Flat Bread

I can remember reading in an Oprah magazine a long time ago, that it takes 21 days to break a habit. After receiving a life changing phone call, I decided to change a ‘habit’ of hanging on to the past. So for 21 days I posted on Facebook today is the first day of the rest of my life! It was amazing how many people clicked like, and did not comment that the same statement was hitting their feeds every day. But, I knew it was an affirmation. Each day that I wake up is the first day of the rest of my life. The really positive aspect of this affirmation is my new mantra not my life, not my problem. I am not going to be concerned about other people issues unless they directly affect my life. The one thing I am going to be concerned about is getting through my ever growing pile of recipes to test and books to read. I have good intentions at the start of each week, but I just cannot seem to get into the habit of making one recipe a day until my list is complete. So, this is going to be my next habit to learn. One of these numerous recipes was for flat bread. I saw it on the last series of MasterChef Australia and seeing how simple the recipe was, and the fact that I always have the ingredients to hand, you would have thought that I would have made it straight away. But it took forever for my to tick the box of tried and tested, and loved I might add!

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Flat Bread
Flat Bread
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Flat Bread

These are easy to make and a great addition to any mezze platter
Recipe Category: Bread
Makes enough for: 6 flat breads
All Rights Reserved: adapted from Matt Preston


  • 150 g self raising flour, plus extra for dusting
  • 15 mls nigella seeds
  • 120 g thick yoghurt


  • Place the flour and nigella seeds into a mixing bowl
  • Mix and then make a well in the centre
  • Add the yoghurt and mix to form a dough
  • Turn onto a lightly floured surface and knead lightly
  • Divide into 6 pieces
  • Roll each piece into a circle
  • Dust a rolling pin and roll each circle as thin as possible
  • Heat a flat pan on a medium to high temperature
  • Spray with cook and bake spray
  • Place one of the flat breads onto the pan
  • Cook until lightly browned and then flip
  • Cook the second side until lightly browned
  • Set aside to cool while you cook the rest of the flat breads

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21 thoughts on “Flat Bread

  1. Yes, flat bread is on my list to make too – Tandy – as you say is so easy:-)

  2. I am ashamed of my ever growing pile of recipes to try!
    Love easy recipes like this.
    Have a happy evening Tandy.
    🙂 Mandy xo

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