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For those who do not know tortillas they are thin unleavened flatbreads made with corn flour (masina harina) and they are used as a base for tacos and burritos. This recipe is very simple and guarantees the preparation of traditional and authentic Mexican tortillas. Moreover, tortillas are gluten-free and lactose-free so they are perfect type of flatbread for those who are allergic or intolerant.
This bread is easy and quick to prepare. It'a very tasty savory brioche / cake flavored with pecorino and smoked cheese that goes well with the delicate taste of broccoli. Excellent for dinner or lunch can be eaten either hot or cold.
Fast and delicious buns made in the pan. Fragrant and flavorful with a light scent of natural yogurt. Perfect with stews also as a snack with a thin layer of jam.
After the great success of the regular cloud bread I decided to find a solution for those who would like to try it but are allergic to lactose. For those who do not know the cloud bread it is a delicious frittata/omelet that was baked in order to be used as a bread slice. In this version I use coconut milk and a handful of fresh rosemary to add some extra flavor. Personally between the 2 recipes I prefer this one because the cloud bread becomes more compact and tasty.
This savory bread is fast and easy to prepare. Soft and delicious with a salty taste of smoked salmon that goes perfectly with dill. A simple and tasty bread.
Some time ago I saw a tv show that spoke of Scandinavian history and among many interesting facts they mantioned this simple recipe for a Viking bread. Taken by the curiosity I decided to try to recreate it using a non-stick pan instead of a heated stone in the bonfire: D. The mix of oat flour* and potatoes is definitely worth tasting. The bread (a kind of flat bread/tortilla) remains soft and full of flavour. It is perfect with some smoked salmon and a sauce made of yogurt, lemon juice and fresh dill.