This Labor Day weekend is summer’s last hurrah for those of us in Minnesota (more on that in a minute). I’m just back from a fantastic camping trip, and as always, we did our flatbread in a cast-iron or other heavy skillet, right on the camping stove (I’ve always used the Coleman). You can use any lean dough, either from The New Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day, or from The New Healthy Bread in Five Minutes a Day. Your skillet must have a cover, but that’s about all the equipment you’ll need. This is pretty similar to the naan we do in Artisan Bread, and at this link here on the website.
We Minnesotans pride ourselves on taking winter in stride. The other thing we seem to have pride in is the shape of our state– it seems to work its way into road signs and even macaroni and cheese pasta shapes. So with great delight, I reveal to you: grilled bread in THE SHAPE OF MINNESOTA:
OK, it was an accident. My wife claims that this does not really resemble the state:
Well, use a little poetic license, especially for the Arrowhead region? Other posts on grilled or summer breads are at: Read More