Dip-able

19 Jan

I promised to include a recipe today for homemade lavash. “Real” lavash is an Armenian flatbread – a crackerlike bread. This version is made from store bought flour tortillas! Word to the wise – the higher the fat grams per tortilla, the crisper the end product. Today I used Ole Xtreme Wellness, high fiber tortilla wraps. They are virtually fat free – just 1.5 grams per tortilla – so the end result isn’t as crisp. I still love this version for a low carb dipping option. When you have savory appetizers like baba ganoush or hummus, the cracker is just a vehicle for scooping!

This recipe is from L’Dor V’Dor (2003), the Adath Jeshurun Women’s League Cookbook. (Translation: From Generation to Generation). I am a proud third generation member of the Adath Jeshurun Congregation in Minnetonka, Minnesota.

Lavosh

1 package large-size flour tortillas

Seasonings: garlic powder, onion powder, salt, sesame seeds, poppy seeds

(Use Trader Joe’s bagel seasoning for one-stop sprinkling!)

Wet one side of tortilla under a kitchen faucet. Lay on a cookie sheet (should be able to fit two per sheet). Sprinkle with seasonings as desired. Bake about 10 minutes in a 400-degree oven until light brown and puffed up. Watch them carefully so the tortillas do not burn. Break into pieces when cool.

If you’re interested? I have an extra copy of this book. I will mail it to the first person to email me a name and address!

2 Responses to “Dip-able”

  1. Bonnie Wunsch January 19, 2021 at 10:44 pm #

    Anyone claim that cookbook yet?

  2. Hadassa Levenson January 20, 2021 at 7:41 pm #

    Connie,

    I am loving your blog posts!! Of course want the winning banana muffin recipe, and if no one else has asked for the extra copy of thw Temple cookbook, my address is 1228 west ave apt 1415 Miami Beach, FL 33139

    🥰

    Hadassa Levenson 862.668.1668 hadassa1909@gmail.com

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