Lobby - flat bread with beans

Submitted by enr on 09 Aug 2013
250 ml milk
250 ml water
1 package dry yeast (11d)
1/2 tbsp sugar
1/2 tbsp salt
3 cups flour
2 tbsp sunflower oil
400 g beans
3 cloves garlic
1 bunch coriander
70 g bacon
50-70 g butter
Lobby - flat bread with beans
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Bean is placed in lukewarm water and leave to soak overnight. Changes the water and put to boil until soft. Once ready rinsed with lukewarm water and grind to a paste. Add fried bacon, salt and chopped coriander and garlic. In a deep bowl is getting into the milk, water, sugar, salt and yeast. Add 1 cup of the flour, to obtain a dough for stuffed. Leave aside to rise. To risen, the dough add the oil and remaining flour. Involved smooth, elastic dough (should not be too hard). Leave in a warm place to rise again. Divide into 6 equal parts, each of which is rolled pita to the size of a saucer. Good ends are thinner in order not to get too thick layer of dough in the shaping. In the middle of the pita put the filling in the form of a pile, large approximately as it was before the piece of dough are rolled. Collect all of the pita over the filling and lightly pressed. Turns and rolled in pita, not thicker than 1 cm. The buns are baked in a dry skillet over medium heat first one and then the other side. Once you are ready to smear on both sides with butter and stackable to take well the butter and keep warm longer.
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09 Aug 2013


Very delicious and aromatic breads, thanks for the recipe :) I did a 1/4 dose (two) and I took three, as the pan completely filled, so I think the set dose will receive more than six rolls total. Also, a little salt will not be superfluous - and the filling and dough, and a little more bacon - but this is a matter of taste.

Nevi, I'm glad you're pleased with the outcome. As far as I can see, the rolls have you become thinner, so are more. Of course, depends on how large skillet them rules. Salt - I've given amount of dough. In filling each assess how to put on taste.

vanja, looked to be more plump, not more than 1 cm, but I might have thinned more. I liked how boring, sometimes flat bread stuffed them boring and filling begins to pierce the dough, but here with bean puree and chopped bacon was not a problem. I used canned beans (boiled it a little further is softer) and I saw enough of salty bacon ... as it is, is not good to eat very salty anyway :) The important thing is that they were delicious and probably will do them again.