We made a smoky, spicy, chilli bean type thing for tea the other day and added an avocado as a slimy treat, but had nothing to go with it, so Dan made some wraps. I'd seen a recipe that was just flour, oil, water and salt but Dan decided to leave the oil out, so that probably just makes them a flatbread rather than anything proper.
I think he used 250g plain flour, 5g salt, enough water to make a dough maybe 300ml, a quick mix and short knead and then he rubbed the dough with a little oil to stop it sticking to the bowl while it rested for 30 minutes. Then it was just a matter rolling it out and cooking in a hot, dry pan. The recipe comes via River Cottage.
They were great! Why have I been buying wraps like a sucker all this time?
I can see why other recipes add the extra oil, but I was more than happy to have this simple version, they'd be great with curry or all manner of other fillings too. Dan's going to try corn tortillas next time so we'll see how that goes.