Flatbreads in George Foreman Grilling machine
My wife and I have been making many different kinds of flatbread of the past month or so - some thick, some thin, some baked in the oven, some on a griddle , some over an open flame and some in a George Foreman grilling machine
However, the more we do it in the grilling machine, the more we seem to prefer cooking it that way. A basic Pizza dough - rolled out to about 1/2 inch thick makes a very nice Foccacia-like bread which can be used as the basis for a sandwich (cut it in half lengthwise and put whatever filling you like inside, then put it back into the grilling machine to get a nice hot and crispy crust) . Roll it out flatter/thinner to 1/8 inch and it comes out puffy like a Pita bread. Easy to separate into two halves because of the internal pocket - but totally different in texture to the previous.
Try it - you'll like it!!