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  • Pita style flatbread recipe

    Hi, I'm lookin to make pita style flatbreads. I want them to puff up a little so I can cut them and stuff them with ingredients. Should I just follow the pizza dough sticky? Will this make a suitable dough for these?

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    Re: Pita style flatbread recipe

    Originally posted by RichC View Post
    Hi, I'm lookin to make pita style flatbreads. I want them to puff up a little so I can cut them and stuff them with ingredients. Should I just follow the pizza dough sticky? Will this make a suitable dough for these?
    i know this is an old thread, but came across it looking through the boards and noticed you didn't get any replies, so heres a recipe i use for pitta like bread that i serve with garlic butter, salsa, oils and the like

    [Cook With Us]: Turkish Lavash

    keith
    Last edited by kstronach; 01-29-2015, 02:51 PM.
    my build,
    http://ukwoodfiredovenforum.proboards.com/thread/1209

    my door,
    http://www.fornobravo.com/forum/f17/...oor-21345.html

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    • #3
      Re: Pita style flatbread recipe

      oh and heres a quick video of me making some,

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ii8-...gghqxnke4zjytj
      my build,
      http://ukwoodfiredovenforum.proboards.com/thread/1209

      my door,
      http://www.fornobravo.com/forum/f17/...oor-21345.html

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        Re: Pita style flatbread recipe

        Thanks Keith. Much appreciated. I still havent found exactly what im looking for so ill try this next!
        Richard

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        • #5
          Old thread i know. I put down a piece of dough without toppings and it puffed up very similar to a pita. Would have been easy to stuff. Sorry, can;t tell you the recipe since we just wing it each time. Another type of bread you could research is turkish Pide, it's sort of the intermediary between full arabic pita, and italian pizza. Lots of recipes online

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          • #6
            Might be old but I'm still looking yes, I have a recipe for Turkish pide which I intend making. I lived in Berlin in the 90s and they make doner kebabs with it there, lovely stuff. There's a guy on YouTube who has a series of videos called Ahmed kocht (Ahmed cooks) and he makes Fladenbrot which the called it. I'll be trying that next

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