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  • n. Plural form of flatbread.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • In the living room, men and women of middle age nibbled at nuts and flatbreads around a fortepiano.

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  • Of course a full complement of flatbreads, the puffy pizza-like-but-different breads from the oven; we dug into one with house-made merguez sausage $18 and tomato jam, with Aleppo pepper drizzled on top.

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  • What is more likely, that the wheat flour based flatbreads used for tacos Árabes are certainly related to pita breads from the Middle East.

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  • A wood-burning stove, the center of Harth's open kitchen design, will serve dishes like flatbreads and fire-roasted chicken.

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  • Daring Bakers dried fruit duck easily made vegetarian eggs fall spices family recipes flatbreads french toast frittata frozen dessert fruit ganache garlic scapes glass noodles goat cheese grapes green beans ground turkey guava hazelnuts hominy

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  • Big circular flatbreads called mankouche (pronounced man-oosh) are covered in tomato and red-pepper paste, chard or sorrel, salty cheese or za'atar, and fired in a scorching wood oven until they bubble and blacken.

    A taste of Beirut

  • With menus based on hummus, flatbreads, fresh herbs and bold flavours, much of his food is rooted in Lebanese traditions.

    A taste of Beirut

  • Three 9-inch flatbreads, such as Flatout Healthy Grain Honey Wheat flatbread (may substitute Fabulous Flats nan; see headnote)

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  • Other dishes worth ordering include the "dry-cooked" wild mushrooms, chilled roasted eggplant and green chilies tossed with black vinegar and sesame oil, and rabbit cooked with pine nuts and served with mini flatbreads.

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  • Serve in flatbreads or pitta with salad for a main course or with a yoghurt dip for asnack.

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