Sprouted Grain-Free Socca

Gluten Free Socca with PureLiving Sprouted Garbanzo Flour

Sprouted Grain Free Socca
Makes 6-8 servings

Originally from France, socca is a unique crepe-like flatbread. Though made from just a few basic ingredients, this simple bread packs a lot of flavor. In fact, its simplicity allows the full richness of our Sprouted Garbanzo Flour to shine through. Best served fresh hot from the oven, top with a slice of your favorite cheese and a wedge of tomato for a light snack or quick, easy appetizer.

Ingredients:

2 C. PureLiving Sprouted Garbanzo Flour

2 C. water, room temperature

3 Tbsp. olive oil

1 tsp. Shiloh Farms Himalayan Pink Salt

3-4 Tbsp. fresh herbs, finely chopped (recommended: oregano & rosemary)

Directions:

1.  In a large mixing bowl, whisk all ingredients to combine; set batter aside and allow to rest 30 minutes

2.  Place a 9″ or 10″ round cast iron pan under the broiler on the highest rack setting; turn broiler on high and preheat for 5 minutes

3.  Carefully remove the pan from the oven and add 1 tsp. oil, swirling it around to coat the bottom of the pan

4.  Add 1/2 C. batter, tilting the pan to allow batter to fill the bottom evenly

5.  Broil for 3-5 minutes, until browned and slightly blackened along the edges; bread should be cooked through in the middle – if this is not the case, lower rack to the next setting (goal is to have the batter just set in the center when the edges are nicely blackened)

6.  Using a flexible spatula, remove socca from the pan and place on a cutting board

7.  Repeat until remainder of batter is used up

8.  When all breads are finished, cut into wedges and serve immediately

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