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No yeast flatbreads

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Sometimes you just fancy a hearty lunch, and these no yeast flatbreads are PERFECT! You don’t need yeast (hence the name!) and they need just 3 ingredients, plus some seasoning. I love making these, and turning them into the base of a pizza or even making a nice garlic bread with them.

No yeast flatbreads in a silver serving dish - four in total, two with herbs and butter and two plain

Ingredients for no yeast flatbreads:

300g self raising flour

300g natural yoghurt

1 tsp baking powder

1/2 tsp salt & pepper

Stuffed crust pizza made with dough from the breadmaker

Method for no yeast flatbreads with self raising flour:

Mix your ingredients together in a bowl. Combine for 1-2 minutes until a dough has formed. There is no need to overwork the dough.

Roll out your dough. I always pat it into a square.

Divide into 10 pieces.

Roll each piece out using a well floured rolling pin (or a glass or cup if you don’t have a rolling pin – even your hands will do!)

Cook each side for 1-2 minutes in a hot griddle. You can use olive oil to brush them, or a little melted butter. I’ve been using my homemade garlic butter recently with lovely results too. Also, if you’re going to make these into a pizza then my simple pasta sauce is a real winner on the top!

A blue bowl containing the combined dough mix for the no yeast flatbreads

Products I use making these flatbreads:

White bread rolls on a cooling rack and text overlay that says Delicious floury white rolls ready in under 1 hour!

Can you make these flatbreads gluten free?

Yes, absolutely! They’ll be a little crumblier though so I’d suggest adding a little Xanthan Gum to give them a slightly stronger texture.

Fancy turning these into a flatbread pizza?

Just griddle as per the recipe, and then top, and either finish under the grill OR pop in the oven for 8 minutes at 200C (gas mark 6). Alternatively, why not try my pizza dough recipe?

What else can you add to these flatbreads?

Other ingredients that work really well; garlic powder, garlic cloves chopped finely and spread on the top, parsley and butter, just about any herbs or seasonings that you love, pesto or tomato puree. This Red pepper pasta sauce [DF, GF, SF] is always a hit in our house and a great way to get some veggies into your family too!

If you want to try something a little different then check out my tear and share bread.

How to make no yeast flatbreads:

No yeast flatbread

3 ingredient no yeast flatbreads

Course Side Dish
Cuisine Indian
Keyword bread
Prep Time 4 minutes
Cook Time 4 minutes
Servings 8 flatbreads
Calories 164 kcal

Ingredients

  • 300 g self raising flour
  • 300 g natural yoghurt
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 1/2 tsp salt & pepper

Instructions

  1. Mix your ingredients together in a bowl. Combine for 1-2 minutes until a dough has formed. There is no need to overwork the dough.
  2. Roll out your dough. I always pat it into a square.
  3. Divide into 10 pieces.
  4. Roll each piece out using a well floured rolling pin (or a glass or cup if you don’t have a rolling pin – even your hands will do!)
  5. Cook each side for 1-2 minutes in a hot griddle. You can use olive oil to brush them, or a little melted butter. I’ve been using my homemade garlic butter recently with lovely results too. Also, if you’re going to make these into a pizza then my simple pasta sauce is a real winner on the top!

Note: All calorie information is for demonstration purposes only and is based on the specific uncooked ingredients that I used when creating the recipe.

Garlic butter in a heart shape ramekin

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