This Vegan Dukkah flatbread Recipe is really hearty and full of flavour. If you’ve been getting bored of your basic seasoned bread well this recipe will take your cooking to whole new level. You may have tried these pita breads if you’ve been to the Middle East or Egypt as the spice Dukkah has its roots in Egyptian traditions. It is loved for its earthy, nutty, rich taste.
Now, if you are wondering what to eat this with this, I’d definitely recommend houmous, a curry or even a lentil stew. Let me know what you like to eat with this Vegan Dukkah Flatbread Recipe by tagging me in your Instagram photos. I’d love to connect with you. Thank you for stopping by!
Vegan Dukkah Flatbread Recipe
- For the Dukkah Flatbreads:
- 200g flour, + extra 70g to add if necessary
- 150ml hot water
- 7g dry yeast
- 1 tsp sugar
- 50ml olive oil
- flax egg (1 tbsp ground flaxseed + 20ml water, mixed)
- pinch of salt
- olive oil, for frying 2 tbsp Dukkah
- Mix the yeast and hot water together in a large flat bowl, to dissolve the yeast. Then add sugar and stir to dissolve.
- Mix in the olive oil, flax egg and salt, then add 200g flour and mix with your hands until all incorporated. If necessary, gradually add the remaining 70g flour until a nice round ball of dough is formed and is not too sticky (the amount of extra flour needed will depend on the quality of the flour that you use).
- Cover and rest for 30 mins at room temperature.
- Remove cover and empty onto a floured surface. Fold dough into itself a few times, and then cut into 5 equal pieces. Roll each piece out into small round flatbread shapes, adding more flour to prevent sticking.
- Heat a small amount of olive oil in a frying pan and add the flatbreads one at a time. Cook for a few mins on each side until nice and charred.
- Put flatbreads onto a platter, brush with olive oil and sprinkle with some Dukkah.