An easy and fluffy flatbread recipe made without yeast. A quick option when you don’t have time to make yeast dough. We think you’ll love the softness and suppleness of this flatbread. Perfect as a gyro, shawarma or doner kebab wrap. Or dip it in tikka masala or butter chicken as naan. The possibilities are endless!
I love fresh homemade bread. I now bake bread with yeast more often, but I still find it easier to bake bread without yeast.
Maximum taste, maximum delicious results with minimum effort – but without compromising on the final result. That’s my ultimate goal and the spirit that underlies every recipe.
I have tried many flatbread recipes over the years. Culinary flatbreads from blogs, cooking sites, home cooks, real-life cooking shows (yes, Master Chef and My Kitchen Rules!), serious cooks, celebrity chefs, and more.
However, I always found them to be too doughy (e.g. those that only use yogurt as a moist ingredient) or too crunchy to use as wraps unless moistened with lots of butter. Absolutely delicious. is. But not what I wanted. So this recipe is my take on the perfect flatbread recipe.
How to make Flatbread – with NO yeast
This flatbread recipe is made without yeast. It is very easy to prepare, just knead for a minute or two.
And really soft and huggable. It’s soft, so it can be used as a wrap and won’t tear.
And I used this as a “nan” to accompany the butter chicken. When making it like naan, you can bake it with a slightly stronger heat to give it a big brown color, and it will look like real naan! The crust will be a little crispy and won’t work as well as the wraps like the ones pictured above. )
If you’ve never tried homemade bread, this flatbread recipe is a great place to start. The worst thing that can happen to this flatbread recipe is to bake it too hot, making the outside too crispy and cracking when you roll it up. or lightly brush with oil or butter to wet the surface.
If you’ve never tried homemade bread before, this flatbread recipe is a great one to start with because it really is that easy. The worst that can happen with this flatbread recipe is that the heat is too high when you cook it so the exterior ends up a bit too crunchy and cracks when you roll it. If that happens, just spray it with olive oil or brush lightly with oil or butter and it will moisten the surface.