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Flatbread is so versatile.  It is wonderful for wrapping up your favorite veggie medley or for scooping mouthfuls of curry or stew.  It can be made into a homemade pizza base and torn into bits for shoveling hummus and other dips.

They can be made with all kinds of different flour and flavored with herbs and spices.  Flatbread is common all over the world, and many different countries and cultures, from India to Ethiopia, have their version.

Sure, you can buy a bag of flatbread at the supermarket, but there is nothing quite like serving up a batch that you have made yourself.  They are quite simple to make and often require minimal ingredients.

Take a look at these OGP recipes, and get yourself ready for your next homemade feast.

1. Carrot Parantha

vegan carrot paranthas flatbread

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Parantha is a traditional unleavened Indian flatbread. It goes well with chutneys, curries, or even a little jam. This Carrot Parantha recipe by Namita Tiwari takes the basic 3 ingredients and stirs grated carrot into the mix for a little extra bite.

2. Crispy Beet Flatbread

Crispy Beet Flatbread

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With this Crispy Beet Flatbread recipe by Emma D’Alessandro, you get a stunning and colorful flatbread that is also gluten-free.  Of course, the bright beets give this flatbread its intense color.  Beets, hemp seeds, sunflower seeds, oat flour, flax, and rosemary combine to make this perfect crispy flatbread for all of your hummus needs.

3. Raw Broccoli Flatbread

Raw Broccoli Flatbread

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This is a great raw flatbread that is ideal for making sandwiches or for using with hummus or other spreads. This Raw Broccoli Flatbread recipe by Krisztina Berta takes broccoli, parsley, kale, parsnip, peanuts, and sunflower seeds and combines them all to make this simple and delicious bread.

4. Injera: Ethiopian Sourdough Flatbread With Spiced Stew


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Injera is a traditional Ethiopian sourdough flatbread.  It is often eaten with stews or covered with fun and spicy toppings.  This Injera: Ethiopian Sourdough Flatbread With Spiced Stew by Travis Piper is a great dish to whip for a communal gathering.  You will need an active sourdough starter for this one, but never fear, making a starter is something you can get to right away.

5. Herby Flatbread With Pink Pickles

Herby Flatbread With Pink Pickles

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This is a yeast-based flatbread that is super versatile.  With Harriet Porterfield‘s Herby Flatbread With Pink Pickles, you are encouraged to flavor the bread with your favorite herbs.  This is a fantastic lunch recipe that combines creamy avocados, zingy pickles are hearty herbs.  Why are the pickles pink, you ask?  Red onion and rainbow chard stems—that will do it!

6. Grilled Vegetable, Olive Flatbread, and Hummus Plate

Grilled Vegetable, Olive Flatbread, and Hummus Plate

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This Grilled Vegetable, Olive Flatbread, and Hummus Plate by Jodi Kay is the perfect meal to prepare for a warm summer’s evening.  With all the traditional Mediterranean ingredients that you love, you can have a simple yet elegant meal in no time.   These flatbreads are made with spelt flour and call for vegan yogurt.

7. 3-Ingredient Gluten-Free Flatbread

vegan gluten-free flatbread

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This is a very simple gluten-free flatbread recipe that, as the name suggests, can be created with just three ingredients.  James Wythe‘s 3-Ingredient Gluten-Free Flatbread comes with a delicious Smokey Coconut Dip that blends coconut yogurt and smokey paprika.

8. Turmeric Flatbread

Turmeric Flatbread

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This is a very simple recipe for Turmeric Flatbread by Gabrielle St. Claire.  Combine the warming flavors of turmeric, cumin, and black pepper, and make yourself a flatbread that can accompany many different meals or snacks.  Enjoy it with a curry or use it to wrap your favorite veggies or hummus.

9. Dhalpuri Roti: Trini Split Pea Stuffed Flatbread

Dhalpuri Roti

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Here we have a traditional Caribbean flatbread recipe.  This Dhalpuri Roti: Trini Split Pea Stuffed Flatbread recipe by Nita Ragoonanan takes yellow split peas and some bold spices and uses them as a filling for this flatbread.  Once filled, the flatbread is rolled out again and heated up.  These can be enjoyed by themselves or with a curry or soup.

10. Vegetable Flatbread Tarte

vegan vegetable flatbread tarte

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First, you need to make a beautiful flatbread with Italian herbs if you want to enjoy this Vegetable Flatbread Tarte by Kirsten Kaminski.  This recipe calls for all the traditional Mediterranean veggies and flavors, such as zucchini, peppers, and Italian herbs, but it is very versatile, and you can add whatever veggies you fancy.

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Mushroom and Cream Cheese Flatbread

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