Look no further to find fantastic recipes for flatbreads including Indian chapati, garlic naan, parathas and roti. We also have pitta bread, homemade tortilla wraps, Swedish crispbreads and more.
A fairly quick garlic naan that I experimented with. This dough can be used for pizzas and bread as I do all the time and it is a big hit with the family. I make a double batch of dough at a time, leave it to expand and then what I don't use I put in the fridge.
I make it for my diabetic husband all the time. Serve these with your favourite fish or vegetable dish.
This is an easy recipe for pitta bread. Use your bread machine to help the dough rise easily, otherwise - cover and let it rise in a warm place.
Serve warm, homemade tortillas with a Mexican or South American dish and you're sure to impress your guests. These are absolutely delicious.
This authentic Indian naan recipe goes well with Indian curries with a lot of sauce.
These flour tortillas are easy to make, chewy and absolutely delicious. Enjoy them as fajitas or stuff with sandwich fillers for a satisfying wrap.
Tortillas, either made from wheat flour or cornmeal, are the basic bread that accompanies almost every meal in Mexico. These flour tortillas are easy to make and they have a multitude of uses – serve with meals in place of bread, make wraps with sandwich fillings, or roll round a savoury mixture, sprinkle with cheese and bake.
This classic Indian flatbread is a cinch to make. They are perfect with any Indian themed dinner and also make a delicious sandwich wrap.
This wonderful bread is chewy, garlicky and very cheesy. It's easy to make and everyone will love it. Enjoy with Italian dishes or salad.
The Indian chapati, sometimes called a 'roti' is the purest form of bread in that it contains no yeast or additives. It is fantastic to use as a savoury accompaniment or wrap but also as a base for a breakfast treat. I make them regularly for breakfast and with curry dishes. Once mastered they take only a few minutes. There are some key aspects to the method though and I know many Indians who can't make them! Key things: Use an iron based pan (non stick or otherwise), use a lot of flour when rolling out so that they don't stick to the surface. Roll on a flat surface like marble, granite or as good a formica top. Make sure the pan is really hot! 3 minutes to make up ingredients, 1 minute to make!