Rye-tortilla with veggies and a foggy day
We got the craziest fog the other day and we watched it crawl into the fjord. In fifteen minutes we went from sunny clear sky to a total fog so I couldn´t see the house next a cross the road.
I had spent the day outside baking rye bread as I often do since It can get rather smokey if I do it inside. Then I made few tortillas for lunch using the Icelandic flat bread recipe. If you like the taste of rye this you must try.
Rye tortillas with veggies
- 200 g rye flour
- 100 g whole wheat flour
- 1/2 tsp baking powder
- 1/2 tsp salt
- 2 1/2 -3 dl boiling water
- All purpose flour when rolling it out.
Blend all ingredients together, pouring the water in little at a time. It´s like making any bread dough, or like tortillas. Roll it out in thin tortillas and bake on a hot pan, about 1 minute each side.
I use white flour for dusting, while rolling out the dough. I do the same as if it was Roti or any other flat bred, make golf ball sizes balls and roll them out, bake on a hot pan, each side for 1 minute or so.
- 2-3 tablespoons Sweet chili sauce
- 1 cup Mayo
Mix well in a bowl.
The Yogurt sauce
- Ab milk or greek yogurt
- Red onion
- Fresh oregano or good quality dried one
Dice the red onion and the cucumber. Mix everything well together in a
The Veggie Salad
- Red bell pepper
- Yellow bell pepper
- Spring onion
- Garden greens
Dice the peppers and the onion, scred the carrot. Mix.
Serve little of everything on a flatbread. I had some melted cheese as
I put shredded cheese on the hot flatbread so it mmmmmmmmmmmmelted.
Here you find the Icelandic flat bread recipe
First we had a beautiful sunset and a little cloud sneaking in…
Then I placed my camera on a tripod and took a photo with the timer every minute for about 20 minutes
This is what happened…
The first photo was taken at 22:42 and the last one at 23.01 in the evening.