Flatbreads are great for being delicious and really versatile. They can be used for wrapping, dipping, and mopping. What’s more, they can actually be made from all kinds of ingredients meaning that there is bound to be a recipe out there to suit all diets and preferences.
Check out these inspiring OGP flatbread recipes and start thinking about how to incorporate them into your snacks, lunches, and potlucks. They are simple recipes that leave you with lots of space to come up with your own fillings, toppings, or sides.
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1. Garlic and Herb Chickpea Flatbread
Source: Garlic and Herb Chickpea Flatbread
This Garlic and Herb Chickpea Flatbread by Mireille Aikman is made from regular wheat flour and chickpea flour. Garlic and herbs are mixed into the dough, making it an extra flavorful bread. That doesn’t mean that you can’t go to town on a super tasty filling.
2. Italian Flat Pizza Bread
Source: Italian Flat Pizza Bread
With five ingredients, you can have yourself a tower of Italian Flat Pizza Bread by Louise and Nico to share at your dinner party. Tear them apart and dip the pieces into your favorite hummus recipe, or go with the pizza inspiration and serve them with a marinara-style dip.
3. 3-Ingredient Gluten-Free Flatbread
Source: 3-Ingredient Gluten-Free Flatbread
Here is an excellent recipe for a gluten-free flatbread that is still as versatile as the regular wheat flour varieties. This 3-Ingredient Gluten-Free Flatbread by James Wythe could not be easier to make. Gluten-free flour, coconut yogurt, and olive oil are all it takes. This comes with a cheeky Smokey Coconut Dip recipe, too.
4. Sada Roti
Source: Sada Roti
Sada roti is a traditional bread often eaten in Trinidad. It goes perfectly alongside dals or curries or can be torn apart and eaten with your favorite dips. This Sada Roti recipe by Nita Ragoonanan is made with very simple ingredients that are staples in most people’s pantries.
5. Quick ‘n Easy Naan Bread
Source: Quick ‘n Easy Naan Bread
It’s often rather disappointing for vegans when the delicious-looking naan bread gets served at an Indian meal. This recipe, however, uses vegan yogurt to make it a completely plant-based naan. This Quick ‘n Easy Naan Bread by Stephanie Davies can be whipped up in no time and served with your Indian-inspired meal.
This Piadine by Christina Pirello is another Italian-style flatbread that can be served as a wrap or for dipping. As well, this bread could be used to make a panini-style sandwich. These are so easy to make and use wholewheat as well as durum flour.
7. Spicy Pan-Seared Potato Stuffed Flatbread
Source: Spicy Pan-Seared Potato Stuffed Flatbread
This recipe for Spicy Pan-Seared Potato Stuffed Flatbread by Maya Sozer is actually filled with potatoes, polenta, and lentils as well as a bevy of warming spices. As delicious as they are on their own, they also go really well with a big bowl of soup or salad.
8. Sourdough Pita Bread
Source: Sourdough Pita Bread
If you have your own sourdough starter, sometimes you can be at a loss as to what to do with this every growing creature! Well, this Sourdough Pita Bread recipe by Travis Piper will give you another sourdough trick for your sleeve. Use them to make falafel sandwiches or even pita pizzas.
9. Raw Broccoli Flatbread
Source: Raw Broccoli Flatbread
These days, being on a raw diet does not mean that you have to miss out on much. With this recipe for Raw Broccoli Flatbread by Krisztina Berta you don’t have to miss out on sandwiches, pizza bases, or snack bread either. Made with broccoli, kale, and parsnips, as well as a bunch of herbs and spices, this flatbread is a healthy treat just by itself.
10. Homemade Alloo Puri: Trinidadian Flat Bread
Source: Homemade Alloo Puri: Trinidadian Flat Bread
This Trinidadian staple is made with dough that is filled with savory mashed potatoes and then rolled out until it is very thin and grilled. Nita Ragoonanan‘s vegan Homemade Alloo Puri: Trinidadian Flat Bread could become very addictive.
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