I was trying to get creative with what I had leftover in the fridge for lunch. I realized that green guacamole and red salsa make for a festive lunch.
I shall call this guacamole flat-bread! And yes, I realize it is pretty messy looking.
I bought these Flatout breads just because I thought they looked interesting, and I think I have had them before. I bought the multi-grain with flax. A lot of the other varieties have a not so stellar ingredient list.
INGREDIENTS: WATER, WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR, OAT FIBER, WHEAT GLUTEN, GRAIN BLEND (CUT WHEAT, WHEAT BRAN, CUT RYE, CORN MEAL, BARLEY GRITS, BULGAR WHEAT, STEEL CUT OATS, OAT FLAKES, YELLOW CORN GRITS, BARLEY FLAKES, RYE CHOPS, HULLED MILLET, WHEAT FLAKES), FLAX SEED MEAL, SOYBEAN OIL, contains less than 2% of each of the following: MALTITOL, SUGAR, MOLASSES, WHEAT PROTEIN ISOLATE, SODIUM ACID PYROPHOSPHATE, BAKING SODA, FUMARIC ACID, PRESERVATIVES (POTASSIUM SORBATE, SODIUM PROPIONATE, SORBIC ACID), WHEAT FLOUR, YEAST, CELLULOSE GUM, GUAR GUM, CALCIUM SULFATE, XANTHAN GUM, SALT, L-CYSTEINE, CALCIUM PEROXIDE, ENZYMES.
My head hurts just from looking at all those words. I think I will stick to my sprouted bread after this.
Anyway, all you have to do to make this flat-bread is to spread some guacamole on the bread, then add a little shaved cheese, and top with a few teaspoons of salsa. Then, bake for about 5 minutes, and you are done. I would serve this with a side vegetable to make it more balanced and healthy. Or, you could add peppers and onions to the flatbread (ex: red and green peppers).