Make use of Yarg’s low melting point with this cheesy sharing bread


Yarg stuffed Flatbread

strong, white bread flour 500g
salt 10g
instant yeast 10g
unsalted butter 30g
water about 300mls

Put the flour in a large, warm mixing bowl and add the salt and the dried yeast. Add the butter and most of the water, then mix with your hands to bring the mixture together. Gradually add the remaining water until all the flour is mixed in.

Put the dough on a lightly floured board and knead for 5-10 minutes. When the dough feels smooth and silky, place it back in the mixing bowl, cover it with a warm tea towel and leave it in a warm place to rise for at least an hour until the dough has doubled in size. Tip the dough on to a floured surface, fold repeatedly until all the air is knocked out of it, then tear it into 12 equal pieces. Roll each piece into a ball.

Make an indentation into each ball, and push in some crumbled Yarg. Caramelised onions and semi dried tomatoes work well here too.

Put a ball of the stuffed dough on a well- floured work surface and flatten with a rolling pin into a disc or oval about 16cm in diameter. Place on a baking sheet and continue with the others.

Put the baking sheet of flatbreads in a warm place for 10-15 minutes. Warm a heavy-based frying pan over a moderate heat. Rub lightly with a little olive oil, place two or three flatbreads into the pan and cook for 3-4 minutes. Once they have darkened here and there, turn them over and cook the other side. A little blistering is good. Remove and eat immediately.

(With thanks to Nigel Slater, Paul Hollywood and the extended Lynher Dairies family – in other words, everyone had something to say!)

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