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Flatbread - what is it?

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Flatbread - what is it?

I've been looking at lots of different menus and Flatbreads topped with all kinds of wonderful stuff are listed on many.

Are these open topped sandwiches, naan bread or more like a pizza?

Have these just not made it as far as Yorkshire or do we call them something else lol?

Whatever they are, they sound absolutely delicious (or is that just because I'm on a really strict diet for the next 49 days and everything just sounds delicious???).

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1. Re: Flatbread - what is it?

i think its like a naan bread/ pizza bread

i think lol

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2. Re: Flatbread - what is it?

In the US, it is like a thin crust pizza but smaller. There is a chain called Urban Flats that makes really good ones too.

Edited: 23 February 2012, 13:27
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3. Re: Flatbread - what is it?

yes like a lower cal pizza. Places like Prezzo's etc do them here. My missus usually get them in Cheesecake factory as they are a bit healthier, I prefer the full fat pizza !

Edited: 23 February 2012, 13:27
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4. Re: Flatbread - what is it?

They sell them in Sainsburys in the bakery area or in the chilled food area near pizzas.

I love them! :0)

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5. Re: Flatbread - what is it?

Bahama Breeze do flatbread as a starter. As above, it's like a very thin crust pizza.

Ideal as a main for kids or veggies,

David

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