On an episode of Jacques Pepin’s More Fast Food My Way he made a quick flatbread on the stove top, inspired by a bread he had at a Tibetan restaurant. If you watch the clip, he says the recipe is simple: 1 1/2 cups of flour, a cup of water, some salt, and “a teaspoon of baking -” and then his daughter interrupts him before he says whether it’s baking soda or baking powder. I assume it’s baking soda, because he compares it to a quick soda bread. Anyway, you mix it all together (his came out much gooier than mine) and then fry it in olive oil for ten minutes on each side. You also add a splash of water to help it steam. The result isn’t anything you’d really mistake for bread, but it is compulsively snackable. Especially after you slather the warm “bread” with butter and sprinkle it with sea salt.