Grilled flatbreads with Rosemary Oil
This Recipe, is inspired by Jamie Oliver and I am a hug fan of his cooking. The things he can do with food is incredible and delicious. Thanks to Jamie I have found my childhood passion for the kitchen and I just realized how much I miss cooking and working in the hospitality industry. Credits go to Jamie Oliver 🙂
What you will need?
- 1 batch basic bread dough
- plain flour, for dusting
- olive oil
- few sprigs of fresh rosemary, leaves picked
- sea salt
Okay now onto the instructions:
Follow my basic bread recipe through steps 1 to 4. After the dough has doubled in size, you need to knock the air out of it by bashing it around for a minute. Now it’s ready to be transformed into pizzas or flatbreads.
Tear off chunks of the dough and roll out your bread, shaping into slightly irregular oval shape rounds, about 0.5cm thick.
Oil the grill on the BBQ, then lay the flatbreads on top of the grill and cook them for about 3 minutes. Turn them over and cook for another 3 minutes until they are golden brown, crispy and slightly charred – this’ll give them a real barbecued flavour.
Take the flatbreads off the barbie. Mix a couple of lugs of olive oil with the rosemary leaves and brush (or drizzle) over the hot breads. Sprinkle with salt and serve straight away while still warm.
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