Préparation pain plat marocainAl Fez
Moroccan spices bread mix fo rauthentic homemade flatbreads
Homemade bread is at the heart of Moroccan cuisine and culture. Flatbreads are a symbol of hospitality in Morocco as they are usually shared with guests. Carry on this North African tradition by welcoming guests to your table with this Moroccan Flatbread mix. Perfect with some melted vegan butter. Also try with soem shredded jackfruit or your favoutiter veganb meat and vegetables and plenty spices.
Ingredients: Bread Mix: Wheat Flour (Fortified with: Calcium Carbonate, Iron, Niacin, Thiamin), Seasoning (7%) (Paprika, Chilli, Garlic, Cumin, Sugar, Salt), Sesame Seeds, Olive Oil: Refined Olive Oil, Extra Virgin Olive Oil
May also contain nuts, peanuts, milk, soy, Celery, mustard
Store in a cool, dry place
You will need some flour for the work-surface, a rolling pin and some vegetable oil
1 Pour the bread mix into a bowl, add olive oil sachet, 100ml cold water & mix to form a dough ball.
2 Split into 4-6 even portions sizes. Sprinkle flour onto work surface & roll each portion into a thin (1-2mm) flatbread shape.
3 Pour 1tsp vegetable oil into a shallow pan and heat on medium heat. Place flatbread in & cook on one side for 2-3 mins.
4 Brush top of flatbread with a little veg oil (optional) then turn & cook on the other side for a further 2-3 mins.
5 Serve warm or brush with melted butter.
Makes 4-6 breads
You can also try this mouth watering recipe:
- Make 4 large Flatbreads according to the instructions
- Drain the a can of chickpeas and toss them in harissa (or sauce of your choice) to coat evenly (optional: roast in an oven preheated to 200 C for 20 minutes for crispy chickpeas)
- Spread 1 TBSP of vegan yogurt on each flatbread and top with chickpeas, radishes, tomatoes, onion, pickled chillies and rocket
- Garnish with parsley, a sprinkle of sumac and a drizzle of oil