4 Best Uses for Flatbread

If you think of any more delicious ways to use flatbread, let me know.

baked falafel lemon tahini sauce

Baked Falafel Sandwich with Lemon Tahini Sauce

baked falafel lemon tahini sauce

Mediterranean Lemon Chicken Gyro with Tzatziki and Feta

Mediterranean Lemon Chicken Gyro with Tzatziki and Feta

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Crispy Garlic and Ginger Tofu

Crispy Garlic and Ginger Tofu

Crispy Garlic and Ginger Tofu

BLT pizza

BLTizza

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25 thoughts on “4 Best Uses for Flatbread

  1. denalee

    Yummy! All the stores I have searched in Seattle don’t seem to carry the brand that looks like your pics. Do you make your own or do you have a local store that sells these? I am willing to drive within a 200 mile radius to score these puppies…….

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  2. Johnny

    I’ve got to get back to making flatbread. It’s soooo easy! In the time it takes to find the right store you could have already found the recipe you like and be making your own any time you want them!! I have soft pliable flatbread every time and I can adjust the size to what I’m doing. Try it,you’ll find success is easier than you think. (not only that but you’ll know what’s in it) :)
    Andie those wraps look faanntastic!!!

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    1. Ellen Renee

      Johnny – do you care to share the recipe you use? I am not a bread maker but would be willing to give it a shot if I could enjoy Andie’s yummy recipes

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  3. Lee

    Ok. This is just getting strange. I *just* made something very similar to the lemon chicken last night! And I was going to do traditional fried falafel this week too but maybe I’ll give your baked ones a whirl. Thanks!

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  4. Angela @ Eat Spin Run Repeat

    Yummm I love your flatbread recipes! When I lived in the Middle East, we’d always get shawarmas on flatbread and they were so much more delicious than some of the ones I’ve had since returning to Canada. I’m thinking it must be something magical about the sauce!

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  5. Bee

    Oh good! The falafel was on my to-cook list before my hiatus and now that that’s over I was going to go digging in your posts to find it again. Thanks for posting it again! :)

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  6. Sharon

    I like topping whole wheat flatbread with a schmear of hummus and a bunch of roasted veggies (onions, pepper, zucchini and broccoli is my favorite combo).

    Also, a ladle of pasta sauce on a pita and an over-easy egg smiling up at me in the middle. The broken yolk mixed in with the sauce is soooo good.

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  7. Kristie

    That looks like some of the freshest, most doughy pita bread I’ve ever seen. Gimme one of those falafel wrappers please and huge thank yous!

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  8. Ellen Renee

    UGGGHHH you are killing me! :o) When you posted these recipes the 1st time they made me soooo hungry. I have looked everywhere for a flatbread that looks as delicious as the ones you use – no luck. Even went to Evansville Ind – an hour away and the closest “city” to me and looked at many stores. I guess I need to do some research on making my own.

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  9. Rachel @healthy_chicks

    Wow, this looks delicious (and gorgeous)! You should open your own restaurant. I LOVE LOVE LOVE falafel or everything Mediterranean on that note. I’ve never attempted to make my own, but hey, there is a first for everything. Thanks for sharing Andie!

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  10. Kelli

    I was skeptical about the baked falafel but it turned out wonderful. Even the husband said he much prefers to the baked to the fried. We’ve got a new go to in our home! Thanks!

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