Have you heard about Farinata? It has the origins in Italy, its so delicious and super-easy to prepare. We simply love it and we prepare it at home very often. Its healthy, nutrient, great for dinner and matches perfectly with some fresh veggies or salad. I have already showed before how to prepare basic farinata and also the one with onions. Today, I will share the recipe for this amazing gluten-free and vegan Tomato Flatbread Farinata.
This farinata is made only from 5 ingredients, the main one is a chickpea flour. It’s so easy to make, really. You just combine all ingredients together and set aside for some time. Then you pour it in a baking pan and bake it. As its made from chickpea flour, it’s very nutrient and protein-rich. Crunchy from outside but soft inside.
This Farinata is:
- Simple & delicious
- Nutrient & Healthy
- Satisfying and satiating
- Great for dinner or as a snack for guests
I love preparing this farinata for dinners or for a snack. It doesn’t take much time. And during some busy days, it’s easy to bring it for a lunch to the office too. Its light, gives you energy and satiate you enough too.
If you don’t have tomatoes at home, don’t worry! This farinata goes well with any other vegetables. Onions, zucchini, spinach, eggplant or anything else. I would be very happy if you let me know what did you make your farinata with, I am very curious to see your creations 🙂
Recipe for this gluten-free & vegan Flatbread Farinata
This recipe is gluten-free, vegan, plant-based.
I use a round pan of 32 cm diameter. If you don't have such, please, use some pan which is large enough, as farinata should be high from 0,7 mm to 1 cm.
This recipe is gluten-free, vegan, plant-based. I use a round pan of 32 cm diameter. If you don't have such, please, use some pan which is large enough, as farinata should be high from 0,7 mm to 1 cm.
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