Tick of Yum

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Posted by Bee & John on October 29, 2010 at 5:25 PM

You know those little packets of lavosh?  Those EXPENSIVE packets of lavosh?

why not make them?  Easy Peasy :)

I was watching a cooking show (John used to watch them alone... gee how the world has changed) and there's a NZ chef that does some really lovely dishes... I just HAD to try this one and these are delicious!!!  So quick, so easy, so CHEAP!

125g plain flour

40 g wholemeal flour

2 tablespoons of sesame seeds

2 table spoons of poppy seeds

1 tablespoon of chopped fresh herb (eg: oregano, rosemary)

1 tsp salt

125g water

60g olive oil

Heat the oven to 160oC

mix all ingredients in the Thermomix bowl

mix on speed 5 for 5 seconds

set on closed lid position

knead for 1 minute

Take dough out of bowl

divide into 4 pieces

role each piece out thin.. Thin... THIN!  Paper thin

Cut into long rectangles

Brush with oil and sprinkle with salt

Cook until brown.

HINT: roll out the pastry on the baking sheet you are about to use.  It is a little tricky to transport the extra thin pieces to a tray otherwise

LESSON: remember - do NOT cut on the Thermomix baking sheet!

LESSON: the browner they are, the crisper they are - black is no good tho :)

Categories: Easy Specialties, My own Recipes, My Favourite Recipes