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    How to make Pita Bread without yeast | Homemade Yeast free Pita Bread Recipe

    My Wife made a batch and it does taste good.
    If you run out of bread this is easy and taste good.

    It is better to have less thunder in the mouth and more lightning in the hand. Apache

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    And while we're wandering the desert over the next 40 years or so maybe it might make sense to learn how to make matzo...just saying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blues View Post
    And while we're wandering the desert over the next 40 years or so maybe it might make sense to learn how to make matzo...just saying.
    Matzah recipe
    Ingredients
    All-purpose flour 4 1/2 cups (sifted).
    Warm water 3/4 cup.
    Olive oil 2 tbsp.
    Salt 1 Tsp.
    Sea Salt, Flaky.

    Instructions
    Put flour, olive oil, salt into the bowl.
    Mix until it formed doughs.
    Sprinkle some flour to a wooden plate that you will use to roll over the dough.
    Pad the dough with the sprinkled flour on a wooden plate.
    After the dough padded well (not sticky) cut it to 8 pieces.
    Take 1 piece of the dough and roll it over with a rolling pin until it wide flat.
    Use a fork to make a hole to the flatten matzah dough. This will keep matzah from rising too much.
    Sprinkle some flaky sea salts on the top of the matzah dough.
    Put in the dough in a preheated oven (500 degrees) for 2 minutes.
    After 2 minutes, flip matzah and close the oven again for another 2 minutes.
    Take out the matzah from the oven.
    Matzah is ready to serve.
    Recipe Notes

    Its recommended to preheat the oven first for a more accurate recipe. You can season the matzah to your liking, like pizza toppings (with tomato paste and cheese on top) or chocolate. After rolling over the matzah to flat, cover it with either olive oil or water for softer texture.
    It is better to have less thunder in the mouth and more lightning in the hand. Apache

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    Those look awesome. Will try. If you are short on yeast, look up The NY Times No Knead bread recipe. Used only a tiny bit of yeast and is super easy.

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    Gave the recipe to my wife. She's about ready to put it in the oven. These are hard times.
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    Naan bread is another easy one that taste good, and makes for a great wrap or pizza base.
    Just flour, plain greek yogurt, baking powder, and salt- sadly, going keto means I haven't made it for a while and forgot the recipe.
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    Have we talked about how good homemade hummus is?

    In a food processor:

    1. Canned garbanzo beans
    2. Some Tahini
    3. Olive Oil until the texture is right.
    4. Some spices
    5. Squeeze in a lemon.

    Even without looking up a real recipe that has amounts and a procedure in it, you can beat 90% of store bought stuff just by mashing the components together in random amounts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRoland View Post
    Have we talked about how good homemade hummus is?

    In a food processor:

    1. Canned garbanzo beans
    2. Some Tahini
    3. Olive Oil until the texture is right.
    4. Some spices
    5. Squeeze in a lemon.

    Even without looking up a real recipe that has amounts and a procedure in it, you can beat 90% of store bought stuff just by mashing the components together in random amounts.

    You can add
    Garlic!
    Salt, black pepper
    Cumin
    A dash of a smokey hot sauce, or a nice smoked paprika
    You can use the bean liquid to adjust the texture
    I just taste to get the lemon/tahini ratio right
    Food processor works well

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    Quote Originally Posted by peterb View Post
    You can add
    Garlic!
    Salt, black pepper
    Cumin
    A dash of a smokey hot sauce, or a nice smoked paprika
    You can use the bean liquid to adjust the texture
    I just taste to get the lemon/tahini ratio right
    Food processor works well

    Bean liquid is good
    Clearly I forgot it here
    Homemade is the way.

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    Maybe with talented students I would lube up with baby oil and then go at it.

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