things I learnt how to make was flatbread. Not a yeast, rise for 3 hours, bake for 20 minutes flatbread, a knead, let sit for 20 minutes and fry on the stove for 2 minutes. I use them as wraps, breakfast pizza bases and little bits of bread to dip into dips.
This brunch flatbread platter has 3 versions of stuffed flatbread – Spring Onion, Feta Peppadew and Spinach. The dough is the same, but you choose what you fill it with. You can also do a smaller amount of filling and make an assortment using one dough recipe. You can serve these alone, with a dip or like Malawach, which is served with grated tomatoes and soft-boiled eggs (my preferred way of eating them).
Styling: Zissy Lewin, Photography by Feige Lewin
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