Here's the thing:
I am currently experimenting with a Oshawa diet #7 and I discovered that I can make these tasty flatbreads in my frying pan.
However, the issue is that after each flatbread is done I have to wash the pan with a wet sponge, as either flour or small parts of the dough will get burnt and stick to the pan.
This means that I have to then wait for the pan to reheat again and this, together with the washing, makes the process a lot longer.
Here's what I tried so far:
- I've tried removing any excess flour before frying, but some dough parts still got burned and got stuck.
- I put baking paper on top of the frying pan. This worked, but the baking paper got burned after each flatbread and I had to replace it each time.
- I also tried baking them in the oven. Although, it did work, the flavor and texture are different.
- My final attempt was buying a stone-effect frying pan, hoping that the cleaning process would be almost zero. True, it is far easier to wash than my previous pan, but it still takes a lot.
Now, what I would like to know is if there are other ways cooking these flatbreads (without oil) what would make the process faster and more efficient.
Thanks in advance for the help!