This is probably the most Super Simple Yogurt Flatbread you’re ever going to make! It’s only got three ingredients, and only two if you don’t add salt! Seriously only these three! You dry fry them so there’s not even any oil or butter used while cooking them. You can be eating them in less than 10 minutes if you get moving now too!

This is how it’s done:

Delicious Yogurt Flatbread – Start Here!

To start making Super Simple Yogurt Flatbread, Tip 2 cups of flour, and half a teaspoon into your sifter. This one is a three-level sifter so just one pass through creates a wonderfully aerated result. You don’t need to sift, but in doing so, you will get a lighter result in the flatbread.

Yogurt-Flatbread - cooking at home is fun
Yogurt-Flatbread – cooking at home is fun

Sift flour into a mixing bowl and be sure the bowl is large, that way you will avoid a big mess to clean up when it overflows.

Yogurt-Flatbread - cooking at home is fun
Yogurt-Flatbread – cooking at home is fun

Add yogurt.

Yogurt-Flatbread - cooking at home is fun
Yogurt-Flatbread – cooking at home is fun

Use a spoon and start mixing.

Yogurt-Flatbread - cooking at home is fun
Yogurt-Flatbread – cooking at home is fun

Initially it will seem to be futile, but before too long it will look like pea sized lumps like this:

Yogurt-Flatbread - cooking at home is fun
Yogurt-Flatbread – cooking at home is fun

Gently forming the dough

That’s the first sign of progress, at this point, you can put one hand in and start pressing it together.

In just about a minute, it will become a sticky lump like this:

The dough is formed - cooking at home is fun
Yogurt-Flatbread – cooking at home is fun

sprinkle a little flour over your work area:

The dough is formed - cooking at home is fun
Yogurt-Flatbread – cooking at home is fun

Dividing the dough into portions

Gently roll the dough out to a sausage shape, then divide into 6 equal parts and roll into balls:

Dough balls - cooking at home is fun
Yogurt-Flatbread – cooking at home is fun

Yogurt Flatbread – Flattening

Start heating the pan now, because it’s all going to move fast from this point!

Flatten and roll the dough ball into a round flat shape, around 25cm in diameter, or less if you prefer it to be thicker.

The rolled out dough - cooking at home is fun
Yogurt-Flatbread – cooking at home is fun

You don’t need to be all that neat here, the ragged edges give them that “street food” appeal anyway.

Yogurt Flatbread – Time to cook!

Once the pan is slightly over medium heat, drop in the first flatbread round.

Cook for about a minute or so until it starts to bubble up on the top, then you can flip it over and do the other side for about a minute too.

Meanwhile, as each is cooking, prepare each of the other flatbreads.

This is about how many bubbles are right - cooking at home is fun
Yogurt-Flatbread – cooking at home is fun

Don’t look away for too long or they can easily resemble a balloon!

Each as it almost turns into a balloon - cooking at home is fun
Yogurt-Flatbread – cooking at home is fun

It doesn’t affect the taste by them puffing up, but the bottom can burn if you leave it too long.

The final result is Simple and Delicious Yogurt Flatbread!

In the end you will have some wonderfully light and flavoursome flatbreads.

The yogurt really gives it something special and for the 10 minutes or so it takes to make them, you might find they find their way onto your weekly menu as often as you have spare yogurt on hand!

Super Simple Yogurt Flatbread - cooking at home is fun
Super Simple Yogurt Flatbread – cooking at home is fun


Recipe Card

Super Simple Yogurt Flatbread

The flatbread that ANYONE can make!
Prep Time8 minutes
Cook Time4 minutes
Total Time12 minutes
Course: Side Dish
Cuisine: Fast Food, Indian, Middle Eastern
Keyword: fast food, flatbread, simple, yogurt
Servings: 6
Calories: 0.77404kcal
Author: cooking at home is fun
Cost: $4

Equipment

  • medium frypan
  • mixing bowl
  • mixing spoon
  • measuring cup

Ingredients

  • 2 cups Self raising flour
  • 1 ½ cups Fresh greek yogurt
  • ½ tsp salt

Instructions

  • Sift to combine salt and flour into a medium mixing bowl. Add yogurt and mix to form dough. It will seem like it won’t come together at first, but persist, it will work! Once the mixture resembles a bowl of pea sized globs, you can gently press it together using your hands.
  • Don’t knead like regular dough, light work will keep the flatbread light too. Roll the dough into a sausage shape so it’s easier to divide into equal sized portions.
  • Start heating the fry pan to medium. Divide into 6 portions and roll into balls.
  • Roll the dough balls one at a time into flat circles around 25cm in diameter, or less if you prefer them thicker.
  • Add the flattened dough circle into the heated fry pan and cook gently until bubbles start to appear in the top. (about a minute or so) The flip the flatbread and cook the other side for about a minute too.
  • While each flatbread is cooking, roll out the next one. Before long you’ll be a flatbread machine pumping out delicious carb circles to the amazement of everyone!
  • After all the flatbreads are cooked, you can serve immediately, or store in a plastic bag to use later. They can be reheated in a pan or briefly in a microwave if you want them warm.
Super Simple Yogurt Flatbread - cooking at home is fun
Super Simple Yogurt Flatbread – cooking at home is fun

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