With this Greek Herb Cheese Flatbread, no one will ever think of Meatless Monday as boring. The dough can be made in advance, so then it’s just to add some delicious toppings and bake or grill.
Looking for a delicious and interesting way to transform your holiday leftovers? How about putting them on top of a delicious flatbread? I used some broccoli on this flatbread, but maybe you have some leftovers roasted or sauteed mushrooms. Any vegetable like bell peppers, zucchini, eggplant, mushrooms, spinach can be used instead of the broccoli and tomatoes in this recipe.
Once you have the base dough made, then this comes together quite easily.
In my cold winter apartment, the dough took about 2 hours to rise, but it may take less depending on the climate where you live.
Want to make it a complete meal and add a Greek dessert to compliment this Greek flatbread for dinner? Here are some Greek desserts you might want to check out!
- Galaktoboureko – Greek Semolina Cake
- Koularakia – Greek Butter Cookies
- Kourambiedes – Greek Almond Cookies
The Flatbread Dough
The dough can be made in advance. You can put the dough together and then put in the refrigerator for a slow overnight rise. Then just bring to to room temperature and then use normally.
This flatbread can also be cooked on a grill, instead of the oven.
IN THE MAKING – HOW TO MAKE GREEN HERB CHEESE FLATBREAD
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