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When it comes to Shawarma, one important ingredient is the bread. This is kinda confusing because this flat bread comes in many names. You can call it a Nan bread, and Pita bread, and some also call it Chapati. Oh well, since I'm using it for a shawarma recipe, it's called the ultimate soft and perfect Shawarma bread. Ok internet, no more arguing!
One thing I like about making my own homemade Shawarma bread is I can easily make it at home, and even if I don't use it for a shawarma sandwich, I can just pair it with a simple youghurt garlic sauce, or pair it with my homemade hummus.
¼ cup warm water
1 tablespoon active dry yeast
Pinch of salt
2 cups of flour
Extra flour for dusting
½ cup of regular water
1 tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil (you can substitute vegetable oil)
- Mix the warm water and yeast, and leave it for 5 minutes for the yeast to fully activate and bubbles up.
- In a large bowl, mix the flour, salt, yeast, and water. Then massage the dough to a soft and smooth ball.
- Brush the bowl with oil, and lightly coat the dough with the oil as well.
- Let the dough rest for 45 minutes and cover with a kitchen towel.
- Using a wide surface area, or a wide chopping board. Dust it with flour.
- Then cut the dough in equal portions. For this recipe, I managed to make 6 shawarma breads.
- Using a rolling pin, carefully roll the small dough until it forms a flat circle. Dust it with more flour if it gets too sticky.
- Now using a flat pan or griddle over low-medium heat, lightly rub it with the oil. Leave your pan to warm for 1 minute.
- Then place the flat dough, and let it cook for 30 seconds to 1 minute, or until you see bubbles form up. Then flip the other side to cook.
- Serve warm as is with a dip or use it for a Shawarma sandwich.
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