Recipe For Ricotta Flat Breads

I challenged myself to make flat breads using ricotta. The nice part of this recipe is that I used my own homemade fresh ricotta. These Ricotta Flat Breads puffed up so nicely and were soft and tasty. They provided the perfect wrap for my tomato and pesto salad.

Ricotta Flat Breads
Ricotta Flat Breads
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I am not a huge fan of having accounts with numerous retailers. But for trade reference purposes it is necessary. One of the accounts I currently have I opened when I wanted to buy Dave an espresso machine. I could not afford to pay for it in one go and as this retailer offers a 6 month interest free account it made sense to do it that way. Dave was well pleased with his gift and I have made good use of the account. Mostly I use it just to keep my credit rating in good stead. But sometimes I make use of the interest free option and buy big-ticket items. If this occurs I make sure to pay my account off timeously. In December I could not wait for the statement and so went into the store to find out how much I owed.

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I was told that my installment was higher than the amount due. This is the third time I have had this happen to me. The first time I paid the amount due, but as it was not calculated correctly I ended up paying too little. I was charged interest on the entire amount which I was not impressed about. The second time it happened I paid the entire installment and so ended up in credit. I decided that this time I would do the same. Personally, I would rather be in credit and stay in their good books than have interest charged. I also stayed in Dave’s good books when I made these ricotta flat breads. They were waiting for him when he got home from working on the race car. He was late and I knew he would be ready for food as soon as he walked through the door.

Ricotta Flat Breads

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Ricotta Flat Breads
 
These ricotta flat breads puff up and are super soft. Eat them as soon as possible after you make them.
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Ingredients
  • 100g flour, plus extra for dusting
  • 30g ricotta
  • 40mls whey *
Method
  1. Place the flour and ricotta into a blender and pulse to combine
  2. Pour in the whey and blend until it forms a dough
  3. Turn onto a lightly floured surface and knead for 2 minutes
  4. Wrap in cling film and leave to rest for 20 minutes
  5. Divide the dough in 4 and roll each piece into a ball
  6. Roll out to 2mm thick then fry in a dry, non-stick pan for 1 minute per side, making sure the pan is hot to start off with
My Notes
* if you do not have whey from the ricotta use milk

 

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17 thoughts on “Recipe For Ricotta Flat Breads

  1. I love the idea of using ricotta for flat bread! This would definitely get me in Tom’s good graces. Crazy story about your expresso machine. We are big savers here….so we pay for cash for everything. It simplifies life! We just bought a new car and have been saving for 10 years to pay for it, but at least we owe no interest. We just can live the “American Dream” and be in debt like everyone else. But we are happy =)

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    1. oops, I meant we can’t live the American Dream because we like paying off our bills =)

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    2. That is amazing to be able to buy a car for cash. Not something I think we could achieve right now!

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  2. They would be super soft. What an awesome touch. I wouldn’t have thought of doing this.
    Jem @ Lost in Utensils sharing the blog ♥ happy late new year with an abundance of passion fruitMy Profile

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    1. It took me a year from thinking of the idea to making them 😉

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  3. Fascinating! I’ve never used whey in anything, I don’t think…

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    1. This is the first time I have used whey this way 🙂

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  4. Yum! It’s been a while since I started looking for the perfect flatbread recipe and I finally found one, Tandy! Thanks a bunch for such an easy and appetizing recipe. 😉

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    1. My pleasure Agness 🙂

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  5. Wow, I have never made a flatbread like this! Will have to keep this simple recipe in mind when I bring flour back into my diet! <3 – http://www.domesticgeekgirl.com
    Gingi Freeman sharing the blog ♥ 10 Ridiculously Easy Ways to Stick to the South Beach Diet with Zero CheatsMy Profile

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    1. And so easy to do for the kidlets.

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  6. Sounds very nice, Tandy.

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    1. Thank you Robbie

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  7. How lovely! I’ve always made mine with Greek yogurt, but I simply must try them with ricotta now. 🙂
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    1. It really changed the taste 🙂

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  8. Another great use for leftover ricotta! When you talk about all of these financial things you sound so grown up and I feel like a child!
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    1. I had to giggle – sometimes I don’t feel all grown up 😉

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