Easy to make, cheap, taking a good but plain meal to another level. Honey and lemon chicken with these superb.
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You should be able to find Dukkah in an import shop. Waitrose also sell it. It would not be that hard to make your own. Google it!
Mix all the dry ingredients in a bowl, I use a balloon whisk. Fold in the yogurt and a dash of olive oil. If it’s too dry add more yogurt, if it becomes too wet add more flour. Knead until well mixed, you don’t need to go mad, like you would for normal bread. No proving is required. Leaving the mix for half an hour may have an effect, I don’t know. Roll in to golf ball sized or slightly bigger. Roll out the flat breads, I use a rolling pin. A bottle could be used. Most of the world shapes flatbreads with only their hands. Place on a baking parchment sheet on a tray at 200 degrees or somewhere near. Take them out when they have gone brown (about ten minutes).