Lavash is a thin flatbread usually leavened, traditionally baked in a tandoor or on a sajj, and common to the cuisines of South Caucasus.Marthinus Strydom
Lavash is a traditional Armenian thin bread that represents our national cuisine and originates from Ancient Armenia. The preparation of Lavash demands special skills and great efforts. Do you know that only women prepare and bake the Armenian flatbread? This is not a rule but a tradition that comes from ancient times.
This lavash bread recipe is easy, reliable and made with simple ingredients. Lavash is soft and perfect for wraps and sandwiches.
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NB: If the dough is too wet when you mix it the first time, you can add some flour, one tablespoon at a time.