Balep Korkun is a type of flatbread from central Tibet, and is a wonderfully simple but extremely delicious recipe! The long slow fermentation and the fact that it is made with 100% whole wheat makes this a staple addition to any meal that you would eat with flatbreads, and the addition of anise makes the flatbreads beautifully fragrant. You can substitute the anise seeds with fennel or sesame seeds, for a change in flavour.
These flatbreads are flat and chewy and best eaten straight away, while still warm, and are a great accompaniment to a curry.
There is also good evidence that aniseed can have a positive influence on both IBS symptoms and mood.
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