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Flax Flat Bread

Posted by Solitary Dancer on March 21, 2006

This is the most versatile recipe ever. You can make this with some italian seasoning and use it as a base for pizza. You can change the spices to Splenda and a bit of cinnamon and have a sweet treat Perfect to add some Fluff n Nutter to.

Flax Garlic Onion Flatbread

This is like a moist flat bread that you can use like a pita or a wrap.

In a small bowl mix dry ingredients:

2 1/2 tbs flax meal
1/4 tsp baking powder
onion powder to taste–go lightly
garlic powder to taste
dash of salt

Then:
Add one egg (I used one jumbo)
1 tbs melted butter
1 tbs water

Mix

Pour into 8″ glass pie plate that has been sprayed with pam and spread till it covers entire bottom.
Cook uncovered for 3 mins in the microwave on high. I usually cook it for 2 1/2 minutes. It depends on the wattage of your microwave.

I comes out about 1/4″ thick and pliable. Let cool. You can spread tuna salad on half of it and flip it over like a pita. Use it as a pizza base. Use it for anything it’s great and easy. Just change the spices around to whatever you like.

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