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Anasazi Flat Bread

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MyCookbook Member: bspanther
Recipe Category: Bread
Recipe Preparation Level: easy

    1 1/2 ts Granulated sugar
    1 1/2 ts Dry yeast
    6 oz Water, (by volume measure,
    Heated to 105 'F.)
    10 oz All-purpose flour, (by
    Weighted measure, or 2 cups,
    Heaping
    1 t Olive oil
    1/2 ts Kosher salt
    1/2 ts Dried chilies, chopped (or
    Pepper flakes)
    1/2 ts Sage, chopped -- fresh or dry
    Rubbed

    Combine sugar, yeast, and heated water in a small mixing bowl and
    stir with whisk to dissolve yeast. Incorporate flour, a few ounces
    at a time, all the while mixing until almost all the flour is used.
    (Reserve some flour for dusting of table.)

    Stir again to make a dough. Now turn oven to "Bake", then turn dial
    to 150 ' F. Now sprinkle table with some flour.

    With a spatula, remove dough from bowl and place onto floured board.
    Knead dough until smooth, then spray medium-sized bowl with non-stick
    food spray. Place dough in bowl and cover with pplastic wrap. Place
    in the oven and let rise until double in volume, approximately 20
    minutes. When doubled, punch down in bowl, then spray baking or
    cookie tray with non-stick spray. Take dough out of bowl and flatten
    with hands on the greased baking/cookie tray. The height of the
    dough should not be more than 1/2" in thickness.

    Brush with olive oil using ppastry brush. Let proof again until
    doubled (about 15 minutes). Remove from the proofing oven. Now turn
    oven up to 425'F. Sprinkle sage and chilies over all. Spprinkle
    salt last. Bake until lightly browned (about 20 minutes). Cut into
    triangular shape. Serve warm.

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