Whether you've recently started your journey with the wonderful world of California grown-and-bottled caymus wine or have been enjoying this particular nectar for years, you undoubtedly want to savor all its forms and uses. If you haven't yet started cooking with red wine, you're really missing out on some wonderful meals. However, cooking with red wine involves more than just adding a splash or two to soups or stews that are simmering on the stove.
Made from a simple mixture of flour, water, and salt, flatbread is typically unleavened, or made without yeast. Since it doesn't rise during the baking process, flatbread features a crisp, crunchy texture when baked, which makes it ideal for making pizzas and other easy-to-eat treats.
Traditional flatbreads are plain, but there are many varieties to satisfy any taste. You can find savory flatbreads flavored with spicy jalapenos, curry powder, black pepper, Italian herbs such as basil and oregano, along with rye, caraway seeds or rosemary.