Grilled Flatbread with Rye & Fresh Herbs

The Recipe: Homemade Grilled Flatbread made with rye flour and fresh herbs. Great flavor, great texture! Easy to make, especially with step-by-step photo instructions . A warm welcome to readers of my restaurant-recipe column in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. This week, the featured recipe is for Butternut Squash Flatbread from the restaurant at Chaumette Vineyards & Winery about 75 miles south of St. Louis in beautiful, rolling-hill Missouri wine country. Chaumette's flatbreads are topped with butternut squash roasted with thyme and rosemary, caramelized onion and two cheeses, just gorgeous (links to story and recipe below). Now please know, this is NOT Chaumette's flatbread recipe, it's one I've developed myself. For readers ready to make flatbread at home, I'm happy to recommend it. It's even a special sort of recipe that I call "Kitchen Lesson" because it explains the in's and out's of a recipe for new or less-experienced cooks

How to Make Grilled Flatbread from Scratch
Step-by-Step Photo Instructions

Grilled Flatbread, it's easy to make at home, just a few pantry ingredients, a little time and there you go, a stack of grilled flatbreads ready for your creative topping! Here's how to make Grilled Flatbread, all in easy-to-follow step-by-step photo instructions. You'll be grillin' in no time! Looking for the recipe itself? It's Grilled Flatbead , written in the usual recipe format. The flatbread has great texture and is full of flavor, thanks to rye flour, fresh herbs and an overnight in the refrigerator to let the dough hibernate. But for visual learners, just scroll on down for the step-by-step photos plus insight into the ingredients, tools and techniques used to make flatbread. How to Make Grilled Flatbread Step-by-Step Photos & Instructions BRING THE DOUGH TO ROOM TEMPERATURE This can take several hours and lets the yeast activate to let the dough rise. Do know – the dough rises only a bit, there's none of this "doub