Flatbread with greens
What could be tastier, easier and more affordable than crunchy bread, fresh herbs and fragrant olive oil? In this recipe these ingredients combined into an excellent tandem, the result had these crispy tortillas stuffed with fragrant fresh herbs


  • Flour

    500 g

  • Water

    150 ml

  • Water, carbonated

    70 ml

  • Butter

    60 g

  • Salt

    2 tsp

  • Sugar

    2 tsp

  • Black pepper

  • Greens

    100 g

  • Olive oil

    40 ml

  • Salt

    2 tsp

  • Garlic

    4 tooth


Sift flour, add salt, sugar and black pepper
In a food processor with attachments knife to mix the flour at low speed, pouring in hot water (at least 60C) and even to the state, to 40-60 sec. Without turning off the combine, pour in sparkling water and then the melted butter. Mix for another 60 seconds.
The dough will be so cool, but pliable and elastic
To put it in a bag and leave to rest while will prepare the filling.
For the filling - greens good wash and coarsely chop
Transfer to a food processor, add the salt and peeled garlic
In pulse mode, chop the greens, adding olive oil.
Divide the dough into 4 pieces, padpilot the table with flour and roll the dough in one direction in a long and thin "language." What already will be a long "tongue", the wider and thinner are cakes. Roll out the dough as thinly as possible, it is very flexible and is rolled out very easily and quickly
Lubricate with green oil the dough
And roll it on the long side roll, the roll then roll the snail. Do not turn too tightly.
If the scones turned out thick, gently hold their hand or lightly roll with a rolling pin. The dough may break, let this not discourage you.
In addition to the greenery, to the rest of the tortillas, you can add grated cheese, chopped boiled egg or cottage cheese. By the way, if the garlic in the stuffing confused, you do not need to add, but I assure you, after heat treatment smell, just a light pleasant finish. Fry tortillas in vegetable oil on both sides until Golden brown, under cover, on medium heat. The crust of the finished cakes is very similar to the pasties are crispy and bubbly at the expense of mineral water.
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