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flatbread

[ flat-bred ]

noun

  1. Also flat bread. any of various often unleavened breads baked in a flat, usually round or oval shape, as those eaten in India, the Middle East, and Italy.
  2. Also flat·brod [] a thin, waferlike bread, usually rye, baked especially in Scandinavian countries.


flatbread

/ ˈflætˌbrɛd /

noun

  1. a type of thin unleavened bread


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Word History and Origins

Origin of flatbread1

First recorded in 1875–80; perhaps originally translation of Norwegian flatbröd
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Example Sentences

Atlas Eats gets well-deserved credit for its homemade baked goods, including flatbreads, cookies, tarts, pizzas, and macarons.

From Eater

In addition to tasty cocktails—try the maple old-fashioned or the spiked elderflower lemonade—the distillery also has pub fare perfect for the end of a big ski day, like truffle fries and flatbreads loaded with Cabot cheddar and fried onions.

Every day, the kitchen produces hundreds of these flatbreads, which are composed of relatively inexpensive flour, olive oil, and yeast.

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I love it as a meal in itself, scooped up with some grilled flatbread, but it is also will make a natural partner to chicken or lamb kebabs.

We also got an array of dips and flatbreads, which arrived in splendor on tiered Lazy Susan towers.

Acadians use ployes as common flatbread, serving stacks of them alongside supper as well as at breakfast.

He laid down three different types of lamb kabob, two plates of kibbeh, flatbread, and salads.

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