Leftover Roast Chicken Flatbreads

This is the simplest bread recipe on the planet, and uses up leftover chicken from the recipe I posted yesterday. Please don’t be put off by the idea of making your own bread – I promise that it won’t take you more than 10 minutes and will be absolutely delicious! When you’ve got this recipe under your belt, you’ll be able to experiment with toppings – it is such a versatile bread and will go with just about anything. This makes a wicked lunch, brunch or midnight snack. I’m so proud of this!Ingredients

  • 3 tablespoons of Self-Raising Flour
  • 1 tablespoon of Extra Virgin Olive Oil
  • Leftover Roast Chicken and Vegetables, pulled with a fork
  • Feta Cheese
  • Chilli Sauce
  • Chives

Method

  1. Tip the flour onto a clean working surface and create a well in the middle. Pour in the olive oil and 2 tablespoons of water. Use your hands to bring it all together, and work into a dough – it’ll probably take about a minute. You may need to add some more water or flour, depending on the humidity of your room and how generous your tablespoons are.
  2. Use a rolling pin (or wine bottle!) to roughly roll the dough. It should be about 0.5cm thick. Don’t worry about the shape; as long as it fits in your pan.
  3. Get a dry frying pan on a high heat. Lay the bread dough in the pan and cook for about 3 minutes, or until golden and delicious. Turn half-way through to cook both sides.
  4. Transfer the bread to a plate and pile high with the chicken. Sprinkle with feta, tear over some chives and drizzle with chilli sauce. Finish with a little black pepper and enjoy!
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