PRAWN ‘N’ BASIL FLAT BREAD


This is a bread flattened like a pizza,made with

semolina and flour .

Made a very sticky dough first,allowed a single

rise,and then added a little flour to only enable

handling of the dough.

Just spread the dough on the baking tray .

Though it looked uneven and rustic ,the bread

was soft .

Made the filling with sautéed garlic,prawns and

fresh basil leaves. ( I cut the prawns, but my

suggestion is to leave it whole ).

Made a white sauce mixed it with the prawns ,

and placed portions of soft cheese (quark) .

Sprinkled chilli flakes,mixed with apple cider

vinegar and olive oil before serving .

It was a lovely dinner ,easy off the table 😀.

So let’s get into the recipe

INGREDIENTS

For the dough

1 cup semolina flour

2 cups flour

1.5 tsp instant yeast

2 tbsp sugar

A pinch of baking soda

1 tbsp olive oil

1 tsp salt

METHOD

Set aside 1/2cup flour.

Mix in the rest of the ingredients with

lukewarm water to a sticky dough .

Allow 1 rise.

Add remaining flour and mix .

Divide into portions of your choice .( 1 made 2

big bases ). You can try mini bases too.


For the filling

Ingredients

250-300 gm cleaned and peeled prawns

1 capsicum chopped

2 big tomatoes chopped

1 small zucchini chopped

5-6 garlic cloves

2 tsp Kashmiri chilli powder

1 cup milk

2 tbsp flour

2 tbsp butter/oil

1/2 tsp pepper

100-200 gm Quark cheese or any of your choice

Method

Heat butter in a pan ,add the prawns chilli

powder and salt ,and sauté for 5 minutes.

Add basil leaves and garlic and mix well .

Add flour and mix well .

Gradually add milk with the rest of the

ingredients .

Once it starts to thicken remove from fire.

Now spread this filling on the prepared dough.

Bake in a preheated oven 200C for 20 minutes .

Remove from oven .

Spread chilli paste.

Serve!


For the paste

3-4 tbsp chilli flakes

1/4 cup Apple cider vinegar

1-2 tbsp olive oil

A little salt

Mix all ingredients together and apply lightly

on baked bases and serve.

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