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    Marco Pierre Black

    Member since Apr 2009

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    What can I say, ohh I know.... urmmm what's your favourate family recipe ? I am here to steal them all !!! OK and share too . :)

    I think it important that ALL people should learn to cook good food before it's another "life skill" that is erroded away from us all.

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    "For the recipes I am about to receive, I am truly grateful"

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    Indian Curry, the humble loaf of bread (the source of life itself ?), I make a killer quick flatbread recipe. WOW.

    Here we go.....


    Per person (makes 2-3 depending on how big you like yours!)

    2 Heaped Tablespoons Plain Flour
    1 Tablespoon Yoghurt
    1 Tablespoon warm water
    Pinch of salt (optional)

    Remember 2 tablespoons plain flour to 1 tablespoon of plain yoghurt, makes 2-3 flatbreads (great for a hungry adult 7-8 inches round ish) Add pinck of salt, (if you like it leave out if you don't) add splash of tepid water, this aids rolling out the flatbread dough I find.

    So mix the flour and yoghurt & water in bowl and your done ! Fast mix huh ?

    Ok divide dough into 2 or 3 bits and roll out onto flour surfice/board into thin patties. I free form the dough and happily roll away making a natural "see where it takes me" shape dough.

    I like that, although for more formal flatbread dining occassions I have be known to use a dinner/side plate as a template and using a rounded blunt knife carved the perfect flatbread round. A match for any a shop aquired imitation !

    Now heat a heavy skillet and cook on high heat for a minute or 2 each side. This bread will bubble up, great !

    Now how quick and easy was this to make ?

    Have flatbreads with curry, chilli con carne, spag Bol , make food wraps with them , what about adding tomato puree ,cheese and pepperoni and then grill them ? Like little flatbread pizza's , the list of uses goes on and on ! :)

    Tip, if your mix seam a little sticky, worry not. Add flour. This recipe is very forgiving, pat off excess before putting onto hot griddle.

    Cook all fltbreads, sometimes just before serving (And these can be made a few hours in advance and left covered) add some garlic butter and fresh corriander and grill for 30 seconds for wonderful garlic flatbreads !

    Enjoy !

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