Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Tomato Onion Flatbread!

Good morning! Danny and I got back into our Tuesday routine of going to the gym before work today. He missed out on the gym last week because he didn't have a ride since I wasn't going to work.  I usually do some sort of interval workout on the treadmill on Tuesday mornings, I find it goes quicker that way and I don't get bored. 

Today I am sharing another recipe I made last week, when I also made the muffins, scones, goji bars and flax crackers. I am still reaping the benefits from that busy baking day. I love being able to make a bunch of recipes in one day and then throw everything in the freezer. It makes it so much easier when I have to go to work and I can just put things in ziplocs/storage containers and get them ready to go the night before. 

Tomato Onion Flatbread
I adapted this recipe from Rawmazing.com. It is a great resource for recipes and raw eating. 

  • 1 C Almonds Soaked overnight
  • 2 C oat flour (original recipe calls for soaked wheat)
  • 1 C Ground Flax
  • 1 Clove Garlic
  • 1 C Tomato Puree (from fresh tomatoes)
  • 1 C Water
  • 1/2 sweet onion (diced in food processor)

* I used oat flour instead of wheat because I didn't have any wheat. I also thought that this didn't work because it took SO long to bake. I just kept leaving it in and going back to it during the day because it was mushy for a long time. Finally it got flat bread like. You will be able to tell the difference when it is ready. 

This flatbread is very simple to prepare it just takes a long time in the oven. Again, if you want to cook it faster you can raise the temperature of the oven, which I will probably try next time I make this! 
It goes well with dips/hummus, salads, really anything you can think of! 

Okay, time to go to work! Give this flat bread a try when you have some free time! What is your favorite type of bread to eat??


Jessica @ How Sweet said...

That looks delicious! And you are using the oven and not a dehydrator? How is it working out?

Simply Life said...

I really think I need to have dinner at your house! :)

pegasuslegend said...

you REALLY are getting great pictures on these post, these are terrific!

Trix said...

I bet this is really yummy. I suspect that it took so long to get crunchy because of all that liquid from the tomato puree - I wonder how it would be if you used some thin-sliced, salted tomatoes? Maybe wouldn't take so long?

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