While flatbread originated in ancient Egypt, many cultures have since adapted this popular and delicious bread to create different variations across the board. From naan in India to the tortilla in Central America, many different cultures have put a twist on this simple recipe and conformed it into their traditional cuisine. Long story short, there is a lot you can do with flatbread, making it a wonderful addition to any menu.
Flatbread is an unleavened bread, meaning it’s made without yeast to eliminate the traditional rising that happens with bread before baking. This savoury bread can be eaten on it’s own or used as a wrap, but one of the most popular variations of flatbreads is its use as a base for pizza.