So this is a random post, but being lactose intolerant it can be a pain in the bum to find something nice to have with a curry. You can’t just go to the shop and buy Naan breads because no matter what they have bloody milk in them! So i thought I would find something easy that can be made whilst your curry is either on it’s way to you or stewing in the pan… Flatbread.
What you will need
- 250g Self-Raising flour
- 2tbsp oil (I used Sunflower oil)
- 150ml water
- seasoning/flavour of your choice
What to do
1. In a medium bowl mix your flour, oil and water until it forms a dough.
2. On a lightly floured surface kneed your dough ever so slightly until it looks more combined and soft.
3. Roll your dough into a sausage shape and cut into 6 pieces. Roll into ball shapes and leave on your floured surface for 5 minutes.
4. Once your dough balls have rested, roll them out until they are about 1/2 cm thick
5. Whilst you do this next step, put your dry frying pan over a medium heat…. Brush each dough circle with a little bit of oil and sprinkle over your desired flavour/seasoning (I chose Parsley). Turn the circle over and do the same on the other side.
6. Place in the now heated pan for roughly 1 minute per side or until you get the look and colour you are after. Don’t worry air bubbles will form.
7. Once they are cooked they are ready to go!
Including the rest time I think these took me 10 minutes to make! And for a first attempt they really were not bad and not greasy at all! This recipe comes curtsy of Tesco online recipes.
I know this was a really random recipe but Christmas is coming and hopefully I’ll have a couple of make-up reviews to soon.