Flatbread recipe for passover
A really great recipe that is so easy to prepare, it’s hard to believe that it’s kosher for Passover! You basically just have to mix the ingredients and cook on a pan. These only take 10 minutes to prepare.
Makes 18 flatbreads
20 cm pan
240 grams potato flour (2 cups)
140 grams matzah flour (1 cup + 2 Tbsp)
1 tsp salt
1 tsp sugar
1 egg / 2 heaped Tbsp of raw tahini
1/2 tsp baking powder
80 ml oil (1/3 cup)
650 ml water (2 cups + 3/4 cup)
1. Place all the ingredients in the bowl of a mixer (not mandatory) and operate on low speed until everything is well combined and runny. You can also make these without a mixer, just make sure you mix everything well.
2. Heat a pan, you don’t need to use any oil. Use a ladle to pour the batter into the pan and tilt the pan from side to side so the batter covers the entire bottom of the pan.
3. Wait until bubbles form and then flip for a few more seconds, and transfer to a plate.
It’s important to use a good non-stick pan. (I’m actually so grateful to my mom for buying me a set of good quality pans).
Don’t worry if the first couple don’t turn out well, just keep at it.
I recommend staying close to the pan, the flatbreads cook quickly.
Don’t let the batter stand. Make it right away and mix it really well.
Just to reiterate, you don’t need a mixer to make these. I didn’t use a mixer in the video clip. The only thing you need to do is to mix the batter really well.
Also, you don’t need any oil beyond what you add to the batter. The pan cooks these on dry heat.
Not suitable for baking, only for pan toasting. You can make a batch, let cool, and wrap well. They keep well for a few hours, no need to refrigerate.
We keep kosher for Passover and this is a great option for the holiday. It’s much better than matzah or Passover rolls, and the kids love to eat these all year round.
The best part is that these are ready in 10 minutes. You don’t need to prepare them in advance and they are super easy to make.
These are the flours I used in the recipe. I have no idea how they will turn out with other flours. Make sure you use precise amounts.
These are good for savory or sweet fillings, or even on their own as a snack.
You can buy kosher for Passover baking powder.
Did I miss anything or have I answered any possible question you may have? I’m sure I missed something.