This Easy Homemade Greek Yogurt Garlic is a fuss free, quick bread recipe with no need for yeast or of hours proving. Grilled in minutes, covered in yummy garlic and herb melted butter, you have to try this recipe!Print
This Easy Homemade Greek Yogurt Garlic is a fuss free, quick bread recipe with no need for yeast or hours proving Grilled in minutes and covered in yummy garlic and herb melted butter!
- Self raising flour – 450g
- Greek yogurt – 420g
- Salted butter – 125g
- Fresh Basil – 2 x large handfuls chopped
- Garlic – 6 x cloves finely chopped
- Salt – 1 x teaspoon
- Vegetable oil for greasing the grill
- Pre heat you gridle pan to a medium high heat.
- Sieve your flour and salt into a large bowl. Add your Greek yogurt to the flour mixture then use a large wooden spoon to mix. You will then need to use your hands until the mixture forms a rough dough ball.
- Add some excess flour to a clean work surface, place the dough ball on the surface then kneed for 2-3 minutes. Flour your hands and the dough ball often to prevent the mixture sticking. Once the dough ball is a smooth texture roll into a long sausage log. Use a large knife to then cut the dough log into 10 equal portions. Flour your hands again and use your palms to roll each piece into a small ball.
- Flour a rolling pin and your clean work surface. Place a dough ball on the surface then use the rolling pin to roll the dough into an oblong flat bread shape (approximately half a centimetre thick). Lightly grease you gridle pan, add the flatbread to the grill. Cook on each side for 2-3 minutes. I usually do two at a time, but this depends on the size of your grill.
- Whilst the flat brads are cooking melt your butter in the microwave for a couple of seconds. Then add your chopped fresh basil and garlic to the melted butter and mix. Once the flat breads are cooked brush with the melted herb/garlic butter mixture, then serve.
Best served hot! But you can also keep in an airtight container once cooked, in a cool area or the fridge. Wrap in foil and reheat in a toaster or oven. The flat breads also freeze well, wrap in foil individually, freeze up to one month.
Keywords: Bread, Baking