Friday, 18 May 2018

Rach Eats Lunch: Flatbread Cheesy Chip Butty

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Flatbread chip butty easy recipe


Uh... I haven't actually made Wednesday's meatloaf recipe. Because... here come the excuses... one, I wasn't quite ready to make it, two, I forgot to take the mince out of the freezer. So yes, that's got me off the hook. I will be making that meatloaf bad boy soon, except you'll have absolutely no idea when I've made it. It'll be there, waiting for you. Because it's already scheduled in for you to read. And you probably already have. God, how confusing. In other news, the stomach bug is neither a stomach bug, or other stuff... ladies, you'll know what I mean. Today, I've certainly did a bit more in terms of work, I think yesterday I ran out of stuff to keep myself mentally stimulated. It turns out not recipe-wrangling and sitting down is really quite boring. Also, speaking of boring, I appear to be going through a reading drought - I just can't seem to get into a book like I used to. I've only read one this year, and normally by now I'm on number eight. What is that all about? Eh. I don't know, either.

So, this recipe was properly on a whim - inspired by yesterday's chip butty, I made it again but turned it into a flatbread, because, you know... ran out of bread... it is simple five minute food and you can add whatever you fancy to the butty, whether that's salt and vinegar (mmm), tomato sauce or even sweet chilli. Oh, here I come with the sweet chilli joke again - don't tell your kids! (It's not even funny, but hey.)




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Flatbread Chip Butty
Alright, butty?
Ingredients
  • 110g self raising flour
  • 70g plain soya yoghurt
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 40g grated cheddar cheese
  • 1 box microwave oven chips
Instructions
Start off by weighing out the flour, salt, cheddar cheese and soya yoghurt into a bowl. Beat it all together until it forms a properly sticky dough.Heat up a panini press, and pop the flatbread dough between two pieces of baking paper. Roll it out to 1-2cm thickness, and pop it on the panini press for 2-3 minutes until hot and fluffy.While you wait for the flatbread, get yourself some microwave oven chips and pop them in the, well, microwave. Cook them as per the box instructions.When the flatbread is finished, peel back the paper and add the oven chips to one side of the flatbread. Season with any condiments, and fold the flatbread over the top. Cut it in half and eat immediately.
Details
Prep time: Cook time: Total time: Yield: Makes 1


So yeah, that was today's lunch. Again, it was fairly plain food, just to try and dislodge the stomach bug monster, but I loved it, as you do! Give this a go and let me know.

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