Easy Yogurt Flatbreads is the perfect side dish for your curries! With simply 3 ingredients & No Yeast, this soft flatbread is ready in less than 30 minutes.
Super fun to make and tastes delicious!
SOFT HOMEMADE YOGURT FLATBREADS RECIPE
Flatbreads are something that I make a couple of times a week and serve them with our favorite Vegan Chana Masala, Vegetarian Rogan Josh, or Dal Makhani. We also love some Cucumber Raita and Pickled onion along with it.
You can make Flatbread with whole wheat flour, plain flour, self-raising flour, buckwheat flour, spelt flour or any other flour that’s stocked in the pantry.
The most common flatbread in India is known as Phulka Roti, and they are made with wholewheat flour and are super healthy. I can have them literally every day just like rice.
Have you ever made stuffed flatbread? Aloo Paratha, Cauliflower Paratha, Paneer Paratha, Kidneybeans Paratha are some of my favorites too.
To make Soft flatbreads, you need to be mindful in using the right proportion of liquid to the flour. You can use warm water for obtaining soft flatbreads, however I like mine with yogurt. They lend an extra softness to the dish.
Ingredients you will need
Self Raising Flour
Greek Yogurt (at room temperature)
How to make Easy Yogurt Flatbreads in 3 easy steps?
Step 1 – KNEAD TO A SOFT DOUGH
To make Soft Homemade Flatbread dough, I have used an Equal-weight of Flour and Yogurt. Knead them to a soft dough, then add some oil and knead again for another minute.
Although kneading the dough by hand is therapeutic, sometimes I would prefer to add the flour, yogurt to the bowl of my stand mixer and let it do the muscle work.
Step 2- RESTING
You can start making your flatbread right away. However, I prefer the dough rest for 10 – 15 minutes, for softer bread.
Step 3- MAKE FLATBREADS
Divide the dough into equal portions and roll each dough into a 6-7 inch disk.
Heat a non-stick frying pan over high heat. When the pan is hot enough, place the rolled flatbread on the pan. When you see the bubble appearing, flip the flatbread and cook for a further 40-50 seconds. Transfer the flatbread to a casserole dish lined with tissue paper and keep it covered.
When the first flatbread is getting cooked, I prefer to make the second one in the meanwhile.
Repeat the process for the remaining dough until all the flatbreads are made.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How to make Self Raising Flour at home?
You can easily make self raising flour at home with Plain flour and Baking Powder. For every 100g of Plain Flour, add 1 tsp of Baking Powder and mix well. This recipe for Homemade Self Raising Flour is the recipe for UK Self Raising Flour.
What flavors can I add to the flatbread?
There are so many flavors to explore. I love to flavor my flatbread with garlic butter and coriander leaves. Sometimes I would also love to use Kasuri methi and garlic.
One other favourite is my 10 minutes FLATBREAD PIZZA. This flatbread works great for the pizza.
How to store the flatbread?
Very rarely we have any flatbreads left. However if any, I like to wrap them in foil and store it at room temperature up to 2 days.
Sprinkle some water and reheat them in the microwave and serve.
YOU MAY LOVE TO SERVE THIS QUICK & EASY FLATBREAD WITH THESE CURRIES BELOW
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NO YEAST YOGURT FLATBREAD RECIPE BELOW
- 250 g Self-raising flour self rising flour
- 250 g Greek Yogurt
- 1 Tbsp Olive Oil
- 1/2 Tsp Salt Optional
- In a large mixing bowl, combine flour, yogurt, and salt.
- Knead them together into a soft non-sticky dough. Add oil and knead again for a minute.
- Allow the dough to rest for 10 – 15 minutes.
- Divide the dough into 8 equal dough portions.
- Pick one dough ball at a time and roll into a 6-7 inch disk.
- Heat a non-stick frying pan over high heat. When the pan is hot enough, place the rolled flatbread on the pan. When you see the bubble appearing, flip the flatbread and cook for a further 40-50 seconds.
- Transfer the flatbread to a casserole dish lined with tissue paper and keep it covered.
- When the first flatbread is getting cooked, I prefer to make the second one in the meanwhile. Repeat the process for the remaining dough until all the flatbreads are cooked.