Recipe from popular YouTuber, Stacy, from Off Grid With Doug and Stacy
- 1 cup sweet potato, boiled & peeled
- 1 cup flour (sprouted wheat or other)
- 1/2 tsp salt
- 2-3 Tbsp coconut oil (or other oil for frying)
Peel and mash the sweet potato. Mix in the salt and flour until the dough is not sticky. Add more flour as necessary.
Shape the dough into a log, and cut it into pieces depending on how big you want your flatbreads to be. (5-6 large pieces, 8-10 small)
Make them into balls then roll them out on a floured board.
Heat up a heavy bottomed pan to medium heat, add oil.
Put the rolled out dough into the pan, one at a time, and let cook a couple of minutes (2-3 minutes) on each side until it starts puffing up and browning.
Breads can keep for several days.
Substitute pumpkin, acorn, or other squash for the sweet potatoes.
Ancient grains like spelt, kamut, eincorn are better for your health than white flour, but use what you have on hand, or what is best for you. Stacy talks about sprouting your own wheat berries, drying and then grinding which she feels is the best.
I love the coconut oil with these, which adds a lot of flavor. She also suggests avocado oil, which I have never used with these, but again, use what you would normally use. Keep in mind, these are not deep fried. There is only enough oil to coat the pan so they don’t stick while cooking.
I have never had to worry about storing these. We usually eat them during the meal for which we make them. I roll the dough to fit my fry pan, so we usually yield about 8 flatbreads per recipe.
I hope you enjoy this recipe and Doug and Stacy’s lifestyle. They are so cool and I have learned so much from them.
You can check out her full video here: https://youtu.be/WP4-TxVvlKc?t=76
And you can also find them on Facebook and Instagram. Check out their website here: Off Grid With Doug and Stacy.com