While we are really excited to introduce you to our new friend, we are also a little nervous too. Our fear is that our five loyal readers are going to run straight over to our local Walmart, and then we will never be able to find Lavash bread again. Because that's how our shit-bag Walmart operates.
|Look at the line already forming for Lavash|
So, what's so special about Lavash bread? Well . . . . you know that Elizabeth and I fully admit and take responsibility for being carb-o-holics. However, thanks to Lavash we no longer need to seek treatment.
A generous serving of Lavash (1/2 of a piece of flatbread) includes only 7g of carbohydrates of which 3g are dietary fiber.
But, most importantly . . . drum roll please . . . a serving of Lavash contains 0 grams of sugar, which means that we don't even have to go through the pain of determining fructos-i-city according to "the rules" that we use.
So how can we use lavash? Let us count the ways.
It is soft and roll-able, which makes it perfect for a wrap:
The Daily Dish would have you roll it around some beans and rice and make a burrito.
Baked in the oven, it crisps up, and becomes a perfect hummus delivery mechanism:
And . . . hold the phone . . . because it also makes a great pizza crust.
I made a pizza using Lavash just last week. So, here's how to do it Crazy-as-a-Mother style.
Chicken and Veggie Pizza on Lavash
Jenni and Elizabeth