Turkish ‘Lavaş’ (lah-VAHSH’), sometimes called ‘balloon bread,’ is thin and crispy and puffs up high as it cooks. It’s served piping hot with a hollow center full of steam as an appetizer before kebab meals along with Turkish ‘tulum’ goat cheese, chunks of unsalted village butter and spicy tomato and pepper crush called ‘ezme’ (ez-MAY’).
Thank Gosh for Pinterest! When T'other half has ran off with the iPad whilst away and it had my man'ouse recipe link on it.....oh, lovely Pinterest means I can keep it here now!!! THIS is one of my fave sunday breakfasts. I make my own Labnah and can buy the zaatar at Waitrose! = Lebanese man’oushe, za’atar flatbread DELICIOUS!