Sunday, October 18, 2015

Saturday Sandwich 79: Man'oushe

The man'oushe is a Lebanese flatbread filled with vegetables, yoghurt and za'tar (a spice mix from the Middle East) then rolled up and cut in half.

Ingredients: flatbreads, yoghurt, za'tar, tomatoes, red onion, mint and olive oil


Chop up the tomatoes, mint and red onion.


Make up some flatbreads.


We made some za'tar from a recipe online, you then add some oil to make it spreadable.


Spread the za'tar on the still warm flatbreads then add tomatoes, mint and red onion. Spoon on some yoghurt and then roll it up.


The man'oushe had a really interesting flavour. The best part of making them was spreading the za'tar mix on the warm flatbreads, it smelled amazing. I liked the taste combination of mint and yoghurt with the red onion and tomato giving some texture to the flatbreads. Having the flatbreads freshly cooked and warm was lovely and made it much easier to roll them. An enjoyable meat-free sandwich experience!

Ratings: JD - 3, Emma - 3

Next Saturday - Roast Dinner Sandwich

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