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    Default What do you do with Flat Bread?

    What are you supposed to use Flat Bread for? Dave came home with some today and I have no clue what to do with it. Its a big round FLAT loaf of bread.
    Any ideas? LOL

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    Well McDonalds make's grilled chicken sandwichens out of it..lol. I've neved actually seen a whole loaf.

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    I don't know, communion bread? Hmm...I'd probably spread some cream cheese and sliced celery or cucumber, or break it up to dip in hummus...or something like that

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    You girls aren't much help. lol
    I guess you just tear some off and eat it. *shrug*

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    try pizza or a kind of hoggie\sub..just spread mayo or whatever u decide to use for sause.then put your meat and cheese(or what ever u decide to use..put this in the middle..roll...like a wrap and eat or if tis too much cut in half or thirds../

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    Originally posted by karlisangel
    Heather!

    don't you just love humus. Yummy
    Yum! I love hommus--think I'll have a bit with my lunch today

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    grneyegrl.... its to thick to roll.

    What the heck is humus/hommus?!?

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    yep I sure do love hummus

    Sherry, hummus is made from garbanzo beans(chick peas) and you mix in some garlic, oil, other spices ...blend it up real nice so it's got a thick texture, but it's still dippable/spreadable

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    you could cut it into squares or wedges and spread tuna salad or chicken salad on it.

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    You eat it! I couldn't resist.
    I think you can use it like forcacia(sp) put tomatoes, olive oil,basil,onion,S&P and heat. Or use it like a pizza crust.

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    Mmmm that sounds good Darlene.

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    Definitely make focaccia bread...delish!!!

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    If they are like the Pita Bread you can do a number of things with it. We do Grilled Chicken, Burritos, Beef Strips, Grilled Pork Chop Strips, Tuna, Hummus, Or you can tear it into strips and use for dipping. Pizza works great on flat bread. Be creative!! Try something new with it and let us know what you came up with.

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    Just an idea....

    cream together some cream cheese, sour cream and ranch dressing packet (or Onions garlic and parsley), then layer with raw veggies, like crumbled cauliflower, broccli, tomatoes, olives, and lightly sprinkle with finely shredded cheese.

    with a pizza cutter, slice into at least 8 slices.

    This also works with other dough like cooked crescent rolls mashed together at the seams and cooked. Then layer on ingredients.

    You can add to or take away to your family's likes and dislikes.

    Substitute Guacamole for the sourcream and cream cheese above and layer on taco meat, olives, refried beans, rice, and cheese sauce or shredded cheese, run under the broiler just a minute or two t melt the cheese.

    And you can sub the Gaucamole above for refried beans and top like above and add olives.

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    Mmmm I'm getting hungry!

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