I am not a baker. That being said, I tried several recipes for flatbread from this site and found them lacking (for my ability). This was, by far, the best and easiest recipe. I did not use the nutmeg because I did not have any on had. I tried them very flat and a little fluffy; baking and frying. Baking makes it very crusty, as does rolling them out real thin - but less oily. The ones I rolled out but not too much fluffed up during cooking. I cut one of each in quarters and very gently opened it with a knife. It worked just like pita bread. Tasted better, in my opinion. For the viewer that said the bread was bland: maybe so, but store-bought pita (in my opinion) is bland, so..... This recipe, however, wasn't as dry tasting as the store bought kind. I am so excited to have found a recipe i could actually follow with great success and am looking forward to adding garlic (to the butter) and other herbs for a different taste.
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I am not a baker. That being said, I tried several recipes for flatbread from this site and...