I made this on a whim for lunch earlier this week and got some incredible feedback via Instagram, Facebook, etc. so I figured I would type it up neatly and let it live here on the blog for you to enjoy in the future! I had a kabocha squash begging to be used up so I created the most delicious paleo flatbread with it.
1/2 of a kabocha or other winter squash - de-seeded and sliced into about 8-10 pieces
1/4 Cup + 2 Tbsp Otto's Cassava Flour
1 pinch Real Salt
1 pinch baking powder (not strict paleo)
fresh sage and herbs
First I sliced and deseeded the squash and roasted it for about 30-40 minutes at 400, until soft.
Next, after slightly cooled, I scooped the flesh away from the skin and put it in a blender with 3 eggs, fresh sage, some Teeny Tiny Spice, Real Salt, and a pinch of baking powder, and blended until smooth to create a thick batter.
After pouring into a bowl, I added 1/4 Cup plus 2 Tbsp Otto's Cassava Flour to the mix, stirring well before spreading the mix flat and semi thin (1/4 inch maybe) onto a silpat baking mat (parchment paper works too!) and baking at 350, flipping, then finished for 5. Next I sliced it and used it for a tasty sandwich. Nom, nom, nom. Tastes a little bit like Thanksgiving ;)
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