Good recipes for unleavened bread include matzah, lefse and roti and can be found on sites such as Food Network, NY Times or Food.com. These recipes typically use flour, water, milk, salt and oil that are combined and baked in an oven or grilled. Some recipes may include other ingredients such as wheat flour and honey.
One easy matzo recipe contains 3 cups of flour, 1 teaspoon salt, 2 teaspoons of olive oil, 3 eggs and about 1 1/2 cups of either milk or water. The ingredients are combined together and beaten. The batter is then poured onto square pans and baked at 450 F for 20 minutes. A dessert matzah can be made by adding cinnamon, pie filling or sugar before baking.
Lefse is a Norwegian flatbread that uses potato dough. They are sometimes referred to as a Scandinavian tortilla. One lefse recipe uses red-skinned potatoes, evaporated milk, canola oil, kosher salt, all-purpose flour and sugar. The potatoes are cut and boiled until soft. They are mixed with the milk, sugar and salt and cooled. The ingredients are then mixed together and grilled into lefse.
Roti is a type of West Indian bread that uses flour, salt, water, vegetable oil and baking powder that are mixed together and grilled. The roti can be served with curry dihses, such as chicken.