Easy yogurt flatbread made with no yeast and just 4 ingredients! The texture is soft and a little bit chewy and the flavor is just slightly tangy from the yogurt. Serve this flatbread in place of pita or naan, or just slather the flatbread with butter and eat it warm, straight from the skillet!
This is a fun and easy yogurt flatbread recipe, one that you can make with your kids and eat immediately, slathered with butter. Instant gratification!
The texture of yogurt flatbread is soft and chewy, similar to naan or maybe even a thick flour tortilla, and the flavor is just slightly tangy from the yogurt.
If you're willing to invest a little more time and technique into making yogurt flatbread, you can try out the recipe on Smitten Kitchen, which involves staggered resting and rising of the dough. Her recipes are always great.
But it you're feeling like you just want to make some quick and easy flatbread with your kids and maybe serve it with dinner in about 20 minutes, then this recipe is for you.
Although it's fantastic as an afternoon snack all on its own, you can also serve this chewy flatbread with Mediterranean grilled chicken with cucumber yogurt sauce, Sheet-Pan Vegetarian Shawarma or chickpeas and spinach.
Yogurt Flatbread Ingredients
- All-Purpose Flour
- Baking powder
- Greek Yogurt
- Mix together flour, baking powder, salt and yogurt
2. Keep kneading with your hands to incorporate all of the yogurt into the flour. After several minutes, you should end up with a ball of dough that has a texture that is similar to playdough. If the dough is too wet and sticky, sprinkle in a little more flour.
3. Separate the dough into 6 smaller balls. Roll the balls out into thin, round flatbreads
How to Fry Flatbread
This flatbread dough is cooked in a skillet with a thin layer of oil. It fries for just a few minutes on each side to brown the outside and turn it into warm, slightly puffed up bread.
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