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3 Ingredient Flatbread with Goats Cheese and Red Onion

A delicious lunch to share or a lovely sharing bread when you have guests!

The goats cheese and red onion combination is one that has been around for a long time, and there is a reason why. Its just such a great flavour! On this flatbread it is so delicious!


Servings 2

15 Minute Preparation Time

30 Minutes Cooking Time


INGREDIENTS

100g Self Raising Flour

100g Natural Yogurt

1tsp Baking Powder

2 Red Onions

1-2tbs Brown Sugar (depending on how sweet you like them)

1tbs Balsamic Vinegar

100g Goats Cheese


Balsamic Vinegar (reduced)

Mixed Seeds

Salad


METHOD

- In a bowl, measure out the raising flour, baking powder and yogurt. Mix well with a spoon until it comes together

- Now flour your work surface and add the dough, knead until it is well combined and form a ball. You may need more flour if the mixture if sticky

- Place the ball of dough in the bowl, cover and leave to rest until you need it again.

- Now slice your onions nice and thinly

- Add 1tbs oil to a frying pan and get to a low/medium heat

- Cook the onions in the pan for 10 minutes, sweating them down until lovely and soft and starting to brown

- Throw in the vinegar and sugar and stir and cook for a further 5 minutes, then leave to cool

- Heat the oven to 180c/350f

- Now, flour the work surface and take your roll of dough. The dough can make one large flatbread or two smaller ones, its up to you!

- Flour the dough and rolling pin and roll out into the best circle you can do (my flatbreads are never circular)

- Heat a large dry frying pan and add the flatbread. Cook for a couple of minutes then flip and cook for a further minute.

- Add your onions across the top and then add chunks of your goats cheese across the top of the flatbread

- Now put the flatbread in the oven to melt the cheese and warm everything through. This should take around 10 minutes

- Serve with a lovely salad and ENJOY!


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