Human beings have baked simple flat breads for longer than civilization can remember. Yes, today in the 21st century we do like our sliced loaves from the grocery store, and why not? Sliced bread is the greatest invention since… well, sliced bread. But the beauty and simplicity of homemade flat bread should not be overlooked in the modern kitchen and are tasty treats around a campfire.
Rustic Flat Bread with Olive Oil and Sea Salt from The Kitchn
In an effort to make bread making less intimidating, the kitchn offers this recipe for a soul-satisfying rustic flat bread. “It can be adapted to taste with the addition of chopped herbs or flavored olive oil and the final result is fabulous sandwiched with a few slices of cured meat.”
Lola Cooks: Flat Bread from Today’s Nest
This is a recipe for a quick and easy flat bread that is similar to pita. I think you will enjoy learning about… and eating!
Parmesan Flat Bread Recipe from Cooking With Amy
Cooking with Amy’s love of all kinds of flat breads has inspired her to find wonderful recipes with all sorts of combinations of good things to add to her flat breads. This recipe for parmesan flatbread is particularly tasty.
Flat bread in a frying pan? from the forum at The Fresh Loaf
This fresh loaf forum conversation about cooking flat breads in a skillet frying pan is very informative and useful.
Easy Bannock Bread Camping Recipes from Camping With Gus
Flat breads created without yeast are known as bannock, they are also called scones in Scotland, while here in America they are called fry breads. You can combine dry ingredients before you go camping then add the wet ingredients and make some fresh bread right over the camp fire.
Want to add some herbs to your flat bread but not sure what is what? can teach you a whole lot about herbs!
There is much knowledge out there that is beneficial to re-learn. Sliced bread has come close to making much of mankind forget about the simple breads that are so healthy, nutritious and downright soul-satisfying.
Have you made flat bread at home or while camping? What’s your favorite way to make it?
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