Khubz is a Arabic flat bread with numerous spellings and pronunciations. Seriously I have seen it being spelled wit a “a” with a “u” and also with double “oo”. Anyway for me it is one of the best pita breads. It is a staple with Arabic countries . They cook it in a tandoor and eat it with most of their meals. I made these for Iraqi Breakfast for Buffet on Table .

 

The bread is normally made with all purpose flour, but one can always make with multi grain or whole wheat flour. I made it with whole wheat flour and the result was amazing. They puffed very well and had beautiful pockets. Needless to say they were super soft , melt in the mouth kinds. I served it with Bigilla, a delicious dip.
 
Khubz

Makes : 10
Recipe Source : Priya Srinivasan

Ingredients

3 cups wheat flour
11/2 tsp instant yeast
1 tsp sugar/ honey
Warm water for kneading
2 tbsp olive oil
2 tsp salt
 

Method

Take flour, sugar , yeast, sugar and salt in a wide bowl.
Add warm water and oil , little by little and knead the dough.
Place the dough on the kitchen counter, knead the dough by dusting some dry flour.
Knead this dough for 8-10 minutes.
Oil the dough and place it in a bowl.
Cover and let rest till double.
Mine took about 2 hours to rise.
Once the dough is double, take it back to the kitchen counter, and punch it down,
Knead again till a smooth ball is formed.
Divide this into ten portions.
Take one portion, cover the rest with a kitchen towel.
Roll out this ball into a 6 ” dia roti.
Heat a griddle or nonstick tava .
Place the bread, it will start cooking and puffing.
Flip and cook the other side.
I also cooked it on an open fire, for it to puff .
Keep the puffed pita in a kitchen towel.
I made a few of these for pics but made hot ones while serving the dinner. I know this was Iraqi breakfast , but I served it for dinner, as this is the only meal when everyone is around . My son loved them and has declared a law..No more Pita bread from outside !
 
Thanks Priya Srinivasan for landing me into trouble! LOL .
 
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10 thoughts on “Whole Wheat Khubz, Arabic Flat Bread”

  1. hahaha…I am not sure how your son has not passed the law for so many other things..you make everything so well!..this is on my list still..though wondering to select btw the two I have..

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