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How to Make Lavash Bread at Home | Starters Recipe | Armenian Flat Bread Recipe | Payal’s Passion

Lavash bread is originally from Armenia and it is very popular in Middle Eastern countries also.

This recipe is a healthy version of crispy Lavash crackers. The traditional recipe uses all-purpose flour but we made it with whole wheat flour and it did not lose the taste or crunch.  These lavash chips will be crispy crunchy and healthy too as they are made with whole wheat flour. Most importantly they are baked and not fried and not fried. This recipe is yeast free. Lavash Bread or crackers are a perfect party snack and it goes really well with any kind of dip. As they are homemade, baked and made with whole wheat flour you can have them guilt free.

Oregano mix, which is basically an Italian seasoning, gives lavash bread a unique taste, so you can even enjoy them without any dip too. Olive Oil and sesame seeds adds to its nutritional value as everybody knows sesame seeds are considered as super food.

Lavash bread is commonly served with Hummus. But you can enjoy these flavorful crispy crackers with babaganoush, garlic dip and various varieties of hummus.

So without further delay let us start making these crispy, crunchy, toothsome Lavash Bread.


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How to Make Armenian Flat Bread
This Armenian Delicacy is light and filling at the same time. Follow this Step-By-Step recipe to make this Armenian Flat Bread at Home.
Lavash Bread Alt Image
Course Starters
Prep Time 10 Minutes
Cook Time 15 Minutes
Course Starters
Prep Time 10 Minutes
Cook Time 15 Minutes
Lavash Bread Alt Image
  1. To a mixing bowl add 1 cup Whole Wheat Flour, 1 Tsp. salt, ¼ Tsp. Baking Soda, 1 Tsp. Oregano Mix & 2 Tbsp. Olive Oil. Mix well to merge the ingredients.
  2. After mixing knead the dough using the water. The dough should not be too tight or too soft. It should be just right.
  3. After Kneading the Dough, cover and let it rest for 15 to 20 Minutes. Meanwhile pre-heat the oven at 180° Degrees for 10 Minutes.
  4. After letting the dough sit for 15 minutes, make dough balls as per the size of your baking tray.
  5. Roll the dough balls using a rolling pin and some whole wheat flour. Roll a big oval shaped bread with a thickness that is a little more than the regular roti or to your taste and linking.
  6. After rolling the bread, prick the bread with a fork. This would ensure that the bread would not puff up while baking.
  7. After pricking sprinkle a little sesame seeds on one side of the bread and roll a little more. This is done to fix the sesame seeds into the bread.
  8. Grease the baking tray with oil using a brush. Now place the rolled bread on the baking tray. Make sure the side where we sprinkled the sesame seeds should face up.
  9. Using a pizza cutter, cut the bread on the baking tray in a zig-zag pattern to cut triangles on the bread.
  10. Apply a little oil on the bread using the brush. This ensures good color and proper baking.
  11. Bake the bread in the over at 180° Degrees for 10 to 12 Minutes.
  12. The bread is ready after baking. Let it cool down to room temperature before serving. Serve with
Recipe Notes

Contact Chef: Payal Jethani

Goes well with: Served with Middle Eastern Dip Hummus. You can also enjoy this bread with babaganoush, garlic dip and various varieties of hummus.



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