If we put it in a soup sea, would it float? – JD, 4
We were sent some Warburtons Square-ish Wraps to review this week. They’re basically flatbreads, but they’re large, rectangular and they fold well without splitting.
That last attribute – coupled with the note on the pack that they crisp up when cooked – led us to first experiment making speedy pizzas and then invent the flatbread boat, which is perfect for serving up leftovers or cunningly disguised vegetables.
Here’s how we did it:
1. Fold the bread in half along its shorter width
2. On the folded edge, make two small triangles by folding in the corners at 45 degrees
3. Fold up each open edge over the triangle corners
4. Open out your creation into a hat shape and pin the corners with cocktail sticks
5. Line with parchment and fill with a few baking beans so that the bottom flattens
6. Cook at Gas Mark 7 for 5 minutes
7. Allow to cool, remove cocktail sticks and serve with chilli, salad, or whatever goes with flatbread!
If you have more time, you could add a little flatbread sail or even a flag.
Let me know if you try it.
Disclosure: Two packs of six Warburtons Squarish wraps were provided to us for review.