These flatbreads are a sort of cross between Indian naan breads and Mexican tortillas. They're used for breakfast, lunch or dinner and carry, complement or mop up whatever is being served with them. Apparently, in the old days, if a Navajo woman couldn't whip up a batch of fluffy flatbreads, her chances of marrying a decent bloke were pretty low. No pressure! These are brilliantly simple to make.
Nutritional Information - Amount per serving:
- Calories 271kcal
- Carbs 42.5g
- Sugar 0.8g
- Fat 7.4g
- Saturates 1.1g
- Protein 7.8g
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