Grilled Svaneti Bread

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Making flatbread can be intimidating, but don’t let that hold you back! This recipe shows that it can be easy, quick, and absolutely delectable. This grilled bread is rustic and fun to tear apart. We used whole wheat flour to give it a fantastic chew and nutty flavor. Don’t fret over getting things uniform because the fun shapes are encouraged when rolling it thin. Instant yeast does its magic quickly and makes this bread recipe forgiving. Now, get your grill HOT! The bread grills up in less than a minute with beautiful charred bubbles and gorgeous grill lines. After grilling, give it a liberal drizzle of olive oil and a sprinkling of our Svaneti seasoned Salt. This salt has the pow of caraway, fenugreek, garlic, and coriander. Pair this bread with a yogurt dipping sauce or with grilled vegetables and it’ll bring your meal together.

Serve with a dip or spread of your choice. Tzatziki Sauce with Dill Pollen and Aleppo Pepper Muhammara are two excellent choices to enjoy your grilled svaneti bread with!

Check out the Global Grill: Seasoning Salts set which includes the fantastic Svaneti Seasoned Salt, Voodoo blend, and Provencal Salt. Three versatile seasonings that we adore on just about everything!

Get the Spice (Svaneti Seasoned Salt)


  1. Fluffy says:

    How many pieces do I divide this into? Recipe does not say

    • Jamie says:

      Feel free to divide the dough up as you please. I’ve made small pieces about the size of a coaster or as large as half a sheet trey. My decision is mostly based on how much time I have. I suggest making the pieces in a size that is easy for you to handle while grilling. If you opt for a larger flat bread, tear them apart once grilled for sharing.

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