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Postby carleyjt » Sun Feb 19, 2006 8:12 pm

I found this while shopping and i know a lot of others have been using it for a while i just wanted some ideas of what it can be used for.

I spread a little tomato sauce and a sprinkle of cheese and baked it until crispy and it was soo good.

I also remember someone made lasagne out of it. How long did you bake it for?

Thanx in advance :D
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Postby Angel » Mon Feb 20, 2006 4:31 pm

Thanks Carley, I'd forgotten about it, so many uses. . .

What a coincidence, today's Ready Steady Cook had 2 recipes for mountain bread. One was for a frittata, the other pinwheels. Just go to and click on Monday and look to your right.

These are the ideas I've heard, haven't tried all yet,
* a healthy base for pizza;
* bake it & use it instead of chips/biscuits for dips or just a healthy snack - I think you tear it in bits, spray with cooking oil, sprinkle with herbs and bake it in oven, not sure for how long, sorry; and
* roll- ups so instead of bread.

I think the pack usually has some ideas. if memory serves me correctly. There may even be a website listed???

Never heard of making lasagna with it - would love the recipe for that one.

Thanks for the reminder,
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Postby Butterfly_Dawn » Mon Feb 20, 2006 7:26 pm

I use it for chips (spray with oil or water, sprinkle on a falvouring and bake in oven till crispy). I've also used it as a wrap thing for a homemake souvlaki type thing (meat or somthing and salad rolled up in it)
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