Lavash (Masala/Atta/M.grain) (200gms)

Lavash is a traditional flatbread originating from Armenia, Iran, and surrounding regions in the Middle East and Central Asia. It is known for its thin and soft texture, making it versatile for various culinary applications. Different variations of Lavash include Masala Lavash, Atta (whole wheat) Lavash, and Multigrain Lavash, each offering a unique flavor and nutritional profile. These flatbreads can be enjoyed as a standalone snack, paired with dips and spreads, or used as wraps for sandwiches and kebabs.


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Lavash is a type of unleavened flatbread that has been a staple in Middle Eastern and Central Asian cuisines for centuries. It is typically made from flour, water, and salt, and then rolled out thinly before being baked in a hot oven or on a hot griddle.

Flour (either all-purpose, whole wheat, or a combination of grains and seeds for multigrain Lavash)
Optional: Indian spices for Masala Lavash, additional grains and seeds for multigrain Lavash
To prepare Lavash, the flour, water, and salt are mixed together to form a smooth dough, which is then divided into smaller portions. Each portion is rolled out thinly into a flatbread and baked in a hot oven or on a hot griddle until puffed up and lightly browned.
Once baked, Lavash can be served warm or at room temperature and is often torn into pieces and used to scoop up dips, spreads, or savory fillings. It can also be folded or rolled to make wraps for sandwiches, kebabs, or other fillings, adding a delicious and nutritious touch to any meal.


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