Super Seedy Quinoa Flatbread

A high protein, high fibre flat bread with a delicious crunch.

About this Recipe

I love a flat bread recipe and this one is probably the best one I have come up with to date. It is so delicious and easy to make, all you need is a high speed blender to create the batter and some inspiration on what to add to it! Using quinoa, plant milk and baking powder as the base, you can add literally anything to it. Spinach, kale, tumeric and cumin are my favourites and I always like to top my flat breads with sliced garlic, drizzled olive oil, seeds such as pumpkin, sunflower, sesame and especially nigella seeds as they have the most amazing flavour. This flat bread is delicious dipped in hummus or any other bean flavoured dip. Use it in the place of crackers or toast. It is best eaten immediately, but if you are going to keep it, refresh it in a hot oven for 5 mins or you could even stick it in your toaster to crisp it up.
You will need:
How to make it:
1 cup quinoa (rinsed well in cold water for a couple of minutes)

1/2 cup plant milk (I used Rebel Mylk)

1 tsp baking powder

1 tsp tumeric/cumin or both

A large handful of spinach/kale

For the topping:

1 clove garlic thinly sliced

1 tablespoon pumpkin seeds

1 tablespoon sunflower seeds

1 tablespoon nigella/sesame seeds

Drizzle olive oil

Freshly ground salt and pepper

How to make it:
Heat the oven to 200 degrees C.

Put the rinsed quinoa, milk, baking powder, tumeric, spinach etc in a high speed blender and blitz into a thick batter.

If you need to you can add a little more water, but not to much. The batter needs to be quite a thick consistency.

Spoon the mixture out onto a lined baking tray and spread out evenly. It should be about 1/2 a cm thick.

Sprinkle all the seeds on and scatter the garlic evenly. Drizzle over olive oil and then salt and pepper on top.

Put into the oven for about 20 mins then take out. Be careful not to tear the flatbread as you need to use a spatular to peel it off the paper and either put back in the oven on the rack for 10 mins so the bottom can bake or turn the flatbread over on the baking tray to put back in the oven. Either is fine.

Take out, cut up, try not to eat it all in one sitting and enjoy!

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