I’ve been baking bread at home for a long time…and I usually turn to a number of flatbread recipes whenever the urge strikes me. This week, I share three of my favorites: My All-Purpose Flatbread, Mana’eesh, and Indian-style Naan.
I am really enjoying your weekly emails Jack. Fantastic content.
This guide is exactly what I needed as someone who is constantly intimidated by making flatbread because I compare mine to what my mom makes. That being said, I do enjoy making naan and must try your recipe! Fabulous photos here.
These all look so amazing! As a gluten free family (not by choice, by necessity) homemade bread has been an historically tricky endeavor. We've got one really great recipe, for a dense, crusty bread, but nothing more than that. Maybe after I make it Broadway I'll take another stab at gluten-free bready goodness! 😉
We are in for a rainy weekend, and attempting flatbread or naan is now on my list of rainy day activities. Thanks, Jack! I love naan but can’t get it locally.
Love bread, love naans (last year I managed to make some myself for the first time ever - it was a huge breaking point for me!) Since I moved out from my old apartment, I've been really missing my fave falafel place. I'll for sure try to make wraps like yours. Thanks for the inspiration, Jack! ✨
I've been threatening to bake my own bread for about 20 years now. Maybe longer. The urge overtook me again recently, when I bought a gorgeous loaf of sourdough from a woman at an illegal speakeasy farmer's market here in Florida. (A story for another day, for sure.) She told me she was planning to teach breadmaking classes soon... I'm still waiting. But in the meantime, maybe I'll gin up the nerve to make naan, which I adore. Thanks for the encouragement, Jack!
This makes me want to find time for baking (while acknowledging that’s not likely). Sounds amazing!
I want to make them all! On my way to get ingredients.-
Awesome. I’ll try most of them! I’m particularly intrigued by the Mana’eesh.
I agree with the smell of bread triggering childhood’s memories. For me it would be the smell of ‘pain au lait’ my mum used to make. It was delicious.