I got a fetish with these as we would generally pick them from a local bakery for our weekend munch. Lavash are thin crisps sprinkled with black sesame seeds. Common in middle eastern cuisine, as in a bread form or Crackers. But they are usually leavened. That means that there is a use of yeast.
For me, it took me just a few weeks to get to a perfect recipe and tweak it to my taste. I am quite playful with flavors. Multiple experiments are essential when I start with something new on my recipe notebook.
A recent revelation of using sourdough discard
Recently I started baking sourdough bread, and as a compulsive experimentalist, I end up with loads of sourdough discard (essentially those who understand sourdough would relate to it). Then my baker friend suggested me to add them to my lavash. I shall soon bring a whole series on sourdough, Till then you may enjoy them with the alternate of adding sour curd to the recipe as suggestedand enjoy making them.
I enjoy it simply because I tend to bake them every week, the day I feed my starters ( again a sourdough regime). then I experiment a lot, by adding various spices in different batches.
A healthy snack
The best thing about them is my kid’s binge on them. The best snacking mantra is keeping the healthy ones accessible. I always keep a large box on the table, with many homemade dips for the kids to choose from.
So go ahead bake some for ur family or the forthcoming party at home. I am sure you will love these.