At Trader Joe's you get two types of lavash bread, the regular one made with white flour and the other one with whole wheat. I had a few left over lavash bread from making the wrap, so I decided to make lavash chips with an Indian chaat flavor to it. Not only is it super easy to make, but it gets done in 10 to 12 minutes and is the perfect low calorie snack, appetizer anytime. Baked lavash bread can be served with spreads like hummus, baba ghanoush, sour cream dip, tomato chutney or guacamole. But, I liked the idea of using the sweet and spicy chutney on the lavash bread. Apart from using them as crackers, the baked lavash is a great alternative to deep fried papadi. Topped with some boiled potato, garbanzo beans, onions, more chutney and yogurt it would make a perfect base for papadi chaat. So next time you have a big party or like to have a snack watching a football game, this one can come handy
Measuring Cups and Spoons
Lined Baking Tray
Lavash Bread - 3
Sweet Chutney - a few Tbsps ( 2 -3 )
Spicy Chutney - a few Tbsps ( 2-3)
Fresh Crushed Pepper
Chilli Powder - a dash
Chaat Masala - a pinch or two
1. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F.
Mix sweet and spicy chutney and spread it over the lavash bread. Sprinkle the pepper, chilli and chaat power.
2. Cut it lengthwise into strips and cut each strip into half. Place them on a lined ( either aluminum or parchment paper) baking tray.
3. Bake for 6-8 minutes ( depending on the oven type). They must come out crispy. Serve with hummus, sour cream dip or any other kind that you enjoy.