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Gluten Free Teff Flatbread

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Ingredients

Adjust Servings:
50g Teff flour
1.5 TBSP warmlike Water
2.5 TBSP Coconut Oil Or Ghee (1.5 for batter)
1 Organic Cage Free Egg
1-2 pinch Atlantic Sea Salt
3/4 TSP Baking powder (Aluminium free)
Dried Oregano
2 TSP Apple Cider Vinegar

Nutritional information

219
Calories
13.6g
Total Fat
10.1g
Saturated Fat
82mg
Cholesterol
124g
Sodium
18.3g
Carbohydrate
3.1g
Dietary Fiber
0.2g
Sugars
5.9g
Protein
8cg
Vitamin D
50g
Calcium
2mg
Iron
30mg
Potassium

Gluten Free Teff Flatbread

Gluten Free Teff Flatbread is a version for a healthy Mediterranian flatbread or pita

  • 10 minutes
  • Serves 2
  • Easy

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My Gluten Free Teff Flatbread is my version for a healthy Mediterranian flatbread or pita. The teff is loaded with fibers, manganese, iron, calcium and a good source for protein and it’s also gluten-free. A few less known benefits of the Teff are:

  • Improve digestion
  • Help with weight loss
  • Promote cardiovascular health
  • Naturally balance hormone levels
  • Boost immunity
  • Relieve PMS symptoms
  • Support bone health
  • Manages Diabetic symptoms

 

The teff is native to Ethiopia.  The teff is a crucial and important part of Ethiopian food. The Ethiopian bread called, Injera, is made from teff and it’s the base of all their meals. Although Ethiopia is known for the teff, it is also grown in India, Australia and even a few states in the USA.

Nowadays health stores and even online store sell teff flour and it’s easy to find. It’s also super easy to make this flatbread teff recipe. It takes about 5 minutes and you have a healthy flatbread that pairs well with butter, avocado and even to dip in Shakshuka. The inspiration for this recipe was taken from the blog low tox life.

Some will say that it’s an acquired taste, but, since my kid loves this flatbread teff recipe i think you will love it too. The secret to making this a great flatbread is to keep frying the teff batter until it gets a nice color and getting crisp. Once it’s crisp on both side i take it out and eat it while it’s warm.

When i make the teff bread i use coconut oil but it has a wonderful taste when using ghee too (or butter).

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Steps

1
Done

1. Add all the ingredients to a bowl except 1 TBSP of oil to keep for frying and stir well to combine everything together. Let it sit for 2 minutes
2. Warm up a pan with the remaining ghee or coconut oil

2
Done

1. Add the batter to the pan and fry it on the first side at list 2-3 min and flip.
2. Do the same on the other side. Touch the bread carefully if it's soft it needs more cooking if it's crispy it's good.

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