Last week we featured a blog post on flour tortillas. While we were looking into the history of tortillas we never thought about how interesting it is that unique civilizations throughout the world seemed to have all discovered their own version of a flat bread. In fact, while flat breads are all similar, they also have unique attributes that lend their selves to a specific cuisine.
So, Rudy, the kids and I decided we would make a little game out of it by seeing who could name the most flat-breads and accurately guess where those flat breads are from. The winner gets to choose their favorite Toastilla for dinner. Sound fun? We thought so.
What was interesting about our game is the number and variety of flatbreads. In fact, each of us had several that the others didn’t. And parents, just so you know, your kids are way worldlier than you were at their age. But, you probably already knew that.
Below is our ultimate family night list of world flatbreads. What you do with this list is up to you, but we recommend a little research and having some fun in the kitchen, because this list will cause your tummy to grumble.